Jeff Nicklus, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Desperado Motorcycles just gave me a heads up on his intention to sell Desperado Motorcycles. Below his official statement.
“I have entertained the possibility of selling Desperado Motorcycles for several years now, and in light of some recent developments I have decided to move forward with that sale. I have so many other demands of my time and energy with the requirements of my one-off motorcycle design and manufacturing company, Jeff Nicklus Customs LLC, and I have just inked a three (3) year national sponsorship agreement to campaign two (2) new NHRA professional category cars through Nicklus Performance Works, my other interest, I simply do not have the time to dedicate to Desperado Motorcycles the way it deserves.
Nicklus states. “I have retained ownership of Desperado Motorcycles in hopes that my son, Conrad, would someday step into my shoes here. However, with his recent major change in college to Pre-Med, his taking over the company is no longer a possibility. Add all these factors together, along with the fact that I am 61 years old, it is time to sell Desperado Motorcycles”. Nicklus continues. “Desperado Motorcycles is a debt free company therefore I am offering the company turnkey. The sale will include our 6-acre, 6-building income producing property, all Trademarked names including, however not limited to, Desperado and Desperado Motorcycles, the entire manufacturing facility, trucks, trailers, manufacturing processes, all proprietary designs, all proprietary parts, drawings, templates, furniture, fixtures, inventory, tools and equipment. Naturally, Desperado Motorcycles will remain in operation and attend our scheduled motorcycle events until such time as the new owners are in place. Please note that Jeff Nicklus Customs LLC and/or Nicklus Performance Works are not a part of this offer.” Jeff Nicklus, Desperado Motorcycles. (for any information contact Frank Howard 281-259-0550.