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Big Bear Choppers Titanium
The TITANIUM is an all new motorcycle from Big Bear Choppers.
Its a completely different motorcycle than anything we've offered before. The
TITANIUM engine is the all new S&S V111 that packs 122.8 lbs of torque. BBC has
worked with Yoshimura to develop a whole new exhaust, as well as carbon fiber
side covers and front fenders. We're also offering Sport and Touring fairings.
It uses World Class Brake Tech rotors, an Inverted Front End suspension that was
co-developed by BBC and Öhlins. It also uses Nissin handlebar controls & a
Hydraulic Clutch System. Its a powerful bike designed for riding fast, and
riding cross country.
After much soul searching and marketing research, Kevin and Mona are re-emerging with a new approach to the market, a new Titanium model featured here and a soon to be annouced line of custom parts for Harley-Davidson Sportster. All being the first public expressions of what Big Bear Choppers is going to try to accomplish during the next few years. Clearly, leveraging some of the best of Harley-Davidson platforms to offer improved customized interpretation, both aesthetically and technologically, and this without sacrificing any original factory reliability. A philosophy that could be described as “finishing Milwaukee’s job.”
is centered on the FXR frame Erik Buell and 6 other engineers
designed for Harley-Davidson back in the day. Kevin tweaked it
for even better compliance and the result is a bike which rides
like nothing else in the segment, as Big Bear Chopper claims.
The bike feels firm and boasts exceptional torsional rigidity,
with sharp turning, yet provides unrivaled comfort. Kevin says
that a rider can effortlessly do 800 miles (1,300 km) a day
aboard his Titanium.