I was going to post this in the M/C thread, but I don't know how many people visit that thread. This is an upstart motorcycle company that manufactures their bikes (Chinese engine) and some parts. They are assembled in the US of A, like HD. What I like is that they are not imitating HD, but they are their own company with their own designs. Cleveland CycleWerks - Bikes I was looking at them from a KISS standpoint- the engine is a simple 250cc OHV (pushrods and tappets- no OHC to deal with) motor. It is user serviceable and repairable with standard tools, and comes with a repair manual for such tasks. The bikes themselves are rather inexpensive, and are supposedly easy to modify. Yes, it is only a 250, and probably only gets 25hp, but what does the average 4 stroke dual-sport get? This isn't the type of bike that you're going to just go and cruise the highway with. I was mostly thinking about the Misfit, and if you put a pair of 80/20 road/dirt tires on it and a good set of saddlebags, it would make a nice BOM. Modify the electrical system with a kill switch for ALL the lights, buy an extra engine, chain, break pads, and wheel bearings, get rid of the chrome, and you would be on good footing. If you look at their lineup of bikes offered, they are going to be coming out with a dual-purpose bike that would be better yet, called the Hooligun. I bet it will cost a little more than the $3100 price tag of the Misfit.