Brass Ball Bobbers Named Official Bike of Daytona 2011


Oklahoma’s only remaining production bike company, Darwin Motorcycle in Oklahoma City, recently attented Dayton Bike Week in Florida, where they scored an impressive announcement. Their line of bikes, Brass Ball Bobbers, has been named “Official Bike of Daytona Bike Week 2011” by American Iron Magazine and the Daytona Beach Chamber of Commerce. This is a huge accomplishment for the award-winning manufacturer.

“I knew we were in the running for several months, but I also knew there were hundreds of companies vying for this recognition. I never dreamed we would have a shot at it. But the editors of American Iron Magazine rode our bike at Sturgis and loved it. They then road our newly released 69 Chopper at Daytona this year and REALLY loved it. We were voted as the winner by their editorial staff. It is quite an accomplishment and as a company we are very proud of this recognition” said Dar Holdsworth, CEO of Darwin Motorcycles.

Winnning this award means a Brass Ball Bobbers motorcycle will be featured on the cover of American Iron Magazine, plus the bike will be in four different stories in the magazine over the next year. Darwin Motorcycle will build a custom Brass Ball Bobber for Daytona Bike Week in 2011, which will then be raffled off for charity.

“We are honored to have our bike featured in American Iron Magazine. And best of all, the bike we build for Iron Horse Magazine and the Daytona Chamber of Commerce will be raffled off for a good cause!” said Holdsworth.

About James Pratt

I am an Oklahoma based writer, photographer, videographer and adventurer. I love telling stories about people. A motorcycle is my preferred means of travel, and I have over 5,000 hours piloting small airplanes.

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  1. I think that is completely awsome, let’s hear it for Oklahoma!

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