The biggest news out of the Harley-Davidson camp at CES is obviously the fact that they finally, finally, debuted the LiveWire Electric Motorcycle that they’ve been talking about for a handful of years. (Spoiler alert: Pre-orders are open. It costs a whopping thirty-thousand dollars.) We’re all for the 3.5 second 0-60 time, 110 mile range and angle-sensitive traction control, but we’re currently much more enthralled with the two other electric concepts being overshadowed by the LiveWire. The two as-of-yet-unnamed concepts focus on completely different riding conditions. For the urban rider, there’s a Super 73 style mini-moped concept with a bench seat, hollow ring light, belt drive and ski-esque footboards. For those of you more interested in the trails than the pavement, there’s also a dirt bike concept with fat tires, a dual suspension frame and more than enough ground clearance for whatever you want to ride over. With no clutch and no shifting, both concepts are also easy to ride and shouldn’t require a motorcycle license to operate… if they ever officially get released.