Riding Impression: 2009 Big Dog Pitbull: You can spend way more money…

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Big Dog Mastiff Sport Touring

Riding Impression: 2009 Big Dog You can spend way more money on a chopper, but it’s doubtful it look or function better the Pitbull.

You have to be committed to to lay down hard-earned cash on a custom. Backache? All but guaranteed.

said, the Big Dog Pitbull caught us by not only was ride quality a lot than expected, so was nearly other aspect of the bike.

In fact, the Pitbull is a beautiful You could get dizzy walking it in your garage, soaking up all the The contoured, board-track-style one-piece gas holds 4.7 gallons — and your The 1970s-era metalflake green-and-gold sucked customers straight out of a line during a 6 a.m. shoot.

Equally captivating are the billet-aluminum 23-inch front and rear wheels.

Least radical of the Kansas line of Prostreet models, the looks almost conservative to the ridiculously long-and-low Wolf we tested( CW . April). Okay, a rigid with a 280mm-wide tire isn’t exactly Sensible but…

With 33 of rake and 5.6 inches of trail, is composed, predictable and stable. the bike into a tight though, and you will soon be of the fat rear tire. Cornering runs out quickly; even the aggressive among us checked up to avoid ruining the fancy footrests.

Big Dog Mastiff Sport Touring

No apologies needed for the 117-cubic-inch, SS V-Twin, available carbureted or with electronic fuel-injection. Our bike had a gaping 52.3mm SS G carb, power transferred to the wheel via a right-side BDM Balance primary, Baker six-speed and belt.

Jetting was spot-on, the warming quickly and running Torque is hearty, the 700-pound lunging forward from a or when called upon to slower vehicles. The 50-state-legal exhales through a beautifully sweeping 2-into-2 exhaust that offers a nice tone — no blatty staccato, a nice thrum.

The only thing between the and a sure visit to the chiropractor is a sprung solo seat, set 25.5 inches off the deck. Yet all but the worst pavement, the ride was on par that of conventional short-travel

From perfect welds to paint to mirror-like chrome, the is a top-notch machine. Show-quality is you would expect for $28,000, price for our testbike with its chrome and upgraded paint and emissions equipment.

Oh, yeah, and the Never happened.

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