Confederate G2 P51 Combat Fighter

Nov 23, 2016

Category: Rides

The Alabama-based bike makers at Confederate pump out nothing but gold. We’ve been fans of their futuristic motorcycles for years, and the Confederate G2 P51 Combat Fighter is the latest addition to the already impressive stable.

This head turning 2-wheeler is constructed entirely out of 6061 aerospace billet aluminum, and packs a mean punch to match its aggressive aesthetics. Powering the chopper is a big-block, air-cooled V-twin engine that’s good for over 200 horsepower, along with 170 lb-ft of torque. The bike has also been outfitted with a 5-speed overdrive and straight cut transmission. Each one sits on lightweight carbon fiber wheels wrapped in road-gripping Pirelli tires. The brand will be producing a total of 30 black and 31 raw machined billet aluminum, for a total of 61 bikes – all carrying a price tag of $120,000. [Purchase]

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