Curtiss’s $105K Warhawk Is Their First Motorcycle in 100 Years

Curtiss Motorcycles is poised to release its first bike since re-branding, furthermore, the first in over 100 years. Dubbed “Warhawk,” the ride is a nod to Glenn Curtiss, the inventor of the first American V-Twin motorcycle.

Only 35 units are being produced, highlighted by an aluminum frame and a five-speed stacked gearbox with clear covers. An air-cooled 2200cc V-Twin then allows the bike to travel up to 165 miles per hour.

To further complement, the Warhawk in turn rides on Michelin tires. For more on the $105,000 USD motorcycle, follow on over to Curtiss.

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