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Pebble Beach 2017: Confederate Motorcycles announces plan to go electric with Santa Cruz company

Confederate Motorcycles makes some of America’s meanest, leanest and loudest V-twin street machines. But now they’re going electric, abandoning the internal combustion engine for a battery-electric powertrain, in partnership with California’s Zero Motorcycles. The company in Birmingham, Ala., will...
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