Joint Venture Between Leroy Thompson and Darwin Motorcycles

darwinmotorcyclesleroythompson1 Not surprisingly a wave of small custom motorcycle companies agreements, consolidations, joint ventures just started in the industry. After an agreement between Indian Kiwi and Klock Werks, it’s now the turn of Leroy Thompson and Darwin Motorcycles (Brass Balls Bobbers) to join forces to weather a stormy economy and make their respective businesses more profitable to build a steady future. Scott Webster of Leroy Thompson prefers to design and fabricate intricate motorcycle parts and one-off bikes but considers himself a poor marketer. Dar Holdsworth at Brass Balls Bobbers builds limited edition reasonably priced motorcycles and is more inclined in marketing and promotion. So, under the signed deal Darwin Motorcycles will market wholesale and retail the Leroy Thompson line of parts and of course use them on its builds.

9 Responses to “Joint Venture Between Leroy Thompson and Darwin Motorcycles”

  1. 1 Scott Webster Jul 24th, 2009 at 12:52 pm

    Wow, I also consider myself a porn star but no one mentioned that!
    The joint effort is both exciting and a perfect compliment of the resources both companies offer to each other. There was a bit of missing info, as stated in our soon to be released press rel that is clearly not here or even published yet…silly Cyril…I do still love you but man!

    We here are thrilled as heck to work with Brass Balls and Dar and his staff and cant wait for his taking over our parts distribution and sales. This merger will allow for a more focused ability on my end for R&D and shop time and let Dar and his team focus on developing a more efficient distribution of our parts line. We are also excited to announce the entire new product line from Leroy Thompson to debut at the AMD show.
    I will have formal press release on Monday detailing all the details.

    Until Monday …have a great weekend all and enjoy my “poor Marketing”….

    Im not at all upset infact I find this amusing…

  2. 2 James(kiwi) Jul 24th, 2009 at 4:22 pm

    Good luck,I hope you go well.
    Or for the porn star side of the business,go hard……lol

    James (Kiwi)

  3. 3 James(kiwi) Jul 24th, 2009 at 6:02 pm

    Good luck,I hope you go well.
    Or for the porn star side of the business,go hard……lol

    James (Kiwi)
    Ooops, should have added good post! Waiting for the next post!

  4. 4 Indian Jimmy Chung Jul 25th, 2009 at 7:03 am


    It is really great something joint venture Dar & Leroy Thompson.for Choppermania…
    It shall be great oppertunity for everyone…..It shall be real….
    Hope to be great something in this industry..

    Indian Jimmy Chung

  5. 5 Mike Kiwi Tomas, Kiwi Indian Motorcycles Jul 25th, 2009 at 8:14 am

    Congrats to you both. You both have great products and are great guys and the joining makes excellent sense. Scott is a very talented designer and hands on manufacturer and both of you will excel.I know what you are both capable off so rev it up and get rolling. Kiwi leaf spring front ends as an option on Dar’s bikes, that cool. Scott, you were always a porn star in my eyes mate

  6. 6 Jim C Jul 25th, 2009 at 9:35 am

    It is always good to see something positive happening. I am glad to see these 2 companies working together to help each other grow stronger. Partnerships of any kind can be a struggle but if the parties involved keep their eye on the prize and work on working together,a partnership can be a good thing. Best of luck to each of you.

  7. 7 Brenda Fox Jul 25th, 2009 at 10:42 pm

    Great connection & congrats.
    With the talent and history of the both of you your partnership will have you carving a road of success!

  8. 8 USA Jul 27th, 2009 at 9:41 pm

    I’m glad I’m a man of my on.

    Let’s ride

  9. 9 Dylan Robb Jul 29th, 2009 at 6:25 pm

    Good to see
    only hope Australia follows the trend, Im one of those one off builders with no marketing skills and yep you geussed it no cash! It will be great to see what you come up with Good luck guys

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