Confederate Motorcycles: Raw, Rugged, Rebellious & Rare (and rockin’ design)

Confederate Motorcycles

Confederate motorcycles are raw, rebellious, rugged and very rare. With really rocking design and technology produced in limited editions, they are motorcycles for the exclusive set with some serious coin.

Confederate Motorcycles: Raw and Rugged

Confederate Motorcycles

Founded in 1991 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana by Matt Chambers, Confederate Motor Company set out to create machines utilizing a holistic, avant-garde process for celebrating the art of rebellion.

Above: The B120 Wraith broke the world land speed record this past September, 2008 at the Bonneville Salt Flats. The Wraith took a speed of 166.459 in the A-PF 2000cc push rod and unfared class, shattering the old record of 141 mph.

Their models include The B120 Wraith (production limited to 250 – 88 available before the book is closed), The F131 Hellion Combat (production limited to 150 – 7 available before the book is closed), The Renovatio and the C120 Renaissance Fighter (only 45 were made, 42 still available as of the time of this post) made exclusively for Neiman Marcus.

The B120 WRAITH:

Wraith details and specs.


Combat details and specs.



Renovatio details and specs.

And especially for this year’s Neiman Marcus Christmas Fantasy Gifts catalog, the Limited-Edition Fighter Motorcycle, The Renaissance, of which only 45 were made:

Above: Exclusively made for NM, courtesy of Confederate Motor Company®, the first ever Fighter packs 190 mph of performance into its cutting edge carbon fiber, titanium, and aluminum chassis. 64″ wheelbase, 27″H seat, integrated braking system, lots of high-tech bells and whistles, and custom NM edition features. Price? $110,000.00 USD.
To purchase, call 1.877.9NM.GIFT.

Confederate Motor Company