Harley-Davidson released a portion of its 2022 motorcycle lineup and announced that the new models will be arriving in Canadian dealerships in the coming weeks. Below are just a few of the new model changes that we will see for the 2022 season. Harley-Davidson has also announced its world premiere for the remainder of its 2022 lineup to be released on January 26, 2022.
The Sportster S model combines contemporary design into the classic cruiser model. The Sportster S is powered by the 121-horsepower Revolution Max 1250T engine that offers strong torque in a lightweight chassis. For 2022, the Sportster S model is offered in Vivid Black and two new colours: White Sand Pearl and Mineral Green Metallic. To find out our thoughts of Sportster S check out the January/February 2022 issue of Motorcycle Mojo or online here
Adventure Touring Category
Since its launch in February 2021, the Pan America 1250 models have taken a stronghold within the heavyweights of the Adventure-Touring segment. For 2022, the Pan America and Pan America Special features improved visibility of information on the TFT display screen, and extended vehicle Hill Hold Control active time from 10 seconds to 3 to 5 minutes, under normal conditions. There will also be a new colour option featured for the Pan America, Fastback Blue/White Sand. To read our take on the 2021 Pan America 1250 models click here for the online review.
For the 2022 Softail Standard you’ll find updated Annihilator cast aluminum wheels with Silver finish replace laced wheels.
For the 2022 Heritage Classic 114 model you’ll have the option for a new chrome trim option as well as a black trim version including many new styling elements. The powertrain is now finished with wrinkle black upper rocker covers, camshaft cover, transmission cover and primary cover, with contrasting Gloss Black lower rocker covers. The trim will now include a Gloss Black rear lightbar and windshield brackets, front lightbar and turn signal standoffs, black mirrors and triple clamps, Black anodized wheel hubs and hub cap, and Matte Black exhaust shields with chrome muffler tips. The Heritage Classic 114 model in Chrome trim is offered with Black 9-Spoke cast aluminum or Chrome Laced wheels; the Black trim version is offered with Black 9-Spoke cast aluminum or Black Laced wheels.
FatBoy 114, the original fat-custom icon will feature re-styled cast aluminum wheels with 11 turbine-like spokes and an open center, and the classic FatBoy model tank badge is revised with a single trailing “wing” while retaining the centered star.
In the Trike category there will also be some changes for the 2022 lineup, Harley-Davidson holds its focus on the Trikes for veteran and new rider alike to offer the confidence of three-wheels while offering ample storage space for touring.
For 2022, the Freewheeler will come in a chrome and gloss Black tank medallion in a classic “V” shape; there will be a new optional two-tone paint scheme in Midnight Crimson/Vivid Black, applied to the front and rear fenders as well as the fuel tank.
For 2022, the Tri Glide Ultra will showcase a new intricate Cloisonné tank medallion in Chrome with Black and Red glass fill, and optional two-tone paint schemes in Midnight Crimson/Vivid Black or Gauntlet Gray Metallic/Vivid Black, each with a dual pinstripe.
On top of this Harley-Davidson has further announced that later this month, will be the world premiere of its limited-production 2022 models and more new models for the 2022 year. This “Further. Faster” premiere will be held on January 26, at 11:00 a.m. EST. If you’re interested in attending this virtual premiere you can register at H-D.com/22.