Hardcore Painter

Sucker Punch Sally’s and hardcore painter artist Sara Ray are teaming up to bring you ten brand new custom bikes. Christian Clayton of Sucker Punch Sally’s met Sara Ray at a Barret-Jackson auction, and found that they had many similar interests. Both of Clayton’s grandfathers were WWII bomber pilots and Sara Ray would trade her art for just about anything to do with WWII. Sara Ray specializes in Hot Rods, Pin ups, Rockabilly posters, nose art and World War II scenes.You can see her artwork on record covers, magazines, Fender and Gretsch Guitars, T-Shirts, posters, art/military museums and more. The first bike on which Sucker Punch Sally and Sara Ray collaborated is named “Veni Vidi Vici,” and has already been completed and sold. Her paint jobs have over 100 hours per bike. Sucker Punch Sally manufactures limited edition bikes sold directly to the public. If you are interested in owning one, contact Sucker Punch Sally’s at: (480) 778-9500

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7 Responses to “Hardcore Painter”


  1. 1 Brandon Jun 19th, 2008 at 10:15 am

    Wild paint job. The lady is good.

  2. 2 Dave B. Jun 19th, 2008 at 5:23 pm

    Nice looking work.

  3. 3 Charlie Lecach Jun 23rd, 2008 at 8:32 am

    Sara Rocks !!

  4. 4 psychodrew Jun 23rd, 2008 at 3:54 pm

    Again these are motorcycles.Why would you want to take away from the beauty of a bike by drawing your attention to the paint job.Keep them simple.And you could spend 100 hours on other things for your bike

  5. 5 Rainbow Warrior Jun 27th, 2008 at 1:14 pm

    This lady is quite a painter. What wonderful work Sara!

  6. 6 Charlie Lecach Jun 30th, 2008 at 1:42 pm

    “Again these are motorcycles.Why would you want to take away from the beauty of a bike by drawing your attention to the paint job.Keep them simple.And you could spend 100 hours on other things for your bike”

    This is what custom is all about ! You do whatever YOU want on your own bike and let the others do what they want on theirs, without judging each other. Personnaly, I prefer black bikes with nothing on them and I wouldn’t really like to own a bike like those painted by my good friend Sara. But I can recognize talent when I see it…

  7. 7 Freddie Ferguson Apr 21st, 2009 at 6:50 pm

    “Why would you want to take away from the beauty of a bike by drawing your attention to the paint job.”

    Well, to disturb folks just like you.

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