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Brass Balls Bobbers






Brass Balls Bobbers are built by Darwin Motorcycles, LLC. "The above average bikes for the average Joe". Brass Balls Bobbers are built in a 10,000 square foot facility by builders and fabricators with over 60 years combined experience, utilizing modern manufacturing processes and equipment, headed up by a former TOP FUEL CHAMPION & Master Builder (Sam Wills) and Creative Mastermind (Dar Holdsworth).

Brass Balls Bobbers are Federally licensed, Kelly Blue Book listed and warranted. "Our commitment to our customers is to make our bikes very cool, affordable, easy to insure, fun to ride, and built to top quality & safety standards," Dar said. "We encourage our customers to be involved in the development of their bike using our "build your bike" section on our web site http://BrassBallsBobbers.com

A customer can virtually build their bike on-line and submit their build sheet to us to create a Brass Balls Bobber that is uniquely their own. We are committed to a fanatical, satisfying customer experience."

Corporate Headquarters
501 East 15th Street,Suite 102 B
Edmond, OK 73013

Manufacturing Facility
13613 Eskridge Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73114

Phone: 405.270.0995

Fax: 405.359.5956

EVOLVE@DARWINMOTORCYCLES.COM
...TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT ON BIKERNET...

 


Brass Balls Onnit Bike Free For Troops
By Keith Ball
Any active duty military member, reservist or veteran can sign up for free at the link below to be registered for free to win the bike. No strings attached.
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Brass Balls 2014 Brawler GT

The Latest in a Fine-Handling FXR Configuration

By Bandit with photos by Brass Balls
FXRs are coming back under the signage of the only two custom bike manufacturers left standing in the United States, Brass Balls and Big Bear.
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The All-New Brass Balls Cycles LED Headlight

For the Supreme Custom Look Coupled to the Best Visual Technology

By Bandit with photos from Brass Balls Cycles Staff with vintage shots courtesy of the Bob T. collection
This just in from Brass Balls Cycles. They recently created a custom LED headlight for the bike market. “I wanted something containing LED technology,” said Dar Holdsworth, the boss of Brass Balls. “The light they throw out is amazing in a couple of respects. Not only does it light the road like never before, but the oncoming car visibility is enhanced yet not glaring.”
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HORSE, Bikernet, Brass Balls Sub Sweepstakes Build Part --Screw it, the Final Episodes

My Babe Returns, and this Chopper Became a Roller--it's all good News

By Bandit with photos from the Brass Balls Headquarters
The First Subscription Sweepstakes from the HORSE, where you have a chance to win a Brass Balls Chopper at the SmokeOut. This contains the final sizzling bike build episodes.
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HORSE/Bikernet 2010 Sweeps Bike Build Part 5

Pipes, Machined Parts, Paughco Springer and Seat Pan

By Bandit with photo by the Brass Balls Crew
The first HORSE sweepstakes bike build by Brass Balls Bobbers and Bikernet. The engine is in the frame, and it's mock-up time.
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HORSE/Bikernet 2010 Sweeps Bike Build Part 4

Rolling toward a roller without Haley

By Bandit, with photos by Dar from Brass Balls
Part 4 in the HORSE/Bikernet/Brass Balls Build for a Lucky Subscriber: Our girl ran off, so we're on the hunt for a new one. See the Paughco frame for the first time.
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BRASS BALLS BOBBERS BUILD FOR HORSE MAG READERS
Attached is the Horse Chopper. We are finalizing mock up and tearing down for paint, powder coat, etc. next week.We may or may not use a glass pack on the exhaust. If we do, it will be a small...
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