Harley-Davidson Limited Edition IRONe12 and IRONe16 electric balance bikes provide a custom ride for riders as young as 3 years old. Limited to 550 units nationwide, the bikes feature custom graphics and are the same Yellow Fuse color as the LiveWire motorcycle.
The electric balance bikes are electric-powered two-wheelers. They’re specifically designed for kids aged 3-7 years old and under 75 lbs. Riding doesn’t get more entry-level than that. The ebikes catalyze the experience of riding for kids. Balance bikes offer an early learning tool for hand-eye coordination. Moreover, children develop skills while having fun on them. And also, this isn’t the MoCo’s first swim in the lightweight bike gene pool.
First you help your child learn to ride in the non-powered mode like they would on a pedal bicycle. As a result, graduating to the powered mode (and the throttle) builds more confidence while kids get better. Moreover, the Limited Edition IRONe12 and IRONe16 electric balance bikes instill a lifetime love for riding from an early age.
“The Limited Edition IRONe12 and IRONe16 are impressively custom and extremely limited,” said Jon Bekefy, H-D’s general manager of brand marketing. “No other Harley-Davidson shares the Yellow Fuse color exclusive to LiveWire, which is the halo of the H-D EV portfolio.”
The Limited Edition IRONe12 (from $699 MSRP) and IRONe16 (from $749 MSRP) and standard Harley-Davidson IRONe12 (from $649 MSRP) and IRONe16 (from $699 MSRP) are available in select Harley-Davidson dealers now.