Steven Tyler Launches Red Wing Motorcycle Company


September 28, 2007

Steven Tyler, in collaboration with Mark Dirico and AC Custom Motorcycles, today launched Red Wing Motorcycle Company. Red Wing Motorcycles are the fusion of rock and roll artistry and superior engineering. Imbued with Tyler’s sense of style, each motorcycle is as comfortable to ride as it is sexy.

Tyler’s artistic vision drove the outrageous design of the custom motorcycles, each hand crafted and hand signed by the legendary rock star.

“You get on one of these bikes and you can ride for days,” Tyler said. “These bikes are sick, rugged, and just damn cool. And they’re amazing to look at.”

These motorcycles were made to ride. With a 35% increase in horsepower to the rear wheel compared to a stock Harley Davidson, and every inch handcrafted and tailor engineered, they are as hot to drive as they are to look at. The ProStreet model focuses on the beauty and finesse of Tyler’s unique design while never losing sight of critical comfort and performance. The Retro model has the look and feel of a classic Harley Davidson with new components that ensure the best riding experience possible.

Red Wing Motorcycles are backed not only by Tyler’s brilliance and style but by decades of engineering and motorcycle experience. Engineered by internationally renowned master engineer, Mark Dirico, each facet of the bike was purposefully crafted for a smooth, beautiful ride. Each bike is hand built by the team at AC Custom Motorcycles, with more than 300 years of combined experience building and perfecting motorcycles.

Red Wing Motorcycles debuted at the New Hampshire International Speedway’s Sylvania 300 and are now available to the public. Exclusive viewing of the bikes can be found at Manchester and Nashua, NH Harley Davidson dealerships. Each bike is backed by an extensive warranty and can be fully serviced by local Harley dealers. Bikes will be available in partnership with select dealerships across the East Coast through 2008 with a national roll out planned for later that year.

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