New American Superbike.

To launch a new model is never easy task. Especially in such an unpredictable V-Twin market. So, I have to applaud when I see an individual like Walter Roerich trying to bring something new and different to our industry. Roehr Motorcycles introduces the V-Roehr 1130 Superbike, a new generation of American motorcycles. Powered by the Harley-Davidson* Revolution* engine, the V-roehr combines modern state-of-the-art engine technology with a race track inspired chassis design, resulting in a truly modern American Sport Bike. The design goal for the new Superbike was simply to produce the fastest, most powerful, and finest handling machine. It was designed and constructed by company founder Walter Roehrich. He will also offers a full line of high-performance parts and accessories, with engine kits producing up to 180 hp. Production of the first 50 units is scheduled to begin in 2008, with pricing estimated at $39,995.00 (which is almost 4 times the price of a Buell.Firebolt XB12R). Escrow deposits to reserve your V-Roehr will be accepted starting Aug.1st 2007 for 2008 delivery. I can see one like that (in flat black with glossy black pinstriping) waiting for me in my garage. Roehr Motorcycles.   

6 Responses to “New American Superbike.”

  1. 1 DJ Chopper God Mar 29th, 2007 at 2:09 pm

    Cyril you hit on something I’ve never understood about sport bike riders. Why don’t they put they’re own kool paint jobs, and pinstripe on the bikes they ride??? That’s the first thing I’d do. Point taken.

  2. 2 John Mar 30th, 2007 at 6:16 pm

    Definitely the best looking Revolution bike I’ve seen…. Good use for it.

  3. 3 Steve Budge Apr 2nd, 2007 at 4:04 pm

    Do you mean paint like this. There is a ever growing aftermarket for street bikes. People are doing crazy stuff with them. Go to Roaring Toyz ans se some wild stuff.

  4. 4 Steve Budge Apr 2nd, 2007 at 4:07 pm

    you should have an edit feature so we can correct our bad spelling.

  5. 5 dragon Apr 3rd, 2007 at 7:18 am

    cyril good looking bike but at $39,995.00 it better run 180 mph without having it buy add-on’s

  6. 6 dragon Apr 3rd, 2007 at 7:20 am

    lol oh steve u said we u got a rat in ur pocket just joking

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