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New Harley-Davidson motorcycles to be revealed in January 2021, Pan-America in February

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Milwaukee-based American motorcycle company Harley-Davidson has announced that the brand will be introducing all-new Harley-Davidson motorcycles in a virtual event held on 19th January 2021. The brand has announced that this is a one of a kind event in the brand’s 118-year-old history. The event is called H-D-21 which bring the entire globe togather in a single digital event. During the launch event, Harley-Davidson will not just launch all-new motorcycles but also introduce to the world, new parts and accessories as well as riding gear and apparel. 

At the H-D-21 event, participants will also hear from the company’s leading figures as well as product experts and passionate enthusiasts. The virtual event is the company’s new approach toward product launches. This new approach is both modernised and streamlined. Earlier in the year the brand also announced that the brand will be streamlining its product portfolio and shift its launch window with the new riding season. 

At the H-D-21 aficionados of the adventure class motorcycles will also get a chance to preview the all-new Harley-Davidson Pan America. The brand has further announced that the Harley-Davidson Pan America will be revealed in full on the 22nd February 2021 in a separate virtual event. On the 19th January event, American Actor, Producer and Motorcycle Enthusiast Jason Mamoa will also share his experience with the Pan America motorcycle. Mr Mamoa collaborated with Harley-Davidson that gave him the chance to ride the Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250 before if debut. 

The Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250 is an adventure class motorcycle that has been created to take users’ outdoors and into the unknown. The motorcycle features an upright front end with an imposing rectangular headlamp unit, tall touring style windscreen, an aerodynamic fairing that offers weather protection to the rider, muscular fuel tank, large radiator shrouds, upright handlebars with knuckle guards, mid-set footpegs for out of the saddle riding, ergonomic seats, long-travel suspension, spoked rims and dual-sport tyres. 

The Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250 will be powered by a ‘Harley-Davidson Revolution Max’ liquid-cooled 60-degree V-Twin motor with internal balancing technology and a plethora of electronic features, the full details of which will be revealed on 22nd February 2021.