Just £100,000? That's nothing - Combat describes their Wraith as “the pinnacle of two-wheel artistry.” It must be said that visual differences between the Wraith and the Bomber are limited, but Combat says, “A carbon fibre seat fairing encapsulates a flame-polished acrylic brake lens that encapsulates the Combat nomenclature.” That’s a lot of encapsulation, and the Wraith also features a machined fuel tank and air box, as well as both forward and foot controls. $155,000 (£125,000, before taxes) is required to purchase the Wraith.
I have never been a fan of the lean forward and hump your bike look. It's pretty to look at in an artsy kind of way but no thanks. Would I ride it? Hell yes I would but when no one was looking. Like a fat chick, You ride it but you don't want your friends to see you.