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Monte Warne established Boss Hoss Cycles Inc. in 1990 when he created the first V-8 powered Chevy motorcycle. This creation took place in the 5000 square foot shop located in Dyersburg. Monte was a commercial airplane pilot and was the first person to design a V-8 powered motorbike that has the conventional cruiser motorcycle feel, style, and look. He accomplished this by the arbitrary approach to its one gear (single speed) transmission. This 90-degree angle transmission drive allowed a reduction in the bike length. The angle also kept the engine- mount parallel with the frame, balancing out the design.

For over two decades, Boss Hoss Cycles Inc. has expanded from its 5,000 square foot shop to an imposing 22,000 square foot facility. The product line has shot up from the traditional dual-wheeled motorbike to a three-wheeled vehicle called a trike. In January 2006, the Boss Hoss facility got an approval from the European Commission, making the company the single globally approved facility to produce the V-8 motorcycle.

Boss Hoss bikes are famous for their massive size and power, and their low vibration in comparison to the single-cylinder or V-twin motorbikes. The massive motorbike’s damping effect and high cylinder number, combined with the tall gears in the semi-automatic transmission; provide a vibration-free acceleration.

The earlier Boss Hoss motorbikes were thought to be unfinished, bulky, and expensive. The bike was fitted with a high- end automobile motor on a motorbike frame. Thus, they had the option of using parts mean for muscle –car and Harley Davidson markets. The bikes were left with uneven capabilities and an unbalanced look.

These early models were noted for their rugged appearance and their massive v-8 engine and wide girth. They typically had a lot of thermal tape on the upper exhaust and the manifold. The heat shields often appeared to be handed down from different applications and reused.

The current models are chic and stylish, with details resembling all high-end, customized motorcycles. This includes a chrome swingarm, hidden wiring, and braided lines, among others. They consist of custom parts exclusive to Hoss Boss bikes, such gauges with the Hoss Boss label and chrome heat shield built for V8 manifolds. The motorcycle has lengthened up to 78 inches, allowing for a lower seat, which stabilizes the motorbike for smaller bodied riders.


BOSS HOSS BHC-3 1998 - present 2
BOSS HOSS BHC-9 1990 - present 3

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