STROUDSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA – Mash Motor Company is the first, and only, motor vehicle manufacturing company to combine the look and feel of a classic American Hot Rod with the timeless thrill of a motorcycle in a completely customizable, made-to-order, autocycle.
CEO and Founder of Mash Motor Company, Ben George, has spent his entire life building hot rods, motorcycles and other vehicles. In 2009, he had an epiphany as to why he should have to choose between his 1931 Ford Model A or his Harley Bobber to take out on a joy ride… why couldn’t he have both?
Meet the Alpha. The Alpha was designed with the car enthusiast and commuter in mind. With a timeless design that has been honed over the course of 10 years, the Alpha provides the first all-weather autocycle with the ability to create a completely unique vehicle through unlimited customization. The result? A one-of-a-kind vehicle that is completely unique to the driver’s personality.
Since retiring from the military, where he honorably served as a P-3 aircraft commander, Ben worked to create the perfect combination of the classic American Hot Rod and the thrill and power of the Big Twin Harley Davidson. Through his hard work, diligence and pure passion, he completed 3D prototyping and is working towards building three functioning prototypes of the Alpha.
The Alpha will be available in three models: the coupe, the roadster and the convertible. This side-by-side two-seater is the first of its kind to offer a fully enclosed cabin as well as cargo space. This not only makes it more comfortable, but practical for everyday use. With an estimate fuel efficiency of around 45 mpg, it even positions itself as the perfect commuter vehicle.
Every vehicle will be 100% handmade in the United States. To support the growing demand, Mash plans to expand their existing office and production space by building a 20,000-sq ft manufacturing facility. This will create countless job opportunities for those in the Pocono Mountains who have experience in technical skills.
With only a driver’s license required to operate, it won’t be long until we see the Alpha on major highways and backroads across the country.