Allen Millyard Dodge Viper V10 Motorcycle
Photo credit: Allen Millyard
Allen Millyard always wanted a Dodge Viper V10-powered motorcycle, so he built his own, as only nine Dodge Tomahawk bikes were ever made. Unlike the Dodge Tomahawk, Millyard’s motorcycle is street legal and managed to hit 207 mph. It’s powered by an 8.0L V10 engine sourced from a 1995 Dodge Viper GTS that makes 500 hp and 525 lb-ft of torque, more than enough for a 1,389-pound motorcycle, while a custom secondary ECU map gives the exhaust more grunt.

This isn’t some garage queen either, as Millyard has already put over 9,000-miles on the odometer. Other interesting features are its hand fabricated suspension, which consists of two Yamaha coilovers with car springs, and a custom swingarm, single-speed gearbox, brake system, as well as hand-foot-operated clutch. How much would one of these sell for? Well, for comparison, the Dodge Tomahawk sold for $555,000 USD all the way back in 2003, so your guess is as good as ours.

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