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The world has seen many motorcycles, yet very few have managed to stand out in design, power, and beauty like Confederate. The company's bikes are extremely imposing, easily qualifying to be featured in an art gallery. Not only were Confederate bikes created to steal the show but also to bite the tarmacs. The firm is barely three decades old, nonetheless, it has managed to revolutionize the two-wheel industry surpassing most of its competitors.

The company was founded by the brilliant mind of Matthew Chambers in 1991. Its initial base of operation was in New Orleans. This was also the place where the first design model was created in 1994. Confederate Motorcycle was hit with a couple of misfortunes including filing for bankruptcy in 2001. Managing to rise from the rubble in 2003, the firm continued smoothly to produce the second generation Hellcats until it suffered in the hands of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The business moved its operations to Birmingham, Alabama thereafter, determined to soar. The recession in 2008, however, shook the financial stability of the business once again. 2013 saw the company shift locations to a larger processing plant in Birmingham.

The Wraith B120 and the F131 Hellcat brought some glory to the firm by winning the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building, scooping the first and second positions respectively. Some remarkable designs that are deeply engraved in many people’s hearts include the Confederate Fighter and the Confederate Wraith B91. The Combat Bomber is another grandiose design that has some staggering stats; a 2163cc V-twin engine that produces 145 hp at 5100rpm with a top speed of 160 mph - it’s simply legendary. It’s no wonder the brand is linked to some A-List Hollywood actors including Brad Pitt, Tom Crusie, and Ryan Reynolds.

In 2017, the company changed its name to Curtiss Motorcycles Inc. and announced that it’ll collaborate with Zero Motorcycles to produce a line of fully electric motorcycles. In 2018, the company announced the Warhawk model as its final gas-powered motorcycle to be produced


CONFEDERATE FIGHTER 2009 - present 1
CONFEDERATE WRAITH B120 2003 - present 1
CONFEDERATE WRAITH B91 2005 - present 1
CONFEDERATE HELLCAT F131 1994 - present 1

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