Saxon 1600 CROWN 2011

Hogger is a marginal, a real one, one of those always in search of a rocker cover to dismantle, which is perfumed with WD40, and follower of the salad seasoning to the 15 W 50. Of Harleys, he had some . Wide Glides, Cross Bones, Night Train, Rocker…. Like many, he wanted more, deconstructed his bike to make it unique, drawing inspiration from crazy punk parties where strong hallucinogenic products led him into delusions of supreme creations. And then, Saxon arrived in France and got him new shoots.

Between two strokes of the drill and his hundred or so chrome polish weekly, Hogger has found the courage to make an appointment with his banker, just to suffocate him a bit with the new lady he covets. Who is it ? A Saxon, the CROWN. What it immediately liked was its Springer-style parallelogram fork. Very few bikes have one in our world where barrel tubes reign supreme. Then, it is the raw side, authentic, stripped as possible, typical of the Saxons, bordering on neo-modern sculpture that charmed our esthete. Violent in style, the Crown doesn’t bother with notions like comfort or practicality. She wants to be loved for what it is, to make driving feel like no other. His saddle is only present for homologation pretexts, supposedly to satisfy a seat. Spoked rims add to the style, Brembo braking is a guest, and for show off, a big 240 tire always does its job..

There is one that the European laws have calmed the enthusiasm for, it is the big twin S&S. Crossing the Atlantic forces him to lose a dozen donkeys. Its 1573 cm3 still output 85 horsepower at the rear wheel. An anecdotal figure because enthusiasts are more interested in the availability of torque, the sensations and the vibrations on this kind of machine worthy of a trainer in the depths of the US.

The Crown holds a political discourse the exact opposite of motorcycles. Rigid frame, saddle in ‘wood ’and non-existent comfort require you to experience every roughness of the road. Its semi-trailer wheelbase, its convinced weight exceeding 280 kilos and the warlike driving position requires a minimum of conviction. Once your, the Saxon certifies you to own an almost unique object. Far from modern industrialization methods where copies are produced by the millions, Saxon production is akin to craftsmanship, where passion is mixed with a very “60s” style. The rider is back, the Saxon is accompanying him, Hogger could not be happier: no more looking for parts and constantly modifying his custom: the 1600 Crown is SA Crown.

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    Model marketed in

    2011

    Performances

    Max speed:
    about 170 km / h

  • Consumption
    medium: 6 l

The technical aspect

Saxon 1600 CROWN 2011

  • Frame
  • Tank: 12.3 liters
  • Wheelbase: 1,880 mm
  • Dry weight: 283 kg
  • Train before

Saxon 1600 CROWN 2011

  • Transmission
  • Secondary chain transmission
  • Rear axle
  • Engine
  • 1,573 cc
    (92.1 x 117 mm)
  • 85
    ch
    at 5,000 rpm
  • 12 mkg
    at 3000 rpm

Detached pieces

exhaust
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fluid
electricity

filtration
braking
chain kit

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Saxon 1600 CROWN 2011

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Saxon 1600 CROWN 2011

Saxon 1600 CROWN 2011

Saxon 1600 CROWN 2011

Saxon 1600 CROWN 2011

Saxon 1600 CROWN 2011

Saxon 1600 CROWN 2011

Saxon 1600 CROWN 2011

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