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  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

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  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

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  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

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  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

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  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon detail

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  • Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon side

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Falcon Motorcycles Black Falcon – Click above for high-res image gallery

One of these days, we're going to make it down to the Quail Motorcycle Gathering. Aside from being a Mecca for the two-wheel set, the venue also serves as the backdrop for numerous debuts. This year, Falcon Motorcycles pulled the sheets back on its latest creation – the Black Falcon. The machine started life as a legendary Vincent Black Shadow that had been converted into a drag racer and lakebed heathen.

After a year of work by a six-man crew, the bike has transcended mere transportation. The blueprinted engine now produces a full 75 horsepower thanks to lightened, balanced internals, and a set of massive brakes sourced from the locomotive sector stand ready to bring the party down from its 140 mph top speed.

There isn't a single piece of the Black Falcon that hasn't been broken down and re-engineered to perform and look better than the factory ever intended. Falcon even constructed two tanks for the machine – one for road travel and smaller, one-gallon piece for racing duty. We're completely smitten. Head over to Bike Exif for a full rundown on the creation, and be sure to check out this beautiful machine in our high-res image gallery.

*Update: Video can now be found after the break.


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