While the Harley-Davidson brand has without a doubt a very wealthy and respected heritage in the American motorcycle industry, the automaker nonetheless understands the importance of evolving its craft and offerings. The LiveWire marked the company’s first real venture into the electric motorcycle world, and now, in a similar fashion, Harley-Davidson is launching its first-ever adventure touring bike, dubbed the Pan America.
In usual Harley-Davidson fashion, the Pan America is equipped with plenty of power, utilizing the brand’s newest V-twin liquid-cooled Revolution Max 1,250 cc engine, pushing out a whopping 140 horsepower and upward of 90 pound-feet of torque. Power aside, however, to maximize its off-road performance, the American motorcycle maker has teamed up with both Brembo and Michelin to develop the Pan America’s braking system and tires, ensuring an optimal experience when you’re off the beaten path.
The Harley-Davidson Pan America adventure touring motorcycle will be released some time late 2020. For now, head over to the brand’s website to learn more.
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