Displayed for the first time publicly at EICMA in Milan, Italy, Harley-Davidson is showcasing two all-new middleweight motorcycles, including the release of information surrounding the latest signature V-Twin engine – the Revolution Max.
The powerful all-new 60-degree V-Twin has been designed for a new range of Harley-Davidson motorcycles in two different guises – 1250cc in the new Harley-Davidson Pan America, and 975cc in the Harley-Davidson® Bronx.
Set to take against the BMW GS bikes, the Pan America 1250 is Harley Davidson’s entry to the adventure bike sector. It is equipped with a new liquid-cooled Euro 5-compliant Revolution Max engine.
The Pan America’s DOHC 60-degree V-twin engine has a balance shaft to cancel unwanted vibrations, and it is capable to produce an output of 145 bhp and 90 lb-ft of torque.
Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250
Meanwhile, the Harley-Davidson Bronx is the brand’s new 975cc naked bike, also equipped with the new Revolution Max engine.
With over 115 bhp and 70 lb-ft of torque, the Harley-Davidson Bronx is said to be as powerful as the Yamaha MT-09 but produces 10 percent more torque.
The suspension of the Bronx is fully-adjustable and has four-piston monoblock Brembo brakes. Harley-Davidson also partnered with Michelin to provide its new motorcycles with bespoke tires.