By MRT Staff
If there is a motorcycle that has aroused buzz and buzz in the world of two wheels in recent years, that is the maxitrail what Harley-Davidson It is practically ready for launch. With the name of Pan America, robust aesthetics and top-of-the-line performance, promises to get tough on BMW R 1250 GS, Ducati Multistrada V4 and rest of the company.
Those from Milwaukee are going through a time of change and uncertainty that have undoubtedly encouraged this foray into a new world for the brand. Will it be a resounding and life-threatening success or failure?
The Harley-Davidson maxitrail promises resounding behavior and unmistakable aesthetics
So far, the Pan America It has been exhibited in several international fairs, in official publications of the house and in spy photos taken from here and there, including a notorious blunder by a certain Italian dealer who announced the pre-reservation period in October, motivating that some photos of what would presumably be the final version.Say hello to the Harley-Davidson Pan America, a trail bike with which Harley-Davidson will take on the BMW R 1250 GSHarley-Davidson faces the immediate future armed not only with its classic range …
As far as we know, the new moto off-road will premiere a 60 degree V-twin engine that I would be able to render 145CV. The photos show an inverted front fork, Brembo radial brakes, rear center monoshock or a steel tube chassis that promises stability and forcefulness.
The generous TFT screen that it sports, as well as the Led optics that it mounts and the segment to which it is directed, induces us to think about a whole a Technological arsenal capable of dueling with the most popular maxitrails.
Harley-Davidson challenges bikes as powerful as the BMW R 1250 GS or the Ducati Multistrada V4. Will it be up to the task?
THE HARLEY-DAVIDSON PAN AMERICA, READY FOR ITS PREMIERE
The official Web The brand has announced the official presentation of its new trail bike February 22, at an event where something else is to be expected, possibly the much-rumored “future high-performance custom model”
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For the moment, we have to settle for the videos that those from Milwaukee have posted on networks showing a aggressive and demanding riding, which promises strong emotions on the back of a maxitrail whose agile handling contradicts the weight that it will possibly have on the scale.