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B-2 Stealth Bike By Orange County Choppers Celebrates The 20th Anniversary Year for B-2 Bomber

The B-2 Stealth Bomber is mysterious aircraft designed to avoid detection while carrying out missions.

This B-2 bomber-themed motorcycle, commissioned by Northrop Grumman and built by Orange County Choppers, might be named the “Stealth Bike”, but this bike does anything but hide.

According to Northrop Grumman, the B-2 Stealth Bike was built to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first flight of the B-2 Spirit stealth bomber, which occurred on July 17, 1989.

The Stealth Bike will be featured at B-2 20th anniversary events throughout 2009 including social events, trade shows, and air shows.

One of the highlighted events will be a B-2 first flight re-enactment ceremony in July in Palmdale, Calif., site of the original B-2 production and first flight.

The design, development and production of the B-2 Stealth Bike was featured on the 2009 season premiere of the cable TV series “American Chopper,” which airs on TLC.

The B-2 Stealth Bike is named “The Spirit of Innovation” to celebrate Northrop Grumman’s leadership in innovative air systems and the spirit of partnership with the Air Force that enabled the successful development of the B-2. Its “tail number” is 0789 to commemorate the date of first flight.

Source: Northrop Grumman and CNET


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One Response

  1. Wheels are a nice touch of the B-2 roll out stickers. A little more color would be nice as well. But OCC & NGC really missed a chance to capitalize on the obvious here. The "Windshields" and "Side Windows" on the front nose of the bike should have been made functional headlights and turn signals lenses respectively. Common guys, a little more work and the look would have been almost worthy of the Classic Aircraft the bike was made to commemorate. It’s not too late, how about a block change upgrade (it’s only one bike)? Pony up Northrop Grumman; it’s just the right thing to do…


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