Last Saturday was the premiere of the Mama Tried Show. Curated in an abandoned warehouse close to the Harley museum in Milwaukee. Mama Tried show looked like it was a big one! Bummed we missed it but there’s always next year. Spotted a bunch of crazy bikes from all over. Would have really liked to have met Scott, Warren Jr. and crew! We did however see a rad FXR that stood out among the crowd. It was @fxrfriday’s bike with our 15″ Stiletto Shocks. He fitted the machine with spiked ice tires and ran out there with the pros! Again really bummed we missed that! Here are some pics we poached from HD Forums. Better make sure you check this one out next year and good for you if you managed to get out to Milwaukee this year.
We are proud to announce we will be premiering our Cafe Tail Sections by custom painted by Death Spray Customs at The 1 Moto Show in Portland. We plan on promoting each tail section at events throughout the year. Each tail section will be raffled off one by one until the end of the year. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Ride For Kids benefiting the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation®.
Please consider donating $1.00 to our Pledgie fundraiser campaign. For every $1.00 donation, you will be entered to win a FREE Burly Brand T-SHIRT. Donate $5.00, get 1 entry into the Cafe Tail Section Raffle. The last drawing will be held on Nov. 3, 2014. Visit us at burlybrandblog.com.
More details coming soon!
Burly Brand Stiletto Shocks come stock with Red Bottom Springs. In this video we demonstrate how to remove the bottom springs for paint or powder coat.
The MotoLady Anniversary was a blast! Great people, music, food and a bad arse raffle! It was held at he Deus facility in Venice with catering help from some of the Venice Motorcycle Club crew. There was some good stuff in the raffle, spotted a killer custom painted Biltwell Helmet and other great parts like our Cafe Sportster Tail Section and Slammer Kit.
The MotoLady website is about to hit it’s 3rd birthday. The soiree will be held at Deus Ex Machina USA on Saturday, January 25th at 7p for live music, BBQ, booze, bikes, and a amazing raffles! No charge to attend and plenty of bike parking!
Here’s a pic of my 2010 sportster! 4 weeks ago it was totally standard and is a work in progress. The first thing I did was buy a Burly Brand Slammer Kit. Lowering the front 2″ and putting the 10.5″ rear shocks has really made the bike look mean. I’m really pleased with your product the only thing I’m sad about is not having a US postcode so I can get one of your FREE Burly Shirts.. If you can point me in the direction of getting one in the UK I’d really appreciate it.. Again many thanks on a badass product… Jase
Thanks Jase, we’ll wrap our heads around how to get promo shirts out to the UK for you! Thanks for the support!
Jamie’s Customs does some great work! Recently they have been working one a Sportster Cafe project that uses our Cafe Sportster Tail Section, MX Style Pegs and 15″ Stiletto Shocks. We are really digging what they have gong one. Especially the taillight hoop tail section they modified. Check out the photos, more info to come!
Cycle World did a cool feature on our Extended CABLE/LINE Kits for Sportsters.
Here is a Screenshot and link:
Cruised out to the Riverside Art Museum (RAM) last Sunday the 22nd for the Women’s Moto Exhibit opening. We rode from Anaheim, CA approximately 40 miles on the brisk and bumpy 91 fwy. Traffic was backed up on the freeway from the exit leading into the city center. You would have thought it was a Saturday night with so many people on the streets.
Luckily we snagged some parking on the lawn in front of the Museum and in true biker fashion found our way to the FREE beer within the first 2 minutes. With good beer in hand and cool people/friends to talk to, the exhibit was most enjoyable. It’s sometimes difficult to find something you can take your girlfriend or mother to that is motorcycle related. This is a slam dunk!