PCMD has basically 2 designs working out. The Dragster, which is their basic model and the specail upmarket SP1. The Dragster concept was created by Hector Valdes, the company’s Concept Designer and Managing Partner and completed on CAD by Charles More, the company’s Technical Supervisor. By the start of 2007, their concept became a prototype. This is the new breed of American V-twin cruiser! This is not a bike, its a PANTERA!
The Dragster design has Cradle-less tubular frame with an internal oil circulating system within its backbone, a one piece billet aluminum swingarm with fully adjustable monoshock.
The frame is of Carbon Steel with Stainless/Titanium finish powercoat. The cradle for the battery, License plate mount, forward control arms & base and the swingarm are made of Aluminum. The 4 gallon tank, swept Headlight are a composite of Carbon Fiber & Aluminum while the fenders are of Carbon Fiber composite. The Exhaust pipes are of course made of stainless Steel. You can choose to finish of the bike tank, fenders & headlightin in your favoirate colour with the given options of Midnight Black, Candyapple Red, Candy Blue, Charcoal Grey or Bronze but it has to be a single colour, no dual tones.
It has a digital tacho & speedometer. Weighing at 250 kg, it has a long wheelbase of 72 inches, the rake angle is 26 degrees, the seat height is 27 inches with a ground clearance of 6 inches.
The Dragster (base model) is retailed at $ 44,500 and the 2006 SP-1 (Package includes 280MEZ rear and 3D Contour Wheels) is retailed at $ 48,750 (ahem!). Sure its a steep price, but look at the finish, will ya? Not to mention the engine and bicycle parts.
Upgrade options include custom paint tank, fenders & headlight. Passenger package includes Rear Peg Kit and Back seat passenger back support attachment.