Harley-Davidson's adventure-touring and streetfighter motorcycles have finally debuted. Though they are still a ways away from landing on showroom floors, today we get our first glimpse at the real-production versions of the Bronx streetfighter and the Pan America adventure bikes. The two models will be the first to bring Harley-Davidson into both the streetfighter and adventure segments, and will be the first to house H-D's all-new Revolution Max engine.
The Harley-Davidson Pan America will be the first adventure-touring motorcycle from The Motor Company, and one of the first bikes to come equipped with its new Revolution Max engine. With a performance goal of over 145-horsepower and over 90 pound-feet of torque, the 1,250cc liquid-cooled 60-degree V-twin will have the highest horsepower of any bike in H-D’s current lineup. The engine will be a load-bearing component in the chassis, and feature dual downdraft throttle bodies to maximize performance.
Running a smaller 975cc Revolution Max motor, the Bronx streetfighter model has performance goals of more than 115-horsepower and over 70 pound-feet of torque. This naked sportbike will also be bringing H-D to a segment American motorcycling hasn’t seen since Buell, and one that we are very excited to see come back to the US.
Partnerships with Brembo brakes and Michelin tires have also been announced, with a new radial monoblock 4-piston caliper designed just for this bike, and unique co-branded tires as well.
Though the bikes are model year 2021, Harley-Davidson’s Instagram hints that we will see them in calendar year 2020, so stay tuned for more details as we have them.