Chevy 502ci V8 Powered Boss Hoss Trike Has the Biggest Engine Ever Put on a Motorcycle
Founded in 1990 by Monte Warne, Boss Hoss Cycle Inc. is an accomplished motorcycle manufacturing company that leads the industry with its professional team, clear vision, experience of 28 years and great dedication to the customer.
Over the past 28 years, this successful company has grown from its first humble 5000 square foot shop to a 22,000 square foot manufacturing company. Its product line has also grown from the usual two-wheeled motorcycle to include three wheeled vehicles known as trikes. Today, we're going to check out one of the products of Boss Hoss Motorcycles: a 502ci V8 powered trike. It's a three-wheeled motorcycle powered by a Chevrolet V8 502ci engine that is typically found in supercars. This engine is able to produce anywhere from 300 to 750 horsepower. It's said that it can go from zero to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds and reach the speed of 120 mph in just 6 seconds. The trike is equipped with the materials of the highest quality. Carbon fiber, aluminum, titanium, and magnesium are used throughout the trike to make it a fairly lightweight despite its gigantic structure. It has the biggest engine ever put on a motorcycle and a starting price of US$87,000.
Watch the video to see this unusually cool trike and enjoy!
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