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Arctic Air To Chill Out South Florida

CBS Miami

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s about to feel a lot like winter in South Florida.

Tuesday started quite mild with temperatures in the low to mid 70s. Some passing showers are possible Tuesday as a potent cold front sweeps through. When the Arctic air pushing down across the east coast makes it way to South Florida, temperatures will tumble to the upper 60s likely by Tuesday afternoon and into the evening.

Winds will increase out of the north from 15 to 20 miles per hour, with some gusts as high as 30 miles per hour. Due to the strong winds, there are hazardous boating and swimming conditions. There’s a small craft advisory and high risk of rip currents warning in place.

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Tuesday night, lows fall to the low 60s near the coast and upper 50s inland. With the wind chill, it may even feel like…

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Tech Tip: Avoid Certain Death!

Wild Fire Harley-Davidson

Let’s face it. We live in the Midwest. It gets cold here in the winter. The cold , the ice and the snow pretty much means we will not be riding. There is also that salt issue that will eat any exposed aluminum. Nobody wants to do that much polishing!

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We will be putting our bikes up for winter storage . The best way to do this is to have someone else take care of it. The bike will be somewhere warm and away from the salt you will drag into your garage. They can also maintain your battery.

The battery is one of the most overlooked parts of your bike. It does it’s job and we don’t think about it until it quits working. There are ways to keep that battery working for a longer period of time.
Inactivity kills batteries. Sitting for long periods of time will cause…

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Project LiveWire: Test ride on Harley-Davidson’s first electric motorcycle

WPMT FOX43

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Harley-Davidson is known for its iconic beefy rumbling motorcycles.  Now, a “whir” replaces the rumble on some of the motor company’s newest bikes.
“Project LiveWire” is Harley-Davidson’s electric motorcycle.  The company has hand-built fifteen electric bikes to take around the country for test rides.  Most recently the fleet was in Annapolis Maryland where a select few got a chance to take one of the electric bikes for a spin.
Rich Oben, who’s been a Harley rider for thirty years, was one of those who eagerly anticipated the test-ride opportunity.  “It’s exciting new technology.  We never really thought we’d have an electric motorcycle from Harley.  I wanted to see what the acceleration was like and all that.”
“LiveWire” goes from zero to sixty miles per hour in less than four seconds.  The first generation motorcycles have a range of fifty miles on three and a half hours of…

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