The Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250 is an off-road hog

The Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250 is an off-road hog

Harley-Davidson is taking the brand into the wilderness. The Milwaukee-based motorcycle company has unveiled the production version of its first adventure touring style bike, the Pan America 1250. A far cry from its classic cruisers, the Pan America 1250 was built for on and off-road riding and is powered by the Revolution Max 1250cc engine. The all-new V-twin is rated at 150 hp and 94 lb-ft of torque and serves as a stressed member of the chassis and sends power to the rear wheel through a six-speed transmission and chain. The 534-pound bike has 8.3 inches of ground clearance and is equipped with a Showa suspension that provides 7.5-inches of wheel travel via inverted front forks and a monoshock rear swingarm. The top Pan America 1250 Special adds a semi-active version that adjusts damping through several ride modes for different surfaces and lowers the bike a couple of inches when its parked to make it easier to mount and dismount the saddle. Brembo brakes and custom-designed Michelin Scorcher Adventure tires come standard along with a host of electronic traction and …
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