Darwin Motorcycle New Kits And Rollers

From Darwin Motorcycles, home of the Brass balls Cycles, a series of new kits and rollers with the particularity that they are offered in “building stages” giving you the opportunity to buy all components as money is available to you.

For example, for $2650 you can buy the rolling chassis, then later for $6395 all powertrain components, then for $997 the sheet metal followed by the brakes and controls for $1527 to end up completing your bike with all electric components sold $1420.00. Each stage has its own options and of course if you buy the complete Bike Kit in one purchase, you get a discount, total MSRP$12995. To customize your roller, check all your options and know their costs, jump to Darwin Motorcycles.

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15 Responses to “Darwin Motorcycle New Kits And Rollers”


  1. 1 Kirk Perry Dec 10th, 2011 at 9:46 am

    Great idea.

  2. 2 Dave Blevins Dec 10th, 2011 at 10:23 am

    As usual from these guys, good looking stuff that works.
    Hope they sell a bunch of ’em.

  3. 3 Larry R Dec 10th, 2011 at 12:06 pm

    This is where it is at. Thanks for keeping it real!

  4. 4 Bruce Dec 10th, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    Yep, but it has been done before by many builders and distributors.

  5. 5 Dar - Brass Balls Cycles Dec 10th, 2011 at 6:03 pm

    We are offering top quality, primarily American Made components. All the components we use to build our bikes at Darwin Motorcycles are available in the Brass Balls Cycles Kit Phases.

    Racing Innovations or Kraft Tech for Brass Balls frames
    S&S
    Baker
    3Guyz Customs Springer Front End
    Wilwood 4 piston caliper brakes
    Excel Billet Foot Controls
    Jay Brake Hand Controls
    Cycle Electric, Stator, Rotor & Regulator
    Wire Plus, Brass Balls Wire Harness
    Ride Wright Wheels w/ Metzler Tires
    Brass Balls Perfect Seat Pan
    D&D Exhaust
    Motion Pro cables
    Braille Battery
    Spectro Oils

    You get the idea… great components. And you can get them in phases as Cyril stated. So you don’t have to purchase it all at once, just as you need them.

    Thank you for your support and positive feedback. To Cyril and all… Have a great Holiday Season.
    Dar

  6. 6 JC Dec 10th, 2011 at 7:23 pm

    Great stuff as usual Dar, great hanging out with you this past weekend at IMS.

  7. 7 golfish Dec 10th, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    great idea,,,,,

  8. 8 18Bravo Dec 10th, 2011 at 8:29 pm

    I dug your nickel frame last week, man. Excellent bike.

  9. 9 Bill Dec 10th, 2011 at 10:34 pm

    Great offering from a great company. Keep smiling Dar.

  10. 10 Iron Horse Dec 11th, 2011 at 7:38 am

    I like it. Nice proportions and being able to get the parts you need as you need or can afford them is a plus. Just need to work on putting ALL American components in the kit…although, it looks like all the major components are American made. Thanks Dar.

  11. 11 Rogue Dec 11th, 2011 at 8:16 am

    Way to go Dar.
    It sounds like a good way to help people put a ride together and the companies that are supplying you with parts are good as well.
    Have A Great Christmas and even better New Year.
    See Ya In Cincy.

  12. 12 calif phil Dec 11th, 2011 at 9:07 am

    Excellent idea and I also hope you sell a bunch of them, the quality American made parts list in impressive for a low budget bike.

  13. 13 viz Dec 11th, 2011 at 11:24 am

    How bout going even cheaper with a sportster engine and frame kit. Or the option to go with the same size front tire along with the rear?

    Not everyone likes big power and big wheels. 13k is not a bad price but with the other extra work involved, it would exceed that. But who am I? Everyone probably knows that already.

    Can you at least show pictures of each individual item by hovering the cursor to it?

  14. 14 Dar - Brass Balls Cycles Dec 11th, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    Thanks to everyone for your comments. We are working towards all American, and with the exception of just a few small items, we are there. For what we offer and what comes standard on our bikes & kits, I can tell you we do it in a creative way because the profit margins are certainly not what they would be if we used inferior, knock-off components made elsewhere. As it is, the prices on our bikes should be higher. The question is, are bike customers willing to pay possibly 15% – 20% – 30% or more for a bike made of all American components in this economy? I can tell you the American components costs exceed those percentages in most instances. I am a huge proponent of using quality components made here in my Country, but it puts the squeeze on us. Yet we still try.

    Secondly, we are considering a Sportster kit and will have more on that later. Plus some other exciting news about giving your Sportster some sex-appeal… in the works… to come later.

    Small front tire… okay we’ll include it. Just overlooked it. A lot has gone into the the development of the Brass Balls Kits in Phases. I anticipate we will continue to evolve it and what we offer.

    Photos when hovering over the description… great idea. We are planning on that. However, much coordination, photography, design work and programming is involved. We do our web in house to reduce costs and it will take some time to get that done. But we agree with you and will be working towards that.

    J.C. and others, it was great seeing you at the IMS show too. It’s always good to share time with like minded, good natured, creative people who just love bikes and do it for that reason and to support their families. Look forward to more good times together.

  15. 15 jatinder pal Dec 12th, 2011 at 12:43 am

    I like their bikes,period.

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