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Cleveland CycleWerks Misfit Articles
The $3,200 solution to the modern motorcycle
“Cool is being able to afford a bike that looks good and makes the owner feel good, but does not break the bank,” said the guy who designed this bike back when he first showed it to us in 2010. Finally, the Cleveland CycleWerks Misfit is available in the US. It’s not hard to define its USP — the $3,200 price tag — but, for that price do you still get a real motorcycle? HFL is the first...
03 February 2012
By the numbers: 250cc road bikes
With the release of the Honda CBR250R and Cleveland CycleWerks Misfit, we suddenly have a surprisingly robust 250cc class here in the land of bigger-is-better. No less than six 250s will be widely available in America in 2011, offering beginners, tightwads, short people and fans of riding slow bikes fast an unprecedented level of choice. Which one is right for you? Maybe crunching their numbers wi...
01 December 2010
Cleveland CycleWerks Misfit: the missing link?
“Cool is being able to afford a bike that looks good and makes the owner feel good, but does not break the bank,” says Cleveland CycleWerks’ Scott Colosimo. He designed the bike you see here. When the 250cc Misfit goes on sale in March it’ll cost just $3,195, providing an affordable, desirable city bike or commuter. The Misfit weighs 80lbs less than a Ninja 250 and, according to Scott, can...
29 November 2010
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