Harley-Davidson acquired StaCyc and will introduce e-Push bikes to kids.
The bikes will duly be branded as Harley-Davidsons.
There two models for kids of different height.
Damn, wish they had this when I was a kid! Harley-Davidson acquired StaCyc, Inc., a company who specializes in producing EDRIVE push bikes for kids.
Getting your kid on a bike at an early age would most probably inculcate your love for motorcycles in them. Even better, start the love on a Harley-branded bike and have them riding one along with you.
The StaCyc EDRIVE bikes actually came out in 2016. The Motor Company’s acquisition means they will be rebranded as Harleys. There are two models called the 12e and 16e. The 12e has a smaller 12-inch frame, while the latter uses a large 16-inch from for taller kids. The 16e more powerful, as well.
The bikes can function in both electric driven mode and push mode.
Harley’s Senior Vice President of Marketing and Brand, Heather Malenshek, says “We’re thrilled to have StaCyc become part of the Harley-Davidson family. The StaCyc team shares the same vision we have for building the next generation of riders globally and we believe that together, we will have a significant impact in bringing the fun and enjoyment of riding to kids everywhere.”
Malaysian riders can check with Harley-Davidson of Petaling to see if they are bring these cycles in.