Bienville Legacy Motorcycle

Nov 13, 2014

Category: Rides

JT Nesbitt, the man behind the G2 Hellcat Confederate Wraith, has emerged from his cocoon with a new creation that manages to be both bizarre, beautiful, and beastly, all at the same time.

The Bienville Legacy features a 1650cc Motus MV4 engine, which in its natural form is good for 185 horse power. But Nesbitt’s goes all mad scientist on us and adds a Rotrex centrifugal supercharger to take the hp to more than 300. The Legacy also has uses a totally unique blade suspension, which uses a single carbon fiber leaf spring from the front to the back of the bike. Factor in carbon fiber wheels and a four gallon fuel tank, and you can see how the total weight checks in at around 400 lbs. Commissioned by the American Design and Master-Craft Initiative, the Legacy will only see a few riders on its hand-crafted saddles; besides the roughly $250,000 asking price, buyers will also be asked to showcase the Legacy around the country. [Purchase]

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