JT Nesbitt - Glory Be the American Superbike Photo Gallery
American motorcycle designer JT Nesbitt aims to continue the evolution of the American superbike in his Bienville Legacy Project.
The enigmatic JT Nesbitt returns to designing motorcycles after an eight-year hiatus and takes aim at returning glory to the American Superbike in his Bienville Legacy Project.
Carbon fiber girders will serve as both the fork and swingarm on the Bienville Legacy Project.
The entire process, from the drafting board to a functional motorcycle, will be filmed by the ADMCi for a feature-length documentary.
A peek at what the gauge of the Bienville Legacy Project will ultimately look like.
Twin ISR Calipers are mounted on the girder fork during the preliminary stages of the project.
JT Nesbitt returns to motorcycle design after an eight-year hiatus with the Bienville Legacy Project.
The liquid-cooled, 90-degree V4 designed by Brian Case will be supercharged for the Bienville Legacy Project.
The 1923 Ace XP4 is a perfect example of the combination of performance and aesthetics Nesbitt hopes to achieve with the Bienville Legacy Project.
A composite drawing shows the potential flow of JT Nesbitt's Bienville Legacy Project.
The Bienville Legacy Project begins to take shape on the drafting board.
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