Originally posted by Buck Lovell on Sunday, 08 January 2012 in Buck Lovell's - American Biker Blog
SUCKER PUNCH SALLYS RETURNS…..
Sucker Punch is making a come back for 2012! Founded in 2002, Sucker Punch Sally's will continue design and build their traditional bike style motorcycles and provide riders with some of the best bobbers and chopper style turn-key two wheelers at reasonable prices. The old school no-nonsense style of bikes that kick started (no pun intended) Sucker Punch Sally's are the bikes they will be building for 2012, only now with the convenience of modern manufacturing practices. The Traditional and the oh so bitchin "66 Bobber" both received motorcycle industry awards in 2007 and are the two models that the company was founded with. Sucker Punch Sallys has the capability to build 100 bikes a month at their manufacturing facility in Scottsdale, AZ, including the widely anticipated "Swinger." The SPS model line now consists of six different models with the addition of the stealthy "Slim" and the retro-styled "Hot Rod." Sucker Punch Sally's dealer network will continue to expand throughout the U.S. and will showcase the wide variety of bikes available. The distinctive style and quality of the SPS motorcycles should carry it successfully into the foreseeable future. This writer has a very high opinion of the SPS motorcycles. A turn key Chopper? I want one. I can't seem to get my project bike finished. I've been trying to build a copy of the kick start only, Panhead Chopper I owned a rode in 1968. I have 90% of the parts but can't seem to get the thing finished. I'm only lacking a motor and would like to use an S&S Panhead product, but the price is a bit steep for my budget. My wife asks "you aren't going to ride that thing are you." My response is "you bet your sweet bippy I am." Maybe I'll end up with an SPS Chopper!!