The America GT's bad-boy image could come from the motorcycle's long, low, lean look, or its beefy radial-shod wheels sporting high-end brakes, or its plethora of machined billet aluminum components, or its 113-cubic-inch torque-monster motor. Instead, all of these noteworthy items connive to make the Confederate America GT one of the most unique production bikes that anyone can buy. Well, anyone with a fat checking account. Confederate Motorcycles, Inc. doesn't manufacture one-size-fits-all, off-the-rack motorcycles sold in volume. Nor does the Louisiana-based company sell only one-off boutique customs at astronomical prices. The America GT falls squarely in the middle -- with just enough stylistic exclusivity and, at $29,995, pricey enough to keep the riffraff away. Call the GT an off-the-rack custom.