This bike was the poster child of Brass Balls Bobbers & Choppers of style and innovation for many years. Bob Kay, Partner at Biker Pros, jumps in for Bikernet TV to conduct the interview. Hear and see more interviews at bikernetshop.com.
In many parts of the country, particularly those with vibrant local economies, automotive ‘gridlock’ is rapidly becoming an unattractive fact of life. This is due to the greatly increased use of single-occupancy automobiles. Increases in automobile usage cannot be sustained without consequences, and this sentiment is beginning to have some resonance among the general public.
An objective analysis of the potential benefits of increased use of motorcycles will reveal that they are an underutilized solution, and that their value as a source of congestion relief is being largely ignored.
Editor’s Note: We like racing because racers and the team around them influence buying decisions. Marianne Guarena crews on her boyfriends race team (Shawn Higbee) and is into action sports. Check out her blog here.
This is a fun 52 entry list…
You Know You’re A RoadRacer’s Girlfriend/Fiancé/Wife/Significant other When…
1. You can change out a shock in a racebike.
2. You have picked up their leathers and team shirts from their sponsors, and are now wanting custom leathers of your own.
3. You know what DZUS clips are.
4. You know the AMA rules and guidelines for each class and regularly monitor any last minute supplemental regulations.
5. You actually have been an umbrella girl even though you swore you’d never do it.
There claim to fame is the new concept introduced at the Laughlin River Run… 2 for 1 – you can have two motorcycles for the price of one.
They have 1 running gear and two body kits that interchange on the rolling frame, complete with two different looks, for the price of one, and if you read OCC pricing , you can have five motorcycles for the price one of there bikes.
Adam Lynch, USMC, headed to Brass Balls HQ in Oklahoma City, OK on May 11th to pick up his new custom-production Digger. While there he joined the Smoke Out Long Road party that had just rolled in from Smoke Out West.
With the evening air filled with the Jasmine Cain Band’s rock and roll hitting like waves from the sea, Lynch shook down his new custom bike and declared it ready to rubble.