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Cleveland Cyclewerks Tha Heist 250 Bobber Motorcycle
Mod Pics of aprts that can add your own flare before delivery.
Delivered ready to ride nationwide if no dealer near by. Any and all mods possible before delivery.
The CCW Tha Heist 250 keeps it simple from the ground up. With a standard hardtail frame power by a single OHV with an intake and exhaust port. The Honda CG engine comes to mind as does the Lifan engine installed in the Cleveland CycleWerks Tha Heist Bobber. With a trusted engine design from Honda used in many small displacement motorcycles CWW was a hit right away.
The Heist is designed to be more custom than any other motorcycle offered in its class. This what a Honda 400 looks like after it has been built for a hardtail style. So ride it stock or use as a perfect starter to your custom build.
The Heist being a throw back to the hardtails of the late 40s there is plenty of appeal from the stock braided stainless steel brake lines to front and rear disc brakes [power bt dual piston calipers with oversized 290mm rotor on the front.
Front wheel is 21 inches with 62 spokes (42 are standard) as well as the 18 inch rear wheel with 72 spokes. Fuel tank and fenders are fabbed from heavy gauge steel with hand stitched seat. The front end was designed with more trail. This will enhance stability at higher speeds. This addresses high speed "float" often experienced with lightweight bikes. A heavier feel in steering is experienced below 5mph, however, above 5mph steering is neutral and accomplished with ease.
The Heist has a feel to match it looks which most see a Triumph 650 which is the bike I see most modded to a Hardtail.
These are some simple mods that most owners of custom made Bobbers and Cafe racers add to their Tha Heiat and Tha Misfit right away. A mod that is done a lot before delivery is Exhaust/Carb mod which includes Helix Exhaust along with carb jets and air filter with removal of EGR equipment the bike can be pumped up with a better sound plus a better fual and air mixture.
A few mods that seemed to make it on every custom hardtail
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