Harley's Sportster S takes inspiration from its legendary namesake and goes in a new direction
It's powered by a retuned version of the Pan America's Revolution Max engine.
The engine now produces 121 horsepower and 94 pound-feet of torque.
The big differences are that the torque curve is extremely flat, and the midrange power is huge.
This powertrain is paired with a high-spec suspension from Showa and brakes from Brembo.
The end result is something between an Indian FTR 1200 and a Ducati Diavel.
In short, it's a hell of a good time.
The styling takes inspiration from the legendary XR750 flat track bike, the modern Fat Bob and others.
The final look is hyper-aggressive but not as polarizing as you might expect.
The Sportster S will be available in fall 2021 with a starting price of $14,999.
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