Your adventure is no longer limited to the pavement. The Harley-Davidson Pan-America 1250 has been introduced by Jason Momoa as their first adventure model. Utility meets power as this big V-twin sends 150 horsepower to the ground without being top-heavy. Starting at $17,319, this rugged machine uses the crankcase as a stressed part of the frame.
The Revolution Max V-Twin is all-new and it makes 94 lb-ft of torque thanks to VVT on both cams. With a 13:1 compression ratio, you will make the most of a 30-degree crank angle. It has the same internal balance of a 90-degree engine with the power of a 60-degree block. Perhaps the best feature is standard on the Pan America 1250 Special. When coming to a stop, the suspension lowers to give your feet more stability. Once moving it rises again to give you a better riding position. It’s time to take a trail less traveled, so tell us where you are heading in the comments below. If you want to be more sustainable, the Serial1 E-bikes are selling like hotcakes! Stay with us for all your motorcycle news.
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