PHOENIX, AZ -- Sucker Punch Sally's announced the launch of the limited edition "Destination Duo" motorcycle, built exclusively for Bruce Rossmeyer's Destination Daytona. Equal parts old-school and modern, the Destination Duo bike celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first fully suspended American motorcycle, while capturing the bold, no nonsense style of a true Sucker Punch Sally's one-off.
In partnership with motorcycle entrepreneur Bruce Rossmeyer, Sucker Punch Sally's created 50 limited edition Destination Duo motorcycles. The motorcycle is nostalgically styled after the Duo glide while featuring the modern components standard on all Sucker Punch Sally's models. Each "Destination Duo" includes a powerful reproduction Panheadtm power plant, 5 speed kick start transmission as well as an electric starter, original style 2 into 2 exhaust combination with rear suspension, optional buddy seat, and choice of a springer or hydraulic front-end.
"We're excited to partner with Sucker Punch Sally's on this bike," said Bruce Rossmeyer, owner of Destination Daytona, the world's largest dealership. "We wanted a bike that had a vintage feel and lived up to the demands of today's riders. Who better to bring a classic back to life than the old-school experts themselves - Sucker Punch Sally's."
Each Destination Duo bike will have its own commemorative serial number, a numbered motor, a numbered, functional custom leather pogo seat and a limited edition print from renowned hotrod artist Sara Ray. The first Destination Duo bike with "serial number one" was auctioned off during Sturgis Bike Week 2008 as part of the first annual Legends Ride. The Destination Duo bike is available now and starts at $34,995.
For more information on Sucker Punch Sally's, please visit www.suckerpunchsallys.com or call (480) 778-9500. For more information on Bruce Rossmeyer and Destination Daytona, please visit www.destinationdaytona.com.
About Sucker Punch Sally's
Founded in 2002, Sucker Punch Sally's continues to stay true to their traditional biker values by providing the best stripped-down bobbers and choppers at the most reasonable prices. The old school no-nonsense style of bikes that started Sucker Punch Sally's are the bikes they still build today, only now with the convenience of modern manufacturing practices. The Traditional and the 66 Bobber both received industry awards for 2007 and are the two models that the company was founded on. They have the capacity to build 100 bikes a month at their manufacturing facility in Scottsdale, AZ, including the widely anticipated Swinger. Their model line has been built up to six different models, with the additions of the stealthy Slim and the retro-styled Hot Rod. Sucker Punch Sally's continuously growing dealer network throughout the U.S. showcases the wide variety of bikes they have available, all of which exude SPS style.