Compared to the rest of Big Bear’s motorcycles, the Rage received a slightly shorter wheelbase and less rake. Thanks to these two features the motorcycle is easier to maneuver then its brothers and delivers a more agile handling.
However, the Big Bear Choppers Rage didn’t lost the classic chopper look and features all it needs to be considered a true bad boy.
The aggressive 43 degree neck rake, the drop seat placed 20” off the ground, the elegant handlebars and the old school headlight are combined with a set of clean cut fenders to give the entire bike a pretty intriguing appearance which inspires power and confidence. You’ll also like the foot and hand controls that are reaching towards the rider for a more comfortable position and the patented fuel tank design.
The Big Bear Choppers Rage is equipped with a polished V111 low vibration engine mated on a Baker 6-speed overdrive transmission.
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The Big Bear Choppers Paradox is a work of art on two wheels. The bike features a tasty design language with many classic elements that are combined with contemporary details. The 2013 Big Bear Choppers Paradox is equipped with a pair of new large diameter wheels which measure 23” at the front and 20” at the back. You will also like the large capacity oil tank which features a unique concave molding design.
The unique look of the motorcycle is underlined by its front and rear fenders which feature a subtle and elegant ridge that fades away at the halfway point.
Power comes from a V111 which is also available with an EFI option. The engine cranks out 115.8 bhp and 122.8 lb/ft of torque which is more than enough to give the bike a sharp acceleration.
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The guys from Big Bear are among the best in the business when it comes to chopper manufacturers. Their bikes have all they need to win a rider’s heart and there’s no wonder why the Big Bear choppers have a lot of fans.
One of the latest custom models presented by Big Bear is the 2013 Reaper Chopper, a true beast when it comes to power, but a real beauty when it comes to looks.
The motorcycle features a traditional American character and mixes the old school style with modern technologies. At the heart of the Reaper lies Big Bear’s proprietary low vibration V111 polished engine which puts out 115.8 bhp and 122.8 lb/ft of torque. You also get a capable Baker 6-speed overdrive transmission, exclusive primary drive, chrome frontend and controls, and a stiff yet light frame.
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The Big Bear Choppers Athena ProStreet is a sleek and agile chopper which features a distinctive design language. In terms of style, the Big Bear Choppers Athena ProStreet comes with a lowered frontend with a sunken seat, an aggressive fuel tank with sharp lines and a raised, but ergonomically designed handlebar.
The motorcycle was built with agility in mind and features a low center of gravity which gives it a pretty good handling.
The Big Bear Choppers Athena ProStreet is equipped with a V111" low vibration powerplant that cranks out 97 bhp (at the crank) and 113 lb/ft of torque. With a configuration of a 4 1/8” bore and 4 1/8” stroke, proprietary compression ratios, redesigned cam timing, and reciprocating weights the engine is fairly smooth and pretty efficient too. The engine is kept in leash by a six speed over drive transmission.
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The Big Bear Devil’s Advocate is a stylish chopper which offers a bullet proof build quality, a great handling and a pretty decent riding position.
In terms of style, the motorcycle features an elongated fuel tank, a long and elegant fork and a set of sharp-cut fenders. At the heart of the motorcycle lies a low vibration V111 polished engine which develops a maximum output of 115.8 bhp and 122.8 lb/ft of torque. The engine is mated on a Baker 6-speed overdrive transmission.
The motorcycle’s backbone is a stiff frame that borrows the looks from Big Bear’s Venom frame with its single downtube and Venom swingarm. However, unlike the Venom, the Devil’s Advocate is fitted with a larger 280mm rear tire and different tanks and fenders. The guys from Big Bear used a 0.250 wall, 1.5” tube steel for the backbone and downtube and a 0.160 wall, 1.125” tube for the rest of the frame.
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The Big Bear Devil’s Advocate ProStreet is a tasty looking chopper which – unlike other choppers - doesn’t sacrifice handling for style. In fact the Advocate ProStreet is the most agile model in BigBear’s lineup and offers a perfect mix of style, comfort and maneuverability.
In terms of style, the Big Bear Choppers Devil’s Advocate ProStreet features a low slung stature, a set of custom fenders and a large capacity fuel tank which seems to merge with the seat giving the bike a pretty distinctive look. There is also a lot of chrome, a tasty red and black paint job and a heavily angled front fork.
The Big Bear Choppers Devil’s Advocate ProStreet is blessed with a 111 cubic inch engine which delivers a maximum output of 115.8 bhp and 122.8 lb/ft of torque. The engine is mated on a 6-Speed Overdrive transmission especially designed to comfortably handle the engine’s power.
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The Big Bear Choppers Bear Bones was built for those who want to ride a classy looking chopper but who also want a better-than-average handling.
Compared to the other models in Big Bear’s lineup, the 2013 Bear Bones features a shorter wheelbase and less rake which make it fairly easier to maneuver.
The 2013 Big Bear Choppers Bear Bones is propelled by the famous V111 low vibration engine which puts out 115.8 bhp and 122.8 lb/ft of torque. The engine is perfectly kept in leash by a Baker 6-speed overdrive transmission.
Other features offered by the Big Bear Choppers Bear Bones include a drop seat of 20” off the ground, a conservative 34° neck rake, patented unique fuel tank design, patented oil tank design holding 5 quarts and a 250mm rear tire with a right side final drive.
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The Big Bear Choppers Athena is a unique looking chopper built at the Discovery Channel Biker Build-Off televised competition. The motorcycle was so successful that the guys from Big Bear Choppers decided to launch it into production.
At the heart of the bike lies a strong engine which cranks out 115.8 hp and 122.8 lb/ft of torque and is mated on a modern, six speed overdrive transmission.
Athena’s frame features a unique design which allows for an ultra low seat height. Due to the ingenious position of the seat the motorcycle feels and handles unbelievably balanced. Moreover, the rear wheel is mounted on the company’s patented Devil’s Tail swingarm which further improves the bike’s handling abilities and stability.
The frame is designed and manufactured in house by Big Bear Choppers and every frame component is CNC manufactured with maximum precision.
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The Devil’s Advocate is another custom looking bike designed by Big Bear choppers. The name may sound intriguing to some of you, but it copes perfectly with the bike. The motorcycle features a classic design language which screams “STYLE”. However, apart from looking good, the Big Bear Choppers Devil’s Advocate was also designed with comfort in mind and one of its main features is the fact that it can accommodate up to two people.
Compared to the previous generation, the 2013 version comes with a wider front wheel and a new front fender. You also get a revised fuel tank, chrome rear belt guard, chrome front fender struts and standard chrome passenger pegs.
Power comes from a strong engine which delivers a maximum output of 115.8 hp and 122.8 lb.ft. of torque. The engine is kept in leash by a six speed overdrive transmission.
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The Big Bear Choppers GTX is one of the best looking motorcycles of its type. Its low-slung stature, the unique paint job and the raised handlebars give it a cool and aggressive overall appearance. Despite its fancy design, the motorcycle offers a pretty relaxed riding position and is fitted with a comfortable seat and an ergonomically designed handlebar.
The motorcycle is available in two versions. The first is equipped with a 115.8 bhp engine while the second one is powered by a slightly weaker 97 hp unit. Both engines are paired with a six speed, Overdrive transmission.
The bike’s frame is designed in house in company’s San Bernardino facility. Every frame component (e.g. neck, side plates, tank mounts, tranny plate, axle adjusters, etc) are CNC manufactured.
Among the features offered by the Big Bear Choppers GTX you’ll find an additional auxiliary fuel tank located under the seat, totaling over 5 gallons and a large capacity oil tank.
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