More details have arrived on Harley-Davidson’s 2020 Bronx and Pan America models, with the year shaping up to be a good one as the brand introduces the Revolution Max engine that will grace them in two versions.
There’s a 975cc version on the Bronx and Harley are promising 115 horsepower and 70 ft-lbs of torque, PLUS, so they are really working on the performance aspect of these bikes.
The Pan America, which everyone will be calling the Pan Am in no time, features 1250cc version slated to deliver 145 horsepower and 90 ft-lbs of torque, again with a big plus on the end. It looks like we can expect ride-by-wire with cruise control on the switchblocks shown, with other electronics likely too, although we’ll have to wait and see.
Brakes are by Brembo, specially designed for Harley and are a bit meaner looking than the regular offerings, but ensure there’ll be top spec stoppers on these bikes.
Suspension also looks to be on the higher specification side of things, with USD forks, monoshocks, and possibly electronically assisted suspension on the Can Am.
We’re still waiting for full details, but the 2020 Harley-Davidson Bronx and Pan America are looking good, with weight and pricing to be a point of interest as we learn more!