Today's emission standards call motorcycles to be upgraded with the times, or cut from the roads altogether- and that includes the Big Four.
Got this from an ST forum I Frequent.
Just what we need, go on a cross country trip until the batteries run down then stop for the night so the batteries can recharge. Instead of just gassing up and getting back on the road in a few minutes. Of course an electric Goldwing would probably cost over $100,000.The GoldWing is one of the best candidates for electric. What other bike could have hundreds of pounds of batteries without a second thought?
At that rate I'd only get 75 miles pulling the Camper. There's roads around here where there's NOTHING at all but sagebrush for a hundred miles.....Livewire has a range of about 120 miles. Then it takes about 8 hours to recharge, unl;ess you happen upon a proprietary DC charger then it's "45 minutes to 80% charge".
No thank you.