The young motorcycle girl from Colorado is the first of its kind in the U.S.A. The nonprofit motorcycle club says the new model is the most affordable motorcycle to be built in the country and it’s part of a push to make motorcycles more affordable.
The first model will be a 50cc motorcycle priced at $1,500.
The club said it’s also the first to offer the option of a 50,000-mile option.
It plans to launch its model in the next two to three years.
The girls have been working with the club for years to build the first models.
The organization said in a statement on Friday that they will donate the new models to the Harley-Davidson Motor Company for a future motorcycle race.
The women were chosen by a group of riders in Colorado for the project.
The group said it is a partnership with the American Association of Cycle Clubs.
Harley-Davidsons president of business development and global marketing, Jason Wohl, told the Denver Post the company’s goal is to make the motorcycles more accessible to people in the United States and around the world.
“It’s about being the most accessible motorcycle for those who need a motorcycle,” Wohl said.
“It’s also about being able to do that in a way that’s affordable and it is fun.”
The club’s first model, which is called the XR250, will cost $1.2 million.
It has been named one of the Top 10 best-selling motorcycle models of all time by the magazine Motor Trend.