The Saxon Villain is a motorcycle that is designed to be a cruiser. Even though the Saxon Villain is meant to be a cruiser motorcycle, it has an aggressive look to it that cannot be denied. The new paint jobs available to the bike also add more to the aggressive tone of the motorcycle. It is a bike that would certainly turn heads as it cruises down the highway. It comes with a 1573-cc, air-cooled, V-Twin OHV, four-stroke Engine that’s attached to a six-speed, manual transmission. In other words, the Saxon Villain does come packing a punch and will throw any unsuspecting rider for a loop if they were to goose the throttle. It could go from a simple cruiser motorcycle to an unchained beast in a matter of seconds if that is what the rider desired.
The Saxon Villain also comes with a Telescopic Fork Front Suspension, but the Rear Suspension is a Twin Sided Wing Arm. The motorcycle tips the scales at 625 pounds, making it a light ride, but with plenty of power. It’s a great combination that allows the rider to accelerate rapidly. The Saxon Villain model was actually introduced in the year 2010. It opened to good reviews, hence why Saxon decided to bring in a 2011 model of the motorcycle and beef it up a little bit more. Now, for the 2011 model, the Saxon comes with more color options, accessories, and other new features.
Saxon Motorcycle Company was originally introduced into the motorcycle market in 2004. Saxon had a mission to introduce custom-built motorcycles to consumers, but for a fraction of the cost. This is the Saxon mission and they have been quite successful at completing their mission since 2004. Saxon also wanted to introduce themselves into a market in which they thought was being ran with fragmented manufacturing practices. Therefore, they decided that they were going to build custom motorcycles with both professional management and professional production processes in mind.