American-base bike company Confederate progressed toward becoming Curtiss not long ago and for more than 27 years, Confederate fabricated a wonderful, boutique, lovely V-twins and now they are prepared to discharge their first bicycle after a looooong time.
Notwithstanding being the first Curtiss Motorcycle’ product that discharged into the market in a century, the declaration additionally marks the last motorcycle of its kind that the company will produce as it transitions from internal combustion to electric propulsion.
The Warhawk will be powered by a 2,163cc V-twin engine that makes 150-horsepower and 160 pound-feet of torque linked to a five-speed manual transmission.
The huge triple-camshaft OHV motor is supported in a machined aluminum monocoque outline with the fuel in the spine, carbon fiber brakes. The Warhawk has an asserted best speed of 165 or more mph.
The suspension features a double-wishbone parallelogram fork with tubular aluminum struts. Front and back have Racetech mono-shocks fully adjustable for high- and low-speed compression and rebound damping.
The Perfect Invention
“We’ve spent the past 27 years working to optimize and perfect Mr. Curtiss’s V-Twin invention,” Curtiss Motorcycle CEO – Matt Chambers
The Warhawk is named after a well known World War II military aircraft and is a gesture to Glenn Curtiss, the innovator of the American V-Twin bike. The new Curtiss Warhawk bike will be limited edition release with only 35 motorcycles that will be available at the cost of $105,000.