Bad-Ass Bikes From ‘Bama
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to man up and finally get that bike you’ve been threatening to buy for years, then do it right and don’t just get yourself some cookie-cutter ride off the lot. Let the other guys do that. You want something different. Something that’ll turn heads when it’s roaring down the road. Something like the Hellcat or the B120 Wraith.
Looking like they were built out of parts stolen from Satan’s erector set, this pair of sport bikes created by the Confederate Motor Company out of Birmingham, Alabama, makes the bold statement that luxury, top-quality materials, revolutionary design, and balls-to-the-wall power can all coexist in one bad-ass, two-wheeled package.
Their F131 Hellcat is designed around an incredibly stiff “F” architecture that gives the bike a rock-solid feel when you call on all 145 horses from the handcrafted engine. A special, limited edition Combat version is available (pictured top), which boasts 12% more horsepower and 4% more torque from its hand ported and polished head design, ultra high compression, special camshaft grind, and returned intake system.
The B120 Wraith (pictured bottom), is unlike any bike you’ve seen on the road before. An homage to the bikes of the 1930’s, its aircraft aluminum body with carbon fiber-winged front forks looks like it would be just as at home in a Ridley Scott film as it would be accelerating down the interstate.
These bikes are limited to a production run of only 250, and, not surprisingly, there is a waiting list for ownership. So add your name, and by the time the spring thaw comes around, you could be trading your old snow plow for a new street machine.
$75,000 – F131 Hellcat
$82,500 – Combat Hellcat
$82,500 – B120 Wraith ($90,000 for immediate delivery)