If you’re a fan of bikes that share a close relationship with aeronautics, come closer for a peek at Curtiss Motorcycles’ new collection.
The 6061 aircraft-grade billet aluminum rendering will be worth the gander, at the very least.
Curtiss Motorcycles – previously Confederate Motors – is an American motorcycle brand based out of Alabama. They’re known for the ‘1,’ an industry-changing piece with her 100% flex-free and fatigue-free Super Light Core (SLC).
Today, the brand’s continual commitment to spearhead true sustainable riding is second to none (bar the price point) – which explains why this new collection is making the waves that she is.
“In 1902, our inspirational founder, Glenn Hammond Curtiss, invented the iconic American v-twin motorcycle,” notes Curtiss CEO and co-founder Matt Chambers in Curtiss’s press release on CycleNews.
“Today, 120 years later, we are proud to introduce The 120 Year Anniversary Collection in honor of Glenn’s historic achievement.”
For $120,000 epiece, the collection’s machines will purportedly feature a range of 120 miles (city) / 70 miles (highway), as well as up to up to 200 Nm of torque – all dressed up in “6061 aircraft-grade billet aluminum with pigment free seat hide and contrasting chassis panels in one of five classic color choices: French Blue, Bayou Green, Crimson Red, Tiger Yellow or Pure White.”
Love at first sight? Be sure to check out Curtiss’s website; drop a comment below letting us know what you think, and as always – stay safe on the twisties.