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.
- The 1923 Ace XP4 is a perfect example of the combination of performance and aesthetics Nesbitt hopes to achieve with the Bienville Legacy Project.
- Twin ISR Calipers are mounted on the girder fork during the preliminary stages of the 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.
- Carbon fiber girders will serve as both the fork and swingarm on the Bienville Legacy Project.
- JT Nesbitt returns to motorcycle design after an eight-year hiatus with the Bienville Legacy Project.
- The Bienville Legacy Project begins to take shape on the drafting board.
- A composite drawing shows the potential flow of JT Nesbitt's Bienville Legacy Project.
- American motorcycle designer JT Nesbitt aims to continue the evolution of the American superbike in his Bienville Legacy Project.
- The liquid-cooled, 90-degree V4 designed by Brian Case will be supercharged for the Bienville Legacy Project.