2004 Boss Hoss BHC-9 (2004)
2004 Boss Hoss BHC-9 with a 502 cubic inch big block high performance V8. 4292 actual miles, in immaculate condition, custom paint, windshield, stainless exhaust disc brakes, tons of chrome, LED tail lights , Boss Hoss gauge instrument cluster. Also included but not pictured is a Boss Hoss OEM batwing fairing with premium sound system, including mounting brackets, primed and ready for paint. This trike is one of the cleanest out there and is a real head turner, and super fast and powerful. High lift cam, 3 speed automatic transmission with reverse and a high stall convertor, self cancelling turn signals, engine guard, stainless radiator hoses, aluminum 3 core radiator with automatic electric fan. Only serious inquiries only. I will deliver with 500 miles at no charge after receiving the non-refundable deposit. of $500. contact Kevin at 575-420-0214 with questions. No Scams2016-12-02 04:45:26Roswell, New Mexico, United States423,995.00
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The 22nd edition of the annual LA Calendar Motorcycle Show marked its return to the Queen Mary Seawalk Village in Long Beach, California with hometown boy Sam Baldi taking the Bike Building Championship’s Best of Show trophy with a Jimmy Todorovith/Profile Cycles built Big Twin custom named “Lost Angel.” This year’s Calendar Show showcased not only top builders but selected vendors and exhibitors, and of course the Calendar Girl Music live performances. And as always, this year’s show celebrated the world premiere of the 2014 FastDates.com Motorcycle PinUp Calendars, featuring the world’s top SBK World Superbikes, sport and cafe bikes, and custom motorcycles with the beautiful Calendar Kittens. On hand throughout the day to meet with fans and pose for pictures were Calendar Kittens Apple Price, together with official SBK World Superbike grid girls Jessica Harbour and singer/songwriter Sarah Horvath.Fri, 05 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700
From the WTF files of Youtube comes this custom built (obviously) motorcycle powered by none other than a V12 plucked directly from an Aston Martin. When it comes to transplanting large car engines into motorcycles, Boss Hoss has been the go-to name with its V8-powered customs, but this creation takes it one step further. We don’t know much about the build, but really, the video speaks for itself.Wed, 14 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800
Before venturing into aeronautics, Glenn H. Curtiss began his long and storied career by working with motorcycles. In fact, the early aviation community sought out Curtiss due to his reputation for constructing powerful and lightweight motorcycle engines.