CLEWS COMPETITION MACHINES (CCM) was founded in 1970 by talented racer Alan Clews. CCM has always been a house that churns out world-class motorcycles. Over the years the company went from success to success and the Alan time as a bike builder was coming to an end so he retired and his eldest son Austin took his place.
Last year on February Clews Competition Machines unveiled their Spitfire model and it was something unique, receiving a crazy amount of response from all bikers around the world. The 150 limited models that the company put it in the market was sold in no more than 7 days. Clearly, the Spitfire was a huge success for the company.
It uses a liquid-cooled DOHC 4-valve engine and produces 55 bhp with 43 ft-lbs of torque, the ready-to-ride weight of the bike is just 139 kilograms (306 lbs) so the performance of the Spitfire is really up there. The Spitfire was designed to have a sporty, upright riding position with wide handlebars for excellent maneuverability and a seat with room for just one like most motorcycles should be. The price of this piece of art motorcycle is around 13.800$. A timeless work of art, one that moves you and your soul with absolute elegance and craftsmanship. These bikes come in scrambler, bobber and café race form to suit all tastes.