Confederate R131 Fighter Motorcycle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Most known for their X132 Hellcat Combat Motorcycle, the Birmingham, Alabama based team at Confederate Motorcycles are looking to hit another homerun with futuristic looking R131 Fighter Motorbike.

Looking like something out of the Terminator, this 2 wheeler has been constructed from aircraft-grade aluminum that is as durable as it is lightweight. Continuing with the “strong yet lightweight” theme, Confederate opted for a pair of solid carbon fiber wheels, and a set of 4-piston Brembo brakes to help this thing stop on a dime. If you are looking to park this thing in your garage, be ready to fork over $100,000. Even if you have the funds, this thing will be ultra limited to only 10 total units produced in each of the colors.

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