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Big Dog Motorcycles Announces Debut of Lower Cost Model

Big Dog Motorcycles has announced today the upcoming introduction of a lower price model based on its popular chopper-style platform.

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With production planned for May, 2010, the new model, simply called the Big Dog Chopper, will provide a high-style, high-quality Big Dog motorcycle experience with an MSRP in the $21,000 range.

Sheldon Coleman, founder and CEO of Big Dog Motorcycles, made the announcement to a select group of dealers at the Big Dog display at the annual Indianapolis-based trade show. “We are excited to participate in this price range with an uncompromised motorcycle of this caliber”, Coleman stated. “The new Big Dog Chopper is loaded with high-quality components and performance specifications, and will appeal to a wide range of riders. Our dealers are very enthusiastic about this strategy”, he continued.

Specifications of the motorcycle include a wide range of upscale components, starting with a 111 cubic inch S&S engine and a six speed transmission. In addition, components include chrome handlebar controls, a new handlebar array, chrome forward controls, the new BDM multifunction speedometer, machined aluminum wheels, a new rear suspension, a 42 degree rake, a beefy 250 mm rear tire and a full line of passenger-friendly accessories.

Source: Big Dog Motorcycles

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4 Responses

  1. When we deal with choppers, we always have to look at the aesthetics, after all we're wanting to make a beautiful machine.

    One of the parts about some choppers that I don't like at all is the strange open space between the top of the engine and the tank and frame. I like the form following the function, and there really isn't a function for that gap. This model and some others have that gap that needs filled with something.

    More engine maybe? Booyeah!

    – Mike –

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