Remember when riding was magical?
We held this thought as we designed the 127 Voodoo: back to basics with modern technology. You, a bare-bones bike, and the wind - and tons of power. One test ride and this bike had a name: Voodoo. Because it evokes the magic of riding!
It looks Sixties - Until it rips your arms off!
With 140 Horsepower and 140 Ft-Lbs of torque, it has a power-to-weight ratio in superbike territory. That's why we also added race-inspired brakes, including dual front 4-piston billet calipers on floating rotors, and a meaty 200mm rear tire. The Sixties also never felt so smooth. What looks like a classic hard-tail is actually a swingarm frame with hidden shocks. And the wide belt-drive primary and final drive belt helps smooth out that power. And while you peer over a beautiful satin black and chrome springer fork, your Dakota Digital instrument cluster provides all the rider information you expect of a modern bike.
It's the Little Things
From the gloss black accents over satin black powder coat, to the subtle sparkling pearl in the battleship gray paint, you appreciate the finer details of a Canadian hand-crafted motorcycle the more you look at it. But this bike isn't just for looking at: It's built to ride!