Harley-Davidson is celebrating our country’s vets with a new edition for the Pan America™ 1250 Special and Tri Glide® Ultra models – and they’re not keeping the models to the general community.
According to Harley’s press release, two special vets will be awarded a unit from the The G.I. Enthusiast Collection:
“A Medal of Honor recipient for his heroic actions in the Vietnam War after his U.S. Army helicopter was shot down and came under heavy enemy fire.”
“Severely wounded, he continued to fight back and help other injured soldiers. He is an avid Harley-Davidson rider and veteran issues activist.”
Brian “Amarok” Critton
“Critton served for a decade in the U.S. Army, including a tour of duty in Iraq, and now is active with veterans service organizations like Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP).”
Critton’s actions included a trip to a Muay Thai meeting (on a Harley, of course), when the man saw smoke from a 3-vehicle accident and “pulled a woman from the accident.”
So what does the The G.I. Enthusiast Collection entail?
Both the Pan America™ 1250 Special and Tri Glide® Ultra models feature a Mineral Green Denim Deluxe paint job, alongside service-inspired graphics, with the scheme “available only as factory-installed for the Pan America™ 1250 Special and Tri Glide® Ultra models, in limited quantities primarily for the U.S. market.”
The Pan America 1250 Special G.I. model will have a U.S. MSRP of $20,799, with the G.I. Enthusiast Collection Tri Glide Ultra model showing off a U.S. MSRP of $38,099.
Stay tuned for updates, drop a comment below letting us know what you think, and as ever – stay safe on the twisties.