CCM is British motorcycling at its finest — small, lightweight, and with no electronics to separate the rider from the machine. Founded in 1971 by racer and engineer Alan Clews, CCM is celebrating its 50th anniversary with the Heritage '71 Ti, limited to 71 units. Based on the Spitfire, the Heritage '71 comes with CCM's signature frame made from aerospace-grade titanium and a full titanium QD Racing exhaust system. The frame and 64-section exhaust are hand-welded, with the artisan-level work on full display — no plastics or wiring to hide the functional beauty. The billet-machined subframe carries a seat covered in Beluga leather, along with features like adaptive LED lights, Ohlins suspension, and Brembo brakes for the best bike CCM has ever built.