Sucker Punch Sallys makes some clean rides, so we can’t wait to see what they bring out at the Cincy V-Twin Expo.
Sucker Punch is continuing to grow and expand their dealer operations and will be launching three new bikes at the V-Twin expo. One, dubbed “The Workingman,” is going to be very similar to The Traditional but with a DNA Springer, Ultima transmission and solid color paint. It lists for $18,995 but comes with a $1000 dealer incentive rebate program, so final retail price is $17,995.
The second bike to debut at the V-Twin Expo will be a Sucker Punch Sally’s Sportster frame that has been built out in the Sucker Punch Sally’s old school racer style. It features an S&S 100-inch Sportster motor and numerous custom Sucker Punch Sally’s parts. You will also get to see the Triumph Thruxton that SPS customized for Fender Guitars. It features a Sara Ray paint job and a café racer feel.
In addition, Sucker Punch Sally’s will be unveiling their two new bikes “Love” and “Hate.” These are two prototype production bikes that are sure to turn heads. They will be offered on a limited basis through our dealer network with the idea being that some people want a full-blown production custom. These two bikes, designed by Ami James and Christian Clayton, are sure to be a hit. Christian and Ami will be making appearances across the country at selected Sucker Punch Sally’s dealerships. The Love Hate bikes will feature custom frames, custom cast parts, custom cut billet wheels and the new 360 Brakes.
Remedy Productions will be filming all weekend, so anybody headed to the Cincy show be sure to stop by booth #2639 and say hi to Christian and the crew and see the new bikes and let us know what you think of SPS. Sucker Punch Sallys is also proud to be a part of the Limpnickie booth #2619 and will have parts listed in their new cooperative catalogue.