Dar Gets A Cup For His Brass Balls

August 21, 2008

Dar Holdsworth won a cup for third place for his Military-inspred Brass Balls Bobber motorbike.

Dar was gracious and humbled to to recieve an award at the World Championships.

The World Championship of Custom Bike Building began over a year ago with a series of 12 Affiliate shows, covering four continents and an estimated over 2,000 competitors. This year’s show was held at Champions Hall in the heart of Sturgis, South Dakota.

The military Digger represents the arm services of America. It’s painted army green with splashes of vivid colors. It embodies an old skool look with state-of-the-art features. Read the rest of this entry »


Part I – Building A Custom Bobber

August 14, 2008

It Starts With A Frame

You can WIN this Brass Balls Bobbers / IronWorks Magazine giveaway by clicking here for details.

You can’t officially begin a bike project until you’ve got a place to hang all the bits and pieces. That, of course, means you must start with a frame, and that’s where Part 1 of our giveaway project bike begins. Like all of Brass Balls Bobbers’ frames, this essential foundation for our bike is made of hand-bent tubing that’s hand-fit and hand-welded by a team boasting years of experience at this sort of thing.

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Brass Balls Bobbers: Ready To Rumble

August 8, 2008

Yellow Super Bee On Steroids The Super Bee is a tight little Digger that runs a Harley EVO 80inch engine. It sled is so light that not only gets great gas mileage (30-35mpg), it runs like a scalded cat.


This Brass Balls Bobbers’ Digger motorcycle is designed by Dar Holdsworth and created by master builder Sam Wills. Each bobber is made to the specifications of the rider and comes dressed in a Harley-Davidson(R) EVO, S&S(R) Shovelhead motor, or the unique re-engineered Indian(R) Power Plus engine.

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Brass Balls Delivers Sturgis Update

August 5, 2008

Day 2 in Sturgis – Hanging Out At Champions Hall

As the day continues more and more people have found their way into Champions Hall to experience the Official Championship of Custom Bike Building. Their response to the quality of the motorcycles on display has been overwhelming. The motorcycles themselves represent the finest in custom motorcycle building from around the world. From classic retro rides to the most cutting edge industrial and modern designs, these motorcycles are the finest to be found anywhere.

Brass Balls Bobbers Military Digger has received a lot of action from the crowds. It represents the arm services of America and is painted army green with splashes of vivid colors. It embodies an old skool look with state-of-the-art features.

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Meet Dar Holdsworth In Sturgis

August 1, 2008

Going to Sturgis? Then plan on meeting Dar Holdsworth, Chief Designer. Dar will be camped out at Bikernet’s Brouhaha on Friday, August 8, 2008 in the Bikernet Booth located at Thunder Road.

Dar Brings The Award Winning Custom Digger
Dar will be bringing his Military Digger Bobber, which represents the arm services of America. The motorbike is built with some cutting edge components from Metzeler tires to Crime Scene lights and air cleaner. A unique piece of the build is an engine from Crazy Horse, which is called a V-Plus engine. The bike not only looks good, but with the V-Plus it runs like a scalded cat.

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Brass Balls Bobbers’ Tattoo Motorbike

July 30, 2008

The Brass Balls Bobbers’ Tattoo Motorbike is designed to cut through the wind and carve through traffic like a hot knife through butter.

Tattoo Motorbike

The Tattoo sled is full of details that are well thought out and when all to pieces are combined together it makes this bobber a true original.

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THE LOST PICTURES OF MEGAN

July 24, 2008

After moving to new admin offices, the team at Brass Balls Bobbers & Choppers found a number of old photographs of one of our biggest supporters, Megan. Not only did she love how a Brass Balls Bobbers’ Digger felt, she looked good on it too! Checkout our Megan Gallery Set on Flickr. To see the best Bobbers made in the USA go over to www.brassallsbobbers.com.