Harley Davidson Pan America 1250 has a rugged theme meant for off-road riding. It has a backed-up exhaust, black finished wheels, and a tank console. It also has a passenger seat and an adjustable windscreen with a LED taillight and headlamp, which makes it perfect for touring; this is exactly what Harley is going for with its adventure touring theme.
Harley Davidson Pan American 1250 gives off an overall sporty look and bulky exterior, giving a unique touch to the other bikes in the same line. It is meant to be assertive on and off the road.
It has a 21.2-litre fuel tank, and the 19inch and 17-inch front and rear wheels, respectively, are similar.
The seating as well as in a decent height to help the rider have more comfort, and the handlebar helps in gliding smoothly, though it may seem as though it’s overstuffed with many buttons and details.
While some might consider the design perfect, others may not think much of it, mainly because it’s unlike other dirt bikes.
Harley Davidson Pan America 1250 STD comes in 2 colour options:
- Vivid Black
- Gauntlet Gray Metallic
Harley Davidson Pan America 1250 Special comes in 2 colour options:
- Vivid Black w/Cast wheels
- Gauntlet Gray Metallic w/Cast wheels
- Fastback Blue/White Sand w/Cast Wheels
- Vivid Black w/Laced Wheels
- Gauntlet Gray Metallic w/Laced Wheels
- Fastback Blue/White Sand w/Laced Wheels
Harley Davidson Pan America 1250 has two variants:
- Harley Davidson Pan America 1250 STD
- Harley Davidson Pan America 1250 Special
A 1252 cc air-cooled engine that powers the Pan America 1250, the bike can generate a power of 152.2 PS @ 9000 rpm and a torque of 127 Nm @ 6750 rpm.
The motorcycle features a Revolution Max 1250. It has an engaging performance with its expansive performance.
The power between the two variants is similar, and both have a 105 mm bore and 72.3mm stroke. It also features a slip clutch with a wet assist and eight plate gearbox.
Both variants include their alloy steel frame, electronically adjustable Showa forks and the updated TFT screen for a better 6.8-inch display.
Harley Davidson Pan American 1250 also has five rider modes available, which can be changed according to the rider’s preferences.
The Pan America Special has included other features like a skid plate, an adaptive LED headlight, and a dual-tone colour. It also has inserter spokes which is an extreme advantage over cast wheels.
The bikes also feature electronic connectivity with map navigation and Bluetooth connectivity. It has a brush guard that protects the radiators and brake pedals that can be adjusted without using tools.
The bike incorporates a Vehicle loading Control which senses the added weight of the rider and luggage to control the suspension for optimum comfort.
While the Standard Pan America only features two colours and a LED taillight and headlamp. The Special has a centre stand, skid plate in aluminium, wind deflectors and laced wheels, and other optional features.
The seat height has been improved to make it more comfortable for its riders, and the handlebars and the old system have been improved tremendously, giving extremely smooth glides off and on the road.
The standard weighs about 245 kgs, while the Special weighs around 258 kgs.
The Pan America 1250 features Showa front forks, which are electronically adjustable and the Vehicle Loading Control, which changes the suspension according to the weight of the rider and the luggage. They also have a mono-shock suspension, linkage-mounted semi-active compression, and rebound damping.
The Pan America 1250 also has a 6-speed gearbox with an eight-plate system; both bikes have dual front discs of 320 mm and a single disc of 280mm in the rear.