2009 Confederate B120 Wraith With 15 Miles


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Additional photos of this Confederate B120 Wraith are available here for your perusal.

If the Wraith appeals to you at any level, then we highly recommend you read an excellent two-part story about the model by Jason Cormier of Odd Bike: Part 1 / Part 2. “The Confederate Wraith…emerged from Southern Louisiana like a thundering slap in the face to all that the motorcycle industry held dear. It was an absolute break with tradition, a bold insult to the long-held standards of a conservative industry, and a new way of conceiving of the motorcycle that was unlike anything that had preceded it. It was a product of looking forward while respecting history, a curious mixture of old and new ideas blended into a stunning machine that was as brutal as it was intelligent.”

Introduced in 2007, the B120 generation of Confederate’s distinctive Wraith got its name from a 120 ci JIMS USA Beta series engine that featured dual counter-rotating balance shaft as well as Screaming Eagle cams, pushrods, and valve springs. It was paired with a Confederate-designed 5-speed vertically stacked transmission and put out 125 horsepower / 121 lb-ft of torque at the rear wheel.

The engine is flanked by carbon fiber and billet aluminum, and both wheels are suspended with Penske coilovers – though the front wheel features a distinctive multilink girder setup that was proprietary to Confederate.

The MSRP was $92,500, and Jason notes that roughly 25 B120 Wraiths were built. “Given the hand-crafted nature of the machines, no two B120s are exactly the same. Some have single front brakes instead of a dual disc setup, some have stainless brake rotors while others have carbon composite, some have BST carbon fibre wheels instead of forged Marchesini items, some have open headers while others route the exhaust through the belly pan.”

This example is VIN: 1C9SB29089B908001.

The odometer shows 15.5 miles, all of which were put on by the factory as a validation test ride in 2009.

This Wraith was assembled in 2009, but was kept on display at Confederate headquarters. It was sold to the current owner in 2016 has since been on display at an office in Silicon Valley.

Currently located in Palo Alto, California, this Confederate is offered on a MSO.

Have any B120 Wraith stories or questions about this listing? Let us know in the comments!

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