Seven new ways to get a state-of-the-art motorcycle experience
By Joe Brown
Posted 08.16.2005 at 2:00 am 1 Comment
American motorcycles have a reputation for being low-tech machines stripped down for speed. But there´s only so much a bike can do without. So Confederate Motor Company (confederate.com) replaced every metal piece possible with a lightweight carbon-fiber one. The company hired industrial design firm Foraxis to help fabricate the new parts and produced a bike that weighs a mere 375 pounds: the B91 Wraith.
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