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Brass Balls Bobbers Releases 2010 Model 1S

Monday, June 29, 2009
Brass Balls Bobbers softail-style Model 1S Digger Bobber
Brass Balls Bobbers introduces the 2010 Model 1S softail-style Digger Bobber, based on the company's popular Model 1.
Darwin Motorcycles, manufacturer of Brass Balls Choppers & Bobbers, just released its latest creation based off their most successful Model 1 platform: The 2010 Model 1S Softail-style Digger Bobber. It's built off the same concept of the Model 1 with the additional comfort of a hidden rear suspension.

"The Brass Balls' Model 1S is the very essence of our bikes," explained Dar Holdsworth, Brass Balls Choppers' Bossman. "Built for an adrenaline rush, the Model 1S delivers outstanding performance in a Hot Rod inspired-package that accelerates, turns and stops at elapse times that rival muscle cars."

The hidden rear suspension delivers the hardtail look in a softail-style package. Combined with the suspended seat, riders will enjoy miles of compliant suspension that soaks up the bumps and dips in the road.

Just like Henry Ford created the Model T, Dar Holdsworth has created the Model 1S, a 2010 essential bobber that retails at an industry leading $16,995 and comes with everything you need and nothing that you don't. The value priced Model 1S comes in midnight black with wrinkle black tins, antique brass tank badge and wrinkle black or black chrome frame.

Wrinkle black is the new 2010 black for the chopper jockey trend setters.

The place that the Model 1S concept diverges from Henry's Model T is in the performance arena. The new motorbike didn't scrimp on premium components like a Harley-Davidson 80" EVO, NASCAR supplier Wilwood Brakes, Tauer machine belt drive, D&D Performance Enterprises' exhaust, Metzeler tires, Baker Transmission and Excel controls.

The sano motorcycle is stripped of excess components and delivers a comfortable and aggressive ride.

Call 405-270-0995 for Your Model 1S.
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jonhsonn -hi  November 21, 2010 04:15 PM
i want a ride on that cuz u no we like it like that......> thats what the guy on the rap station says?' like whos cares anyway rite?)).....love onn
Jeff Hahn -Model 1S  October 13, 2009 01:04 PM
I bought this bike from Dar last month and couldn’t be happier. I rode it from OK City to St Louis and St Louis to Nashville in a 24 hour time period. The bike rides great, very tight and smooth at 75 mph, everywhere I stopped people came over to have a look see. As an Active Duty Soldier with 24 years of service I was proud to have an American Bike built by a Veteran. My wife likes it so much; she's informed me that we will be heading back to OK City to pick up another bike from Dar and his crew! Brass Balls
Speedjunkie -Good looking bike  August 16, 2009 02:55 PM
This is the essence of the cruiser bike. The right look.