2020 Combat Wraith is the Street Bike of Your Dreams

  • Tuesday 11th August 2020

Coming out of Birmingham, Alabama is the new 2020 Combat Wraith motorcycle. This unique motorcycle comes in as the successor to P-51 Combat Fighter. Like its predecessor, the new Combat Wraith is crafted entirely out of solid billet blocks of military-grade aluminum. Because of this, the Combat Wraith is the most robust, lightweight, fatigue-resistant motorcycle possible.

Powering the Combat Wraith is a 132 cubic inch S&S X-Wedge 56-degree air-cooled V-twin engine. The amount of power it can produce is rated at 145 bhp at 5,100 rpm and 160 ft-lb at 2,000 rpm. When the Combat Wraith’s throttle is wide open, it can reach a top speed of over 160 mph. Now that’s one wicked fast bike. Combat Motors is also offering the Wraith with a 117 cubic inch engine.

We also have some incredible news for the current owners of Combat Motors, Curtiss, or Confederate motorcycles. They’re allowing these current owners an opportunity to trade-in their motorcycle and are giving them the full amount that they paid for it towards a new one, like the Wraith. This is an incredible opportunity that most manufacturers would never think of offering. So, if you happen to be an owner of a Combat Motors motorcycle, there’s no better time than now to get yourself a new ride.

The 2020 Combat Wraith is available to be reserved right now. For more information regarding price, delivery services and more, be sure to click the button below.


About Combat Motors – Continuing the tradition established in 1991, Combat Motors builds strikingly innovative and powerful functioning works of art. We continue to strive to always exceed our client’s expectations and our bespoke design process guarantees this level of personalization from start to finish. Combat Motors delivers a unique riding and ownership experience through an obsession for innovative design, engineering excellence, and dedication to the rider.

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