MILWAUKEE — Harley-Davidson has restarted production of the LiveWire motorcycle following the discovery of a "non-standard condition" in the bikes.
On Oct. 14, Harley-Davidson announced they were temporarily stopping production of its LiveWire motorcycles due to a "non-standard condition" found in the bikes. However, on Monday they announced the restart in production.
"Temporarily stopping LiveWire production allowed us to confirm that the non-standard condition identified on one motorcycle was a singular occurrence," says Harley-Davidson in a statement.
Harley-Davidson said customers may continue riding their LiveWire motorcycles and charge their bikes through all methods.