Big Bear Choppers goes two-up

Rear fenders modified to support passenger

By Motorcycle.Com Staff, Aug. 25, 2008
Big Bear Choppers has added a pair of two-up configurations to its fleet.

The Big Bear Lake, Calif. motorcycle maker has modified its Devilís Advocate and Venom ProStreet models to support a passenger.

Big Bear Choppers added a strutted-type rear fender to the Devilís Advocate and Venom to support a second seat with a back rest.

The Devilís Advocate Two-Up ProStreet also has a revised fuel tank, chrome rear belt guard, chrome front fender struts and chrome passenger pegs. Big Bear Choppers' Two-Up Devil's Advocate and Venom run on S&S 100 SMOOTH engines.The two-up Devilís Advocate is available for $33,150 for the Carb version or $35,150 with electronic fuel injection.

The Carb Venom Two-Up retails for $30,150 while the EFI version is available for $32,150.

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