Curtiss Motorcycles launches its first motorcycle in over a century

The bike will be limited to 35 examples.
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Curtiss Warkhawk

Formerly Confederate Motorcycles, the ultra high-end bike builder is rebranding as Curtiss Motorcycles, named after the inventor of the American V-Twin engine, Glenn Curtiss. The first bike is a machined aluminum monster called the Warkhawk, which is powered by an air/oil-cooled V-Twin that produces 150-hp and can reach speeds of over 165 mph. Limited to 35 examples, the bike also features a 5-speed Curtiss stacked gearbox, double wishbone suspension, Beringer front and rear brakes, and Michelin tires with carbon wheels. 


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