Around the corner, or
around the world?
can build your motorcycle in any color you choose, and accessorize
it with really cool bling from our extensive line of optional
features. Bags, windshields, racks, spotlights, chrome...we
can do it all!
Where can I buy one?
We sell factory direct, and we'll ship right to
your front door. The bike will be ready to ride when you
Follow our adventures, musings, and
other generally cool motorcycle-related stuff on the CSC blog!
Check out the bike we are bringing to
you next! A 250cc adventure touring motorcycle! The
CSC RX-3 Cyclone!
Check out our CSC Cyclone page with action videos
by clicking here!
here for the latest updates on the new CSC Cyclone!
Keep an eye on the CSC blog for updates on our
newest CSC motorcycle...a 250cc water-cooled dual sport adventure
touring bike! Approved by the US EPA, this is an incredible deal on
an incredible motorcycle!
Yep, you read that right. These bikes sell for $3,495
This is a lot of motorcycle for $3,495: Water-cooled,
fuel-injected, overhead cam, counter-balanced engine, disk brakes,
adjustable suspension, 6-speed transmission, rack, luggage, electric
start, engine guards, full instrumentation, all the road amenities,
a shop manual, a 2-year warranty, and the list goes on.
you need to do is call us (909 445 0900) and tell us the color you want. The
CSC Cyclone has completed the US certification process, and they'll
be here in late February!
We not the only ones talking about how great the
new CSC RX-3 Cyclone is. Check out the stories on this
exciting new motorcycle in ADVPulse, ADVMoto,
Paul H. Smith of ADVMoto
magazine carving canyons on Angeles Crest Highway!
Rob Dabney of ADVPulse
magazine wringing out the CSC Cyclone in Sheep Canyon!
Brasfield's incredible photo of Tom Roderick riding the CSC
Cyclone for the Motorcycle.com
Got questions? Hey, that's
expected on something new like this! Give us a call at
909 445 0900 and we'll answer them. Please keep an eye
on our blog,
too, where we're discussing all the topics associated with this
exciting new motorcycle! If you want to see the CSC Cyclone's
click here. Curious about who Zongshen is? We
know Zongshen well, they are a great company, and
you can read about Zongshen right here. Want to compare the CSC Cyclone to other
bikes? Hey, don't take our word for it...check out the reviews
Our CSC-150 and CSC-250
Here's another beautiful bike...a 250cc
P-51 headed to the Lone Star State! Whoa, these colors
just flat work!
hand-painted gold leaf Mustang logo on a recent custom P-51 motorcycle
in gun metal gray! These colors really stand out!
Another dynamite CSC motorcycle in
our aggressive AgGreen custom color combo! Nothing runs
like a CSC motorcycle!
And another custom P-51 that was
supposed to be the Boss's bike, but once it went on the CSC blog, the
offers started pouring in! This bike sold within minutes
of appearing on our blog!
bike above with its World War II aviation theme sold within minutes of appearing on
our CSC blog...but we can build a custom motorcycle any way you
like...give us a call!
here to see more CSC customs!
A stock 250cc P-51
asked and we delivered! More power? No problem! We
recently introduced our new 250cc SOHC counterbalanced engine in the
exciting new P-51 CSC! Here's one in red...and we have several
other colors available!
Ready to ride anywhere
in the world!
we rode our CSC 150 motorcycles all the way to Cabo San Lucas and
back during the hottest time of the year as part of our engineering
development program. These bikes are tough, and they'll go the
Is it street legal?
You bet! Our bikes are fully street legal in all
50 states! We're approved by DOT, CARB, and the EPA!
We've had great press...read about
us and original
Mustang motorcycles in Motorcycle Classics magazine!
So who are we, and what's the story on
these magnificent little motorcycles?
We're CSC Motorcycles, we're located in southern
California, and our bikes are designed and assembled right here in
the good old USA.
We've been in business making performance V-twins
and accessories for about 30 years. CSC Motorcycles came
into being when the Boss bought a 1954 Mustang to restore for his
father. That little bike had sat unused for years when he
bought it back to our factory, but after cleaning out the gas tank
and the carb, it fired on the first kick. Our customers
were so fascinated with that little Mustang that we decided to
design and build the bike Mustang would be making today if they were
still in business. In the photo above, that green motorcycle
with the yellow wheels is our original '54 Mustang, and the red bike
is one of our brand new CSC 150 motorcycles.
We offer four models and each is available in
either a 250cc or a 150cc version.
The Classic is available in six colors. It's
our standard bike, but there's nothing "standard" about
these little marvels. The Classic is one of our best
deals. Oh, and we sell a lot of accessories, too. Take a
look at this highly accessorized Classic...
The Greaser is our bad boy bike. The Greaser
is painted flat black with gloss red wheels and wide whitewall
tires. It's the hot rod look, and it really works on
this bike. The Greaser is one of our best-selling bikes.
The Military Series bikes are available in either
OD green or desert camo, and the look is visually arresting.
The Boss rides an OD green Military Series bike, and it draws a
crowd wherever we go. In fact, all of our bikes do that, but
the Military Series bikes do it even more. We've got some
really cool accessories for the Military Series, too, like
saddlebags constructed from .50 cal ammo cans.
We originally created the Babydoll for our female
riders, but a funny thing happened...women buy all of our bikes in
about equal numbers, and we've had a few guys buy the Babydoll
because they like the look. It's a cool two-tone pink and
white with a silver seat and whitewall tires.
Like we said above, any of the above models are
available with either the 150cc or 250cc engine.
Oh, one more thing...we do many, many custom
bikes. We also offer the CSC "Basic" with a primer finish
on the tank and fenders because many of our customer want to paint
the bike in their own colors. We do a lot of custom work,
too. Make sure you check out our Factory