Kentuckiana Boss Hoss

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Article take from 2005 issue of Ryders

His name is Tony Reynolds. He has a Hoss Dealership located in Kentucky. The name of the dealership is Boss Hoss LLC. becoming a Boss Hoss he built drag racing Since that market to dry up, he moved to exotic motorcycles.

has been a Boss Hoss for only 9 months. In this time, they have the Boss Hoss to a new level of

Tony realized that other Boss Hoss who offered “customized” “boss bikes simply added a engine, more chrome and exotic paint jobs and a tag of nearly $100,000. None of changed the style or shape of the to keep up with the more “Pro Street” bikes by Roger Bourget, Dave Big Dog, American Ironhorse, and others.

Tony felt he dramatically improve the styling of the so the crew tore apart a new Hoss and started over scratch. We tossed the short fat gas tank and built a new tank to a much larger intake to be installed on top of the engine. We designed and a removable hood scoop to fit on the gas to allow access to the carb and system.

This hood scoop is a and quite … air grabber hood scoop, very to the scoop on a new Dodge Viper. We cut the frame in half and built a new section with a very low seat. This required re-engineering of every aspect of the

This drop seat allow the rider to sit more in the bike with the legs at the knees, rather than on top of the

The frame modifications required new body side panels, a new frame pan, and new fenders. All of parts were prototyped, and massaged, then finished final parts made of We then had to build molds the clay plugs. Now we produce the from hand laid in our molds. Upon revealing the at Biketoberfest, we have been with other Boss owners who want us to perform modifications to their bike.

All of just really went over the current cool of our Pro Boss Bike. Everything we to build this bike had to be from scratch. There are of aftermarket parts for the Hardly-Davidson’s and Custom bikes, but nothing is big for a Boss.

We built handle to match the more popular of the Drag bars used on custom bikes today. we to build them ourselves, none were available for the Hoss.

The standard engine in a Boss is a 350 CI 355 HP small block Chevrolet with a cast iron Tony custom built an all 434 CI motor that produces 524 HP. is over 500 HP on two wheels.

For thrills, riding with a group, has done 100+ mph burnouts leave a black mark a quarter of a mile long.

the employees of Boss Hoss at saw our custom bike, they shocked at how slick the Pro Boss Owners of other big name Hoss Dealerships came to see and sit on the and it was very obvious to see how much appreciated the transformation of the Boss Also, the current general Mr.

Rad Hunsley of Boss Hoss saw the of the bike as well. He just not believe how we (such a small took on the challenge of re-designing and the bike to a level that would only be attempted by a That first Pro Boss, we to it as the “Blue Bike,” was entered the Rat’s Hole show in Florida in late October at

We ultimately won the first place

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We are now tearing apart and re-designing a big Boss Hoss, to look sexier and wilder than the block powered, Blue This big block bike be finished in time for the Daytona Week Rat’s Hole We are completely re-designing the exhaust on the big block to closely mimic the of a Nextel Cup Racecar. This will sound like Harleys tied together!

is also currently in negotiations a Owner of a Dodge dealership to a Boss Hoss for him, a Dodge Viper V-10 in it. It is true that Chrysler has designed one, but their is not practical for the typical motorcyclist, as it has wheels, does not turn and costs nearly $500,000 the Neiman Marcus fantasy The Viper bike Tony build is to be a real two wheeled bike.


A Hoss with a Viper

Article take from 2006 issue of American

Tony Reynolds is the type of guy who can at a V-eight-powered Boss Hoss cycle and say: “That’s but it needs more mo.”

also, as the owner of a Kentucky Hoss dealership the type of guy who can do about that. Specifically, a Boss Hoss powered by an 8.3 V-10 motor out of a Dodge

“I just knew it was the bike I had to Reynolds says of his machine, puts out 580 horsepower and 630 foot-pounds of

As it turns out, shoehorning the into a modified Boss frame was the easy part. The part? Convincing the Dodge Company to sell one of its V-10 without the car.

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