Saxon Motorcycle Co. has released its first new U.S. Model in more than a year, the Henchman. The company says the Henchman retains Saxon¹s signature styling and comes with a factory warranty and an impressive parts list all at a reasonable price point.
The Henchman offers some customizable features to help buyers personalize
their rides. With 35 degrees of rake and 1 in. stretch, this 510 lb. rigid
is fairly lightweight, but the four-piston front and two-piston rear Brembo
brakes provide extra stopping power to complement the 1500cc S&S Cycle 96
engine. The bike features a Primo Rivera 6-speed transmission with left-side
chain drive. The Henchman can be customized with either a telescopic or
springer front end.
Customers can choose from several paint colors, but the Henchman's simple
paint job, 200 mm rear tire, sculpted leather spring seat and custom
handlebars work together to give this chopper/bobber a ride that is nimble
and has a stripped-down style.
"This bike has the lowest MSRP of all the Saxon models, but still features
top-of-the-line parts and several option packages to give customers that
custom look without the custom price tag," said Dustin Petty, Saxon's plant
The Henchman starts at $18,900 with the telescopic front end and $19,500
with the springer front end. As with all Saxon models, the bike is backed by
Saxon's customer service pledge and comes with a one year limited warranty.
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