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Harley-Davidson Pan America coming 2020

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Was going to post this. Haha. It’s interrsting Harley has finally decided to get into the adventure market. Overall not sure what to think and feel about the pan America... looks big and heavy. But we’ll see soon.
 

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What's even more remarkable is that the engine looks liquid cooled. Finally, Harley is coming out of the stone age.

Was going to post this. Haha. It’s interrsting Harley has finally decided to get into the adventure market. Overall not sure what to think and feel about the pan America... looks big and heavy. But we’ll see soon.
 
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I'm going to stay with my africa twin. it is everything I ever wanted.:cool:
 

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534 pounds wet and $17.300 for the base model, much better than I was anticipating!

Will have to go ride one in May when the local HD dealer gets one on the floor.

Could it be a great mile mucher?
 
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