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2010 Roehr 1250sc First Ride Photo Gallery

Motorcycle USA takes a ride on this homegrown Roehr 1250sc American Superbike in a time when "Made in USA" is rare in the Motorcycle industry. Read the full story in our 2010 Roehr 1250sc First Ride.

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The Roehr produces almost 170-hp and 100 lbs-ft of torque, though hits the redline at a very-low 10,000rpm.
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The Roehr's styling is a cross between a 916-era Ducati and Yamaha R1.
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Brembo brakes and Ohlins forks grace the front of the American-made machine.
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The good ol' Red, White and Blue fits well in the Roehr logo.
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Single-sided swingarm definitely looks the part.
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The tail-section is designed by Roehr in-house and wraps around a set of under-seat exhaust.
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The canyon backroas is where the Roehr 1250 is most at home.
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The under-seat dual exhaust are from a Yamaha R1.
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Marchesini wheels come standard on the Roehr 1250C and are high-quality pieces.
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99.5 lbs-ft of torque make this easy on the Roehr.
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The Bi-Metal frame blends chrome-moly and aluminum.
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In the market for a unique, American-made sportbike? Say hello to the Roehr 1250SC.
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Track duty isn't where the Roehr is best, but that isn't to stay the occasional track day is out of the question. We just would want to race it...
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...that isn't to stay passing is impossible on the 1250SC.
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2010 Roehr 1250sc First Ride