AT 3am this morning Australian time, Harley-Davidson, with a little help from megastar Jason Momoa, held its first ever virtual model launch, unveiling a 2021 line up boasting the Softail Street Bob 114 and a refreshed Fat Boy offering.
It’s worth noting too, that missing from the 2021 Softail model range are the Lowrider, FXDR and the Deluxe. That said, there are 10 standard models in total, including the Softail Standard, Street Bob, Heritage, Low Rider S and Softail Slim.
The already mentioned Fat Boy is also joined by the Sport Glide, Fat Bob, and the Breakout. Alongside the mostly upgraded bikes are a range of new Screaming Eagle performance accessories, including new Stage Kits.
Chrome styling is back too, with a range of optional packages for the Street Glide and Road Glide Special, as well as two-tone paint schemes, a new ventilator air cleaner, and a new low profile engine guard.
Sinister black styling is still standard on the Road King Special and remains an option on the Street Glide Special and Road Glide Special for those fans who like their rides blacked out.
And despite rumours to the contrary, we can confirm a 2021 CVO model range was also launched, with the Street Glide, Road Glide, Ultra Limited and CVO Tri Glide all receiving the special treatment from Harley-Davidson’s custom bike division.
Each 2021 CVO model will feature new paint and graphics, and new high fidelity Stage 2 Harley-Davidson audio powered by Rockford Fosgate. All variants will again feature the Milwaukee Eight 117 motor and a range of chrome and black finishes.
The highly anticipated Pan America, Harley-Davidson’s first adventure bike, will be launched on February 22 via a separate live stream event. That launch will also mark the reveal of the new 1250 Revolution motor.
A second new model, utilising the same power plant, has also been teased.
For further information, you can check out the launch video below, or visit your local Harley-Davidson dealership.