"This is a seriously cool custom bike. I would expect a collector to pay $25,000 for it."
- Fact 1: The Boss Hoss company was formed in 1990, and sold kits that allowed builders to create custom V-8 motorcycles. They began manufacturing finished bikes in 1996.
- Fact 2: Considerable mass and oversized transmission, combined with the Boss Hoss' V-8 engine, nearly eliminates vibration while accelerating.
- Fact 3: The standard small-block engine of the Boss Hoss, the 350-cubic-inch Chevrolet ZZ4, provides 355 horsepower, giving the bike a potential top speed of 186 mph.
- Fact 4: The massive weight and powerful engine of the Boss Hoss led engineers to include a reverse gear in the bike's transmission, a rarity in motorcycles.
- Fact 5: Newer Boss Hoss trikes produced after 2005 feature a three-speed transition, taking advantage of the trike's added stability.