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Welcome, MO heathens. It’s Sunday yet again, which means it’s time for another Church of MO. This week, we look at the Boss Hoss BHC-3 ZZ4 and ZZ4 Super Sport.The giant behemoths of cruiserdom, Boss Hoss has made a name for itself by essentially sticking two wheels and a handlebar to small-block Chevrolet V8 engines. In 2007, Gabe Ets-Hokin got a chance to throw a leg over not one, but two(!) Boss Hoss’. Read on to see what he thought of them. And click the link above to view the entire photo gallery.
Boss Hoss BHC-3 ZZ4 and ZZ4 Super Sport
At last year’s Yamaha V-Star 1300 intro, I could hardly believe my ears when Yamaha’s product planners described a 1300cc bike as a “middleweight”. All four Japanese manufacturers have 1800cc — or larger — cruisers on the market, and Triumph has no trouble selling their gargantuan 2.3-liter Rocket III. Where will it end?
Two words: Boss Hoss … More
It turns out six decades of collecting dust may have been just what the Indian motorcycle brand needed.
Polaris (PII), which resurrected the nameplate in August with three new bikes, said this morning that “pent-up demand” has fueled a slew of orders for the first models rolling out of factories. The long-defunct brand may put a dent in Harley-Davidson (HOG) after all. “The shipment ramp-up was a little slower than we would’ve liked, but the initial quality is through the moon,” … More
Combine Honda Motors France and Jean-Michel Bayle and this is what you get …enjoy!
Honda vous présente l’épisode 2 du film SURFACE. Plus intense et encore plus sensationnel, assistez à une expérience extraordinaire ! Un pur moment d’adrénaline !
Erik Buell’s motorcycle assembly line has been running about a month, and already Buell is worried about not having enough space as he ramps up production and kicks his engineering efforts into overdrive.
“These are wonderful problems to have,” Buell says as he walks through the plant where the first Erik Buell Racing production motorcycles are being assembled for delivery in February.
The plant’s layout was designed by a former automotive industry engineer who was fed up with big companies and, like Buell, wanted to challenge the status quo … More