We mentioned in September that Confederate Motors, a motorcycle outfit featured regularly on this site, was set to change its name to Curtiss in the not too distant future. Well, that not too distant future is here and, with it, the first bike under the Curtiss name. Meet Warhawk. The first bike to carry the Curtiss name in over 100 years, Warhawk is a machined aluminum masterpiece with aesthetic details like a raw aluminum finish, hunter green fenders, and a rich leather seat. Muscle comes courtesy of an air/oil-cooled V-Twin four-stroke engine that helps this metal rocket reach speeds of 165 mph. If you want to get your hands on one of the thirty-five Warhawks produced, you’ll have to pony up a cool $105K, which, all things considered, is a reasonable price to pay to say you ride a Curtiss.