Boss Hoss Motorcycles

Born in 1990, when former commercial airline pilot Monte Warne created his and Boss Hoss’s first Chevrolet V8 engined single-geared cruiser.

Majoring on Chevy V8s Boss Hoss later diversified into trikes and supersport models.

Where? Still in Monte’s hometown of Drysberg, Tennessee, this manufacturer, nay crafter of distinctive high-powered American motorcycles has grown from its founder’s original 5,000 sq.ft shop to a 20,000 sq.ft facility. From there have come a number of highly acclaimed models, including the BHC-3-LS3 racer, a friendly monster of a motorcycle whose 6,200c Corvette engine throws out a whopping 355 bhp at 5,250 rpm. The company now claims to be the “only globally approved V8 motorcycle manufacturer”

What? Cruisers, Supersports, Trikes.

Website? Click here for the official Boss Hoss website.

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