Cleveland CycleWerks introduces Tha Misfit.
Tha Misfit is an affordable, lightweight and Modern Café Racer for the US Market. Available in March 2011, and sold by by CCW’s Pennsylvania dealer Dark Horse.
Tha Misfit is Cleveland CycleWerks latest motorcycle release. Tha Misfit is powered by a 250cc single cylinder motor, and is 49 state legal, we are waiting for California approval, and have passed EVAP testing. MSRP is set at $3295, and the bike is positioned as an affordable alternative to the overpriced and over motored commuters currently on the market.
Cleveland, Ohio – November 24th 2010 – Cleveland CycleWerks is a small motorcycle company headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio USA. CCW design’s and develops affordable motorcycles, and motorcycle parts. Tha Misfit extends CCW’s product range with a beautiful, and affordable Café style motorcycle. Tha Misfit is the answer to everyone out there that thought they could not afford a quality, beautiful and fun motorcycle, affordable priced with a MSRP of $3295.
Scott Colosimo, from CCW remarks,
“Ths Misfit is really the sort of Café bike that everyone attempts to build in their home shop. Chopping out all the bullshit tabs and brackets that you don’t want and putting on all the cool components that you do.” We think Scott is trying to say that CCW, being a small company can afford to build bikes in a more custom manner, with more control over the design and quality of the final product. Scott adds “Being a small company, we build bikes that as enthusiasts, we want to ride, and this directly translates to the types of bikes that other enthusiasts and beginners can appreciate.”
Tha Misfit’s EVAP and EPA system was designed and has passed 50 state testing; we are just awaiting documentation from CARB. Features include inverted forks, weighted bar-ends, dual-piston calipers front and rear, wave rotors front and rear, Progressive rate remote reservoir rear shocks, and many more details. The rear seat is covered by a plastic cowl, (for a true café racer look) that can be removed to reveal a passengers seat, for two up riding.