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Boss Hoss V8 Motorcycles

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Boss Hoss Bikes

Monte Warne’s company that produces, the way we like to call it ‘the big easy’ or ‘the big scooter’, Boss Hoss Bikes will rock your world. They’re known for the smoothest ride and the highest quality components, including General Motors V8 engines and semi-automatic transmissions.

Boss Hoss Bike

Boss Hoss Bike

The Boss Hoss Super Cycle is a well engineered custom V-8 motorcycle with automatic transmission with reverse. It is powered by a powerful small block V-8 engine. The finest engineering available has gone into these transmissions and motorcycles. They are built in the United States of America. There is no finer built, faster, better engineered and handling V-8 bike on the road today. I know from personal experience. The Boss Hoss is truly the King of the Road and the Ultimate Cruiser. Boss Hoss bikes and trikes are appreciated for their sheer strength and low vibration.

If you’re starting your search for your next V8 bike purchase, we recommend you go to the authority on Boss Hoss Research at – their web site has the most comprehensive V8 Bike info, including a Boss Hoss Discussion Forum and Boss Hoss Photo Gallery that you should contribute to. This is a place to locate authorized dealers, parts, and components.

These bikes generally start at approximately $30,000.  Not a small price for the faint of heart, but well worth it for the fantastic craftsmanship and super charged V8 Engine.  You’ll definitely enjoy the throbbing V8 Bike Engine.  And although the V8 can accelerate with the best of them, you should know that the Boss Hoss V8 Motorcycle was made for cruising. The V8 engine bike is so smooth it makes a four-cylinder motorcycle seem like cement mixer. The seat is comfortable, and you can know you’ve got the best wheels in town.

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2 Responses to “Boss Hoss Bikes”

  1. February 9th, 2010 at 11:10 am

    Larry Ayers says:

    Hello Clark,
    A friend has a Morgan trike with a Moto Guzzi motor installed on it and is trying to find the motor number so he can get it registered. Can you help with where to look? MGs are not my thing. However, Morgan twins are. Hope you are well and thanks for the assistance.
    Regards, Larry Ayers

  2. February 9th, 2010 at 11:13 am

    Larry Ayers says:

    Do you still have the JZR (Morgan wanna be) — we should have a three wheeler outing sometime with the other trike owners in The Bay Area.

    Cheers, Larry

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