15
Jan
09

The Ride of Your Life

The Confederate dynamic challenge is to create a living emotive romance between yourself and your individual Confederate machine.

Five priorities were codified to inform our solution at our founding:

I.   Symbiosis
A.  the feel is stable, light, agile and integrative

II.  Breathing
A.  Response is through cerebral and spiritual rather than physical energy

III. Heartbeat
A.  Ride and handling are in perfect harmonious balance

IV.  Muscle Memory
A.  Handlebar, seat and peg feel is over-sensory, over-communicative, deadly accurate and 100% linear

V.  Discipline
A.  There exists no suddenness or anything abrupt concerning change

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3 Responses to “The Ride of Your Life”


  1. 1 Jason
    January 25, 2009 at 11:41 pm

    Vibration is the key to joining man and machine. A simple harmonic motion.We are at the mercy of our atoms.Its the difference between a beating twin and a Clinical four.

  2. 2 Ronald W. Mellish
    February 13, 2009 at 5:24 am

    I LOVE my Confederate America GT! I have loved Confederate Motors, aka Confederate Motorcycles (Inc.) since I first saw the bike in the showroom of an Easyriders dealership in Mt. Clemens, Michigan in the year 2000. I, like Matt, am a trial lawyer now living in the state of New Mexico. I tell everyone who will listen about my Confederate and how proud I am to own one.
    Ron Mellish
    1300 Desert Ridge Dr. SE, Rio Rancho, NM 87124

  3. February 22, 2009 at 5:15 pm

    Confederate creates products that surpass physical sensationalism. Ready to really trip out? Throw your leg over a Confederate handbuilt motorcycle. You will experience a rider’s bliss beyond measure. Enter the zone of divine creation and become one with truth on this masterful machine.


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