“A wolf in sheep’s clothing“
No, this is not the latest offering from Confederate Motorcycles. This bike, named ‘Jerry’, is the creation of Spanish bike builder Sergio Bayarri. Sergio is well know for building the ‘Flyer 1800 cafe racer‘ which picked up numerous custom bike building awards a few years back. He is the CEO and project engineer at Sbay Motor Company, which is based in south western Spain in a city called Cadiz.
Sbay Motor’s has a simple philosophy, “build motorcycles that perform”. Jerry’s power is provided by a savage RevTech 110-cubic-inch (1800cc) V-twin engine. The power to weight ratio is where this bike really shines. Through the extensive use of carbon fiber the total weight of the ‘Jerry’ is only 206 kg. Thanks to this power/weight ratio Sergio says that “Jerry’s performance is phenomenal“. The bike’s wheel base is the same as a stock Harley-Davidson Softail.
The dual fuel tank is made of carbon fiber and looks amazing as it follows the line of the frame beautifully. Each side holds 5.5 litres each which will give you plenty of hours of riding. The bike will cost about$48K and the production run will only be 50 bikes. Head over to Sbay’s website HERE to see what else they have going on.