Proudly located in Tennessee, Boss Hoss is sneaking up on 25 years in the business. As its name suggests, the company produces only the most outrageous V-8-powered custom motorcycles and trikes. Want a V-8-powered trike that looks like a ’57 Chevy Bel Air, tailfins and all? That would be the BHC-9 LS3 Trike. And the BHC-9 Coupe Trike bears more than a passing similarity to John Milner’s Deuce Coupe in American Graffiti. Way over the top is the BHC-9 Gangsta Trike, a 1500-lb. three-wheeler powered by a 376-cu. in. engine with a claimed 445 hp. Lacking the dual rear wheels and bodywork of the trikes, the Boss Hoss motorcycle models seem even more audacious. Weighing up to 1100 lbs. dry, and featuring engines from 295 hp to 445 hp, they practically defy comprehension.