Five Iconic American-made Motorcycles You Might Find for Sale

American ingenuity has led motorcycle builders to create some fabulous motorcycles over time. If you are looking for a used motorcycle for sale, then you may want to consider these American-made motorcycles.

The Confederate FA-13 Combat Bomber features a billet-alloy monocoque frame, cantilever front suspension system, and the most powerful engine that Confederate ever put on a bike.

If you are looking for a military-style bike, then you might want to consider the Harley-Davidson Model 17F/J. Initially, the government only ordered 12 of these bikes in 1917, but before World War I was over, they had purchased 20,000 of them. After the war, Harley-Davidson converted this bike for civilian riders.

Another American-made bike that you might want to consider is the Rokon Trail Breaker. The company made the first one in 1963. If you find this used motorcycle for sale, then you will be looking at a two-wheel off-road motorcycle that has been built to go anywhere. While these motorcycles will get you anywhere, their top speed is 35 miles per hour.

The first Kawasaki KLR was constructed for civilian use, but when troops were sent into Desert Storm, the company quickly made a military model that they called the M103M1. The military model can burn either jet fuel or diesel.

Another motorcycle for sale that you might want to consider is the Zero SR. This electric motorcycle has a top speed of 102 miles per hour, and it can go 167 miles on a single charge. While it may not be the flashiest bike to make our list, it will charge in under three hours, so you can easily use it for daily transportation. Contact X2 Builders for more information.

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