Confederate Hellcat X132 – the third kitty from hell

Production of 3rd generation of innovative showbike X132 Confederate Hellcat will start next year. Do not hesitate to order, there will be a lot of customers and few pieces.

Production is planned since January 2012, with a speed of 2 pieces per week. In order to maintain exclusivity is offer limited. The market gets only 164 Confederate X132 Hellcats bikes. Until the end of February, this unique machine can be ordered on an equal $ 45 000, from March 2012 it will be a little bit more.

While we are looking at Confederate X132 Hellcat, we don’t know what to rate earlier.

Exclusivity and uniqueness are signed on all motorcycle parts and details.

Take a look yourself.

Does chopper future belong to electricity?

November 6, 2011 by  
Filed under Custom Bikes, Entertainment

The Dutch company has introduced an electric chopper. Unfortunately, there is not much specific information yet. The appearance of a motorcycle is apparently very successful.  Experts rate the work of the Dutch team generally high. The capacity of the battery or output power is unknown.  According to unofficial sources, the charging will last for 6 hours.

It could mean the battery capacity will be solid, but according to unofficial information, the reaching distance will be “only” 100 kilometers and maximum speed about 120 km/h. Estimated price is around € 40 000 excluding taxes.

The End of the Road for American Chopper

February 8, 2010 by  
Filed under Entertainment

The long running TLC reality show American Chopper has come to the end of its road. The episode that will air on Thursday, Feb 11 will be the series last. According to American Chopper attorney, Stephen Markovits, negotiations between Orange County Choppers and the The Discover Channel didn’t pan out for season seven.

For six seasons, TLC filmed the Teutul Family as they operated their family business, Orange County Choppers. The series main theme was about the always tense relationship between  Paul Sr., the father and owner of the business, and his son’s Paul Jr. and Mikey. However, in recent months both Paul Jr and Mikey left Orange County Choppers to pursue their own ambitions thus removing the series’ main plot.

“The Teutuls will always be a part of the Discovery family and we congratulate them on a tremendously successful series run,” said a representative for TLC.

Source: [The Record Online, Read the Entire Story]