Taking its name from Alexander the Great's fabled steed, Bucephalus was built with intentions of creating a machine that would live up to bearing the name of one of histories strongest companions. Since its official debut in Sturgis at Michael Lichter's "Ton Up" exhibit, Bucephalus has spent time on display at numerous locations, all the while gathering attention from the motorcycling community. More recently, Bucephalus graced the cover of Barnett's BikeCraft magazine, with a full spread detailing the development and technical aspects of our "War Horse" by the talented Buck Manning. Not only in print, Bucephalus is beginning to create quite a stir among many well known internet sites frequented by motorcycle and design enthusiasts alike.
As for those lusting after our cafe inspired Triumph, we will building to order a limited run of eight, with a base price of $18,500. Options are near limitless, but base specs can be seen below - please note that the frame is constructed of 7075 aluminum, NOT 7005 as the ad states. As with any of our builds, for more information please use the contact form on the "Contact" page or email us direct at firstname.lastname@example.org.