Test Ride 2021 Harley-Davidson® Pan America™ 1250 in Rochester NH
For more than a century, Harley-Davidson® has progressively engineered powerful models that riders have enthusiastically enjoyed. In 2021, the Pan America™ 1250 takes the Harley-Davidson® line to a new level. This all-new model is touted as an Adventuring Touring model, so it is designed to live up to your on-road and off-road expectations. It has contemporary styling that balances some of Harley-Davidson®’s most iconic elements with a truly individualized design. With optimized performance capabilities that are tailored to suit the rider and with numerous other innovations, you should test ride the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Pan America™ 1250 to experience the full thrill of the brand’s next generation.
About the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Pan America™ 1250
From your first glimpse at the 2021 Pan America™ 1250 at the Harley-Davidson® Shop of Rochester, the motorcycle’s branding is clear. However, the entire design is modern and unlike any other model in the Harley-Davidson® line today. For example, in true Harley-Davidson® fashion, the Pan America™ 1250 has a teardrop-shaped gas tank, but the tank has a flat bottom coupled with a solid angle that follows the turning fork’s angle. This contemporary gas tank also boasts large, capitalized initials to further identify the brand. The Pan America™ 1250’s style is also powerfully defined by a flared exhaust finisher that is sharply angled upward. This highlights the floating design of the two-person seat. With chopped fenders, a short turning fork and squared-off elements for the nacelle and the instrumentation panel, the Pan America™ 1250 stands in a league of its own.
The Pan America™ 1250 comes with s five-spoke wheel design with a 19-inch tire in the front and a 17-inch tire in the back. The two color options are Vivid Black and River Rock Grey. The tall windscreen and cropped handlebars add style while also promoting an amazing riding experience. All of the gauges and readouts that you need to remain in confident control of your bike are provided without overloading the design with unnecessary extras. Some of the bike’s features are Bluetooth tech, a 6.8-inch display screen and voice recognition technology. Additional functionality comes from the passenger’s seat, the mid-mount footrests and a full range of options.
When you test ride the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Pan America™ 1250, you can appreciate some of the most exciting advancements in Harley-Davidson® engineering. This model is powered by the all-new Revolution Max 1250 engine that has astounding horsepower and torque capabilities. The Revolution Max 1250 is a liquid-cooled gas engine that produces 150 horsepower. Because the engine is integrated with the chassis, the bike boasts a low center of gravity and minimized weight. The engine is paired with cornering enhanced traction control and a cornering enhanced anti-lock braking system. In addition, the Pan America™ 1250 is the first model in the class to have Adaptive Ride Height. With this feature, the bike’s seat automatically rises when it is in gear, and it lowers when it stops moving. It also takes into account the rider’s weight when it optimizes the suspension system’s functionality. The five driving modes are Off-Road, Off-Road Plus, Rain, Road and Sport. You can easily toggle through these modes to create the ideal riding experience.
From its capabilities to its design, the Pan America™ 1250 for 2021 stays true to the craftmanship and engineering that Harley-Davidson® is known for. At the same time, it breaks rank to take the rider’s experience to an exciting, new level. Do you want to be one of the first people to test ride the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Pan America™ 1250? Whether you are ready to upgrade to your next motorcycle or you are excited about buying your first-ever Harley-Davidson®, the Pan America™ 1250 is the all-new model that you need to experience first-hand. To inquire about the Pan America™ 1250’s availability and to schedule your Rochester test ride, contact the Harley-Davidson® Shop of Rochester today.