The 2011 Saxon Motorcycle Warlord is a chopper-style motorcycle that is manufactured with skilled workmanship by designers who are experienced and enthusiastic motorcycle riders themselves. The Saxon Motorcycle Company, which was established in 2004, has steadily built a following for its aggressively designed motorcycle models that are now exported to several countries around the world. The company is run by executives who have extensive management and production experience in the field of commercial construction. They have assembled a team of talented craftsman with experience in design and engineering.
The Saxon Motorcycle facility in Gilbert, Arizona is where all aspects of the production process: research and development, paint and powder coating, assembly, quality control, and customer service are conducted. To achieve perfection and consistency in their final product, the company uses a structured assembly process and several quality control procedures. This ensures that their final product keeps on improving year after year.
The 2011 Saxon Warlord is the company's flagship model, and represents the essence of American chopper culture. Equipped with a 1566-cc (96 cubic inch) S&S two-cylinder, V-twin engine, the 2011 Saxon Motorcycle Warlord produces abundant power, providing a cruising experience that no mass produced motorcycle can beat. The hefty engine is mated with a six-speed, manual transmission that makes sure that the ride is balanced yet seductively aggressive. With a seat height of 26 inches, a wheelbase of 81 inches and a high-neck design, the 2011 Saxon Warlord is a true custom chopper. The 2.2-inch narrow tires on the 21-inch front wheel and 8.5-inch rear tires on the 18-inch rear wheel provide excellent grip on the road, while the 11-inch telescopic front suspension makes sure the ride quality is excellent. Even though it is manufactured on a sophisticated production line using the most up-to-date technology, the 2011 Saxon Warlord motorcycle has a design that is inspired by the all-American custom-built motorcycles of years past.