Harley-Davidson is radically changing its lineup the likes of which haven't been seen in decades — or maybe even in the company's 116-year history. The Pan America is the first adventure bike from Milwaukee and is a serious effort that ticks all the boxes for anyone looking to get off the pavement. Harley's new liquid-cooled Revolution Max 1250cc v-twin powers the Pan America, making some impressive numbers at 145 horsepower and 90 ft-lb of torque. The engine also serves as a stressed chassis member and is internally counterbalanced to dampen vibration. In another break from longstanding tradition, the Pan America uses a chain drive instead of a belt. The TFT dash has a bevy of options for riding aids and controlling the semi-active suspension, and Brembo calipers clamp dual front and single rear discs. Expect a range of hard bags and other accessories to be available when the Pan America hits dealers in late 2020.