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$2,990

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2,003 miles
We offer in-house financing. No credit is required, and most down payments are between $1000 and $2000.  You can go to 210cycles.com to apply!  If...
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Cleveland Cyclewerks Information:

Cleveland Cyclewerks is the private company that manufactures retro-style café racers and bobbers.
Scott Colosimo, Jarrod Streng, and Curtis Ray founded the company in 2009 and bring lots of experience in custom building to the table.
Scott Colosimo began building custom cars and motorcycles in his parent’s garage at the tender age of 15. He went to college and earned a degree in Industrial Design. He met Jarrod Streng when the two met while working at Dirt Devil. In 2008, both found themselves unemployed and chose to start their own company. The focus was to use eco-friendly technology to build motorcycles and they sought US grants to fund Cleveland Cyclewerks. They were unsuccessful until they met Curtis Ray who became their investor. Curtis Ray brought experience with Chinese manufacturing, rounding out what the three needed for a successful company.
Today, Cleveland Cyclewears is a highly successful company. Revenue averages at just under two billion a year and they serve a wide variety of communities. USA, Canada, Japan, South America, and Switzerland have been audiences who love the motorcycles the company creates for them. All of their motorcycles feature a displacement engine, making it a powerful engine while using less energy.