Pan America 975 ? Bronx Roadster ? Baby Harley ?
Presentation Of The New Vintage For The 120th Anniversary From January 18
It’s been several months since Harley-Davidson has given us any news about its productions, a situation that may seem surprising considering the dynamics of the Motor Company in recent years. But this year, the Milwaukee-based manufacturer will celebrate its 120th anniversary. I might as well say it right away, there are some surprises in store.
After entering the electric motorcycle segment with the LiveWire, entering the trail segment with the 1250 Pan America and renewing its Sportster range with the Sportster S 1250 and Nightster 975, what could the American brand have in store?
Over the past year, several rumors have come up regularly, all of them about variations of the twin-cylinder Revolution Max 975. The first and most plausible one would be a new Pan America with a smaller displacement.
But the brand also reminded us of its roadster project that had been put on the back burner by reintroducing the Bronx name. Finally, there is still the question of this small-displacement motorcycle produced in China and whose launch is slow in coming.
In any case, we’ll soon know the future of the Harley-Davidson range, as the American manufacturer has just announced the first stage of its 120th anniversary program on January 18, which includes the launch of several models and developments.