BBC Devil's Advocate Chopper, Unholy Two-Wheeled Redemption

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Photo: Big Bear Choppers
Enter the Devil's Advocate Chopper from California-based master builders Big Bear Choppers. If a low ride with tons of untarnished American style is the name of your game, then the Devil's Advocate Chopper is definitely one of the best toys money can buy.
Sporting the same impeccable craftsmanship, top-drawer engineering and components and careful assembling, the Devil's Advocate Chopper comes in either carbureted or EFI flavors, to suit each rider.

Powered by BCC-specced S&S V111 engines, the Devil's Advocate Chopper produces 115.8 HP and almost 123 lb-ft of torque (just under 167 Nm), for every type of riding. Want to feel confident on the sharp-turn mountain roads, or simply ride like the wind on the open highway? The Devil's Advocate Chopper comes with an overdrive 6-speed Baker transmission to grant your wishes.

With every detail of the bike engineered, measured and tested “to the tee”, the Big Bear Devil's Advocate also sports zero front end flop or wobble at higher speeds, and can do this without sacrificing ergonomics. Big Bear Choppers claim the Devil's Advocate can be ridden from its native San Bernardino mountains to Sturgis and back and the rider will still feel good in the saddle.

Chrome front end and accents, billet aluminium wheels and details are stock, but the customers can also request optionals, such as the Redemption tank, belt drive, different wheels and any custom paint scheme they might have in mind.

The Big Bear Choppers Devil's Advocate can be yours for the following base prices:

Unassembled Kits

V111 Carb - $35,777 (€27,500)
V111 EFI - $39,062 (€30,025)


V111 Carb - $43,900 (€33,743)
V111 EFI - $47,300 (€26,356).
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