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LiveWire® Electric


The first Harley-Davidson® of Rochester electric motorcycle. Instant power and acceleration. Delivers a level of exhilaration unlike anything else. Get instantaneous power the moment you twist the throttle. No clutch to release. No gears to run through. All you do is flick your wrist and take off. Then there's the style. From the muscular shape of the motor to its aggressive stance, LiveWire® motorcycle delivers the iconic look you expect from a Harley‑Davidson® motorcycle. Blending in is not an option.


On a recent ride up to NH from NC, I ended up having a dead battery on a Saturday eve. Sunday morning we have coffee and do a google search for "Harley" and are surprised Rochester Harley was within 15 miles, and were not only open on a Sunday, but had Service Dept hours on a Sunday. The service techs had me repaired and out the door in less than an hour. They recognized I was in a bind having a dead/not charging battery, and moved me in as a priority. Could not be more pleased with outcome. My sincere thanks and gratitude for getting Caledonia (my 2011 Road King) back on the road to NC.
Y'all were awesome!


- Van Chilton


Valid at Harley-Davidson® of Rochester only. Offers cannot be combined. Restrictions may apply. See dealer for qualifications, residency restrictions and complete details.

Motorcycles can be hazardous to operate. For your safety: Always avoid paved surfaces; never ride on public roads. Always wear a helmet, eye protection, and protective clothing. Never carry passengers; never engage in stunt riding; never ride under the influence of alcohol or drugs; avoid excessive speed, and be particularly careful on difficult terrain. All riders 16 years of age and younger should always be under adult supervision. Harley-Davidson® of Rochester will not be responsible for damage to any rider, and or motorcycles under any circumstance. It is the sole responsibility of each rider, parent, or supervisor to ensure all safety measures are taken while riding any motorcycles. It is recommended that all motorcycles riders take an approved training course.