Yes, you read that right, a no-haggle price tag of 78 large with a $12K cash deposit just to get the build-to-order process in motion. So we were compelled to ask Hollinger how he and Reeves could justify an “introductory” price tag with so many zeros on the left side of the decimal point and his response was simple and to the point. “Sure we can make it cheaper. We can also make it more expensive. That figure that we decided on doesn’t even begin to cover the years of R&D, the materials, and prototyping of each special part that went into this bike. If we can sell 50 of them over the course of the year, we’ll be happy. We’re hoping to hit 100 this year and if we can exceed that, even better.” Plans are already underway to add two more models to the KRGT line. It’s hush-hush for now but you’ll see it here when it happens.