I've never ridden a bike with a front tire nearly the same size as the rear so i'm not sure i would like the Sportster "S". However i test rode the Pan America and really like the engine. Personally i am holding onto hope for the Bronx also. Even if it gets the smaller engine it should be a fun bike.
This bike reminds me of a Neil Peart quote "When I'm riding my motorcycle I'm glad to be alive. When I stop riding my motorcycle I'm glad to be alive."
Scary fast, refined, but turning it is tricky you have to really muscle it and push on the outside peg to get it to turn. I jumped off the Indian Scout Bobber right onto this one and night and day difference. The Bobber is nice, the Sportster is a beast.
Once you get used to how it handles I guess it will be fine, but if you ride more than one bike it takes some getting used to.
(Message edited by josequinones on August 22, 2021)