Cyril Huze has got wind of new things stirring up quite fast in the Big Bear Choppers’ (BBC) garage: it looks like their all-new machine Titanium will be unveiled at the Daytona Bike Week pretty soon.
Now, Simon Scott, the man behind BBC claims that the Titanium handles like a sport bike. We’d certainly like to see a chopper which can really compare to other bikes in terms of agility, and it would be also great for the industry.
As far as all the technology improvements are concerned, we might be looks like “finishing Milwaukee’s job” as Cyrill funnily named it. With Big Bear Choppers also in the business of Harley-Davidson aftermarket parts, it’s rather easy to see that BBC has extensive knowledge of things which don’t work, things which work, and things which work best.
The bike makes appearance March 8th at the Daytona International Speedway and we’ll offer your more pics and details as soon as they’re available. The Titanium looks really well, but the lowers and the fairing did not make us reach for the checkbook. Hopefully we’ll get to see some more brutal attitude there…
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