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Knockout Motorcycle Seek Mechanic/Fabricator

Friday, October 28, 2011
Knockout Motorcycle Co.
Our friends over at Knockout Motorcycle Co. sent over this email yesterday about a little position they have open with their company. Ralph Randolph and crew are looking for a head mechanic/fabricator. Knockout is one of the hottest shops around right now. Not only do they build fantastic ground-up, one-off custom motorcycles, but they’ve been building specialty bikes for Lorenzo Lamas Cycles as well. I heard mention of a possible production bike coming soon, too. They’ve done plenty of celebrity builds in the past, did a stint on an online TV series called “WarBikes – Kickstarting History” where they created custom motorcycles inspired by historic military war planes, and right now are busier than ever. So if you’ve got the skills, here’s your chance to shine. Ralph is a talented, honest, hard-working ex-military man, so he’ll give you a fair shake. Just don’t waste his time if you’re not skilled and devoted. Knockout is located in Mesa, Arizona. If you’re interested, check out the requirements below.

We are looking for an additional veteran bike builder with a minimum 5 years experience that is able to fabricate, highly skilled welder with TIG and MIG, steel, aluminum etc. Mechanical knowledge to work on all types of Harley Davidson type V-Twins a must. Electrical knowledge of wiring motorcycles, tuning and diagnosing problems. A good track record of experience building and fabricating custom motorcycles in general. Experience with Knuckle Heads, Pan Heads, EVOs and Twin Cams a plus. The person we are looking for must also know their way around computer programming for tunes and able to also order parts while knowing what parts need to be ordered. New hire must be a team player that is willing to go the extra mile. Please contact Tony at Knockout Motorcycle 480-606-2340 or send a message to him at adimillo@knockoutcycles.com. Resume with references required.
Post Tags: Knockout Motorcycle Co., Ralph Randolph, Knockout Head Mechanic Fabricator
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