It is the rumble
and the roar.

Diablo means "devil" in Spanish. Its namesake is the mountain just east of San Francisco - a land mark to those riders traveling from the east. Mt. Diablo lets them know they have reached their destination - the West coast.

Now it is your turn to discover a California legend - The Diablo, truly a devil of a bike.

The Bear Facts:
  • 89 cubic inch (1460cc) Super Custom V-Twin (75 horsepower) with chrome engraved air cleaner cover, chromed cylinder heads, black wrinkle cylinder casings, chromed lifters and rod covers, dual fire ignition, steel braided lines, chromed point cover.
  • Mono-shock dual dampener frame, triangulated swing arm - powder-coated for exceptional durability.
  • Dual caliper brakes with polished rotors.
  • Five speed close ratio transmission, chrome cover.
  • Tapered chrome exhaust pipes, staggered
  • Chrome forks
  • Sleek chopper style front fender
  • 53 cm chrome spoked front wheel
  • All chrome forward controls
  • Chrome oil bag
  • 140 cm Kendra rear tire
  • Custom glove leather seat by world-renowned designer Michael Corbin
  • Polished nickel-plated Bear tank emblem sculpted by famed California artist Malcom Moran
  • Engraved leather dash
  • Five metallic colors to choose from: Napa Cabernet Red, Sierra Silver, Deep Tahoe Blue, Gunsmoke Grey and Midnight Pacific Green. (We only use PPG, the highest quality paint available.)

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