Sucker Punch Sally’s To Continue Partnership With Progressive Insurance

spsprogressivebikeSucker Punch Sally’s is continuing its partnership with Progressive Insurance, the country’s number-one motorcycle insurer. Highlights of last year’s partnership included building two Progressive Insurance bikes; designing a co-branded giveaway t-shirt; designing a 28-foot trailer featuring both Progressive and SPS; and appearing together at all 11 IMS Cycle World Motorcycle Shows.

Next year will feature an even bigger, 50-foot trailer showcasing the Sucker Punch style and Progressive. The trailer, along with two new giveaway bikes, will be the centerpiece of the Progressive Insurance booth at the 11 IMS shows across the country. Flo’s Flyer, featured here, one of the Progressive custom bikes built by Sucker Punch Sally’s, will be featured wherever Sucker Punch Sally’s is set up.

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10 Responses to “Sucker Punch Sally’s To Continue Partnership With Progressive Insurance”


  1. 1 Dar - Brass Balls Bobbers & Choppers Oct 7th, 2009 at 5:41 pm

    My compliments to whoever designed this bike. Nice work.

  2. 2 J Oct 7th, 2009 at 6:15 pm

    Pretty cool wheels- are those one-offs?

  3. 3 Dale Oct 8th, 2009 at 9:53 am

    I agree with Dar, nice bike design. Luv the leafspring frontend and the integration of the tank into the panhead. P.S. – Dar your no slouch at bike design yourself!

  4. 4 nicker Oct 8th, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    It’s a Pan………. Looks great by definition…………. 🙂

    -nicker-

  5. 5 jatinder pal Oct 12th, 2009 at 12:59 am

    This bike is very cool looking….

  6. 6 Ted Oct 12th, 2009 at 8:35 am

    I’ve had my Harleys insured with Farmers since 2002. Last year I bought another HD and found that Farmers quit writing new policys for bikes. So I switched my bike insurance to Progressive, then my cars, next will be my house. It’s nice to see an insurance company that is vested in motorcycles. Their team work with Sucker Punch Sallys just makes me feel good.

  7. 7 tracey strain Oct 12th, 2009 at 10:57 am

    nice bike … bad chice of partners… i have been in the repair biz for 26 yrs. and regressive ins is the devil !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! sps will see when , regressive kicks them to the curb, when they get done making them selfs look good ,.using sps .

  8. 8 Christian Oct 12th, 2009 at 1:25 pm

    Thanks guys, certainly my favorite bike we’ve built. Progressive gave me free reign and the result is that the bike was designed in 2 days and assembled in however many hours there are in 35 days for Artistry in Iron, and aside from motor and tranny built completely in house. Guess that’s the part I love best. It was as always a family build and everyone did an amazing job and thanks to Duane Ballard for the amazing leather work and Sara Ray for making my vision in Paint come true. No less than 15 parts were designed and cut on our CNC machine for this bike alone and will transfer as parts through our line, including those wheels J. which were one off for this bike. Extra thanks to Kiwi Mike for building me a super cool front end, modified to the way I like em. Thanks Mike.
    Thanks for the compliments on the bike Tracey, unfortunately we’ve been with Progressive for many years as all know and they have become family and I don’t feel a curb kicking is on it’s way. No bad stories to tell, just a lot of support. Thanks guys.

    Christian SPS

  9. 9 Taco May 16th, 2011 at 2:15 pm

    Christian watched while the builders designed and built it. Nice work Keith!!

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