Client News: Brass Balls Choppers New 2010 Model 1S Custom Bobber

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Wrinkled Black is the New Black on the 2010 Custom-Production Motorcycle – Model 1S

Darwin Motorcycles, manufacturer of Brass Balls Choppers & Bobbers, just released their latest creation off their company’s 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 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.

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    “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 times that rival muscle cars.”

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 black for the chopper jockey style setters.

The place that the Model 1S diverges from the 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, Baker Transmission, Tauer machine belt drive, D&D Performance Enterprises’ exhaust, Metzeler tires and Excel controls.

The sano motorcycle is stripped of excess components and delivers a comfortable and aggressive ride. The cockpit feedback is controlled by an analog speedo that delivers the mph numbers.

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