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Vidcast: Bob Kay Inteviews Dar Holdsworth – Part 1

Bob Kay of Bikernet Studio interviews Dar Holdsworth and talks about manufacturing the award-winning bobber line. Dar started in the business by building a bike for his Dad. His partner Sam Wills builds the motorcycles and is a chassis builder as well as a distinguished Top Fuel Bike builder, tuner and rider. The future for
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Vidcast: Dar's Interview Part 2

Bob Kay of Bikernet Studio interviews Dar Holdsworth of Brass Balls Bobbers. They chat about quality, dealer network, and new motorcycle designs for later 2009.

Vidcast: Sam Wills Talks Frame Building

Sam Wills, Master Fabricator for Brass Balls Bobbers, builds the custom-production bobber motorcycles for Darwin Motorcycles. He talks about how the frames are manufactured and what makes them different from the ordinary.

Introducing Our Classic Bobber

Darwin Motorcycles New Classic Bobber Our new 2008 motorbike from Brass Balls Bobbers just got a new name… The Classic Bobber. It was photographed by Michael Lichter and is now ready for primetime. It’s available with three types of engines including the Crazy Horse V-Plus, Harley-Davidson 80 inch, and S&S 96 inch. Our Classic Bobber
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Our Super Bee Takes IronWorks Cover

The Super Bee Looks Marvelous The yellow Super Bee Digger from Brass Balls Bobbers takes the cover of the May / June edition of IronWorks Magazine. On page 54 and 55 the “85 Digger,” the Tattoo Bike and the Super Bee Digger are all highlighted.

Darwin Motorcycles Sponsors Kart Team

Darwin Motorcycles Goes Racing Darwin Motorcycles has become primary sponsor for 2 Brothers Racing Karts for the 2008 season. The new team is called Darwin Motorcycles Race Team. Hot shoes representing the team are racers Will & Jack Holdsworth. Darwin Motorcycles Race Team is online and publishing news, results and pictures at the team’s new
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Would You Like Pipes With That?

Publication: BigTwin Insert – Dealernews Author: Dennis Johnson When Toyota went shopping for young car buyers for its Scion brand, it took the natural route into the pocketbooks and minds of Generation (Put-a-Letter-Here) – a computer screen. Potential Scion owners need only go online or to a kiosk in a Scion showroom to design their
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