Made by hand by the acclaimed German emigre sculptor, Mathias Ende, the Templar chopper is both a machine of awesome power and a work of pure, artistic genius.

Wherever possible, the artist used the tools and methods of a medieval blacksmith in order to fully realize his conception of the machine a twelfth century Templar knight would ride into battle if motorcycles had existed at the time.

Equipped with a 113 cubic inch S&S engine with custom cases, ported heads, steel cylinder stud inserts, a precision-balanced flywheel, a Mikuni HSR48 carborator, a 656 Red Shift racing cam, a Barnett lock-up clutch, and custom oil cooling and exhaust systems, the Templar chopper delivers neck-snapping acceleration proven in competition at Famoso Raceway in Bakersfield, California.