Boss Hoss Cycles, manufacturer of America’s ultimate V8 powered cycles, will ride their way into Ripley, TN on April 14 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Big Daddy Choppers. Come experience the mind-blowing Boss Hoss bikes and trikes, check out Boss Hoss merchandise, partake in a charity poker run and enjoy food, drinks and live bands at 423 South Washington Street, Ripley, TN, 38063.
For riders who won’t be able to make it to a national bike rally this year, the PowerTour is an excellent opportunity to demo the new line of Boss Hoss bikes and trikes, right in your own hometown! The Earth trembling roar of the Boss Hoss masterpieces will be hard to ignore when motorcycle enthusiasts take to the streets of Ripley to test out these amazing dream machines. Demo rides will be available to qualified riders, 30 years or older, who are looking to let loose and experience the ultimate adrenaline rush.
“The Boss Hoss PowerTour is an event we look forward to every year, because it showcases our dealers and also familiarizes local bike enthusiasts with the high level of quality associated with the entire Boss Hoss line,” says Rad Hunsley, COO, Boss Hoss. “Seeing our customers’ enthusiasm as we make our way across the country is one of the most rewarding aspects of this event, and we love meeting new fans who are eager to learn more about Boss Hoss.”
Each PowerTour will also feature the opportunity to demo the new Super Sport, the first new Boss Hoss model in six years. The new limited edition sporty model is shorter in seat height and wheelbase as compared to the base BHC-3 ZZ4 motorcycle, yet still packs as much power as the big boys with its Chevy V8 engine, starting at 355 horsepower.
Every Boss Hoss is engineered for total performance, not just speed, and has 3-4 times the power of any production bike in the world. The upgraded line of 2007 bikes and trikes feature progressive springs for a smoother ride, and an added two degrees of rake, providing easier steering for the trikes. A new dual gauge speedometer shows riders both miles/hour and km/hour, while a new radiator catch improves radiator efficiency. A new aesthetic presence is an engraved Boss Hoss logo and trademarks on all hand grips, floor pads and foot pegs. The standard 42” beach bars now come in an optional 38” beach bar size, installed using two-inch pull bike risers. Trikes now feature an optional Brembo disc brakes system on the 2007 models.
Since 1990, Boss Hoss has grown to be the only production made V-8 powered motorcycle in the world with over 4,000 motorcycles sold.