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according to the manual, top it up to 70% (keep it between 30-70%) and you should be good.
Check on it remotely to see if it's getting close to 30%... but to be honest, it takes a LONG time to trickle/drain.

It's MUCH simpler to "store" this bike, for sure!

You can also find all this info in the owners manual on page 128 and 129.
Hope that helps

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I agree, mine has been stored since November 26th, 2020. Put it away at 68%, I check my app every few days still at 68%. As already mentioned by others, manual says between 30% and 70% for storage. If it drops, charge it back between these. This is for if you aren’t using for over a month. In the summer time, leaving It plugged in should be fine as far as I have read.
 

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according to the manual, top it up to 70% (keep it between 30-70%) and you should be good.
Check on it remotely to see if it's getting close to 30%... but to be honest, it takes a LONG time to trickle/drain.

It's MUCH simpler to "store" this bike, for sure!

You can also find all this info in the owners manual on page 128 and 129.
Hope that helps

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Thanks. Just got the bike and manual today!
 

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Anybody know how long Livewire battery keeps charge if bike is stored? Better to keep it plugged in or not if storing for a month? Any risk of overcharging?
I live in Michigan and I have not plugged my LiveWire up since mid November and it is at 97%. I keep it in my non heated garage. I do check it everyday just to see if it's holding it's charge. I know it's a over kill, but what can you say, it's new, and very little is known about the LiveWire.
 

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So, not on a heated garage ?
At what temperature ?

I'm in Quebec, and température can go above -30° C, easily.

I mean, I've got an hybrid, Prius, and at -40°, everything is ok.

So I'm hopping just checking the battery is enough?
 

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So, not on a heated garage ?
mine is not heated either, but attached to my house.
I feel like my garage can get to 50° F or less (10° C) pretty easily and I've not had any issues.
I am pretty confident though it's never gotten as low as -30° C (-22° F) inside the walls of my garage, I wouldn't want to sleep in it.
 
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