Sucker Punch Sally’s Pulls No Punches for the Custom Prize in an Exciting Statewide Scavenger Hunt

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Famed custom motorcycle manufacturer brings its signature style and quality craftsmanship to one lucky Arizona resident's garage

A fun and forward-thinking concept is accelerating in Arizona which will lead one very fortunate individual to a custom motorcycle worth $35,000 by world-renowned manufacturer Sucker Punch Sally’s of Scottsdale. The “The Bad Economy Buster Bling Bike Hunt®” is a grassroots effort to “rev up” the local economy that has kept the public busy gathering clues at local merchants in search of the bike’s keys since early February. The hunt runs for nine weeks, with clues distributed weekly, and the finder and incredible custom bike will be revealed at Arizona Bike Week on April 2nd.

Christian Clayton, CEO of Sucker Punch Sally’s, is giving an exciting sneak peak at the custom bike’s design. Using its tried, true and top of the line components which have helped them win Bike of the Year five times, SPS is pulling out all the stops when it comes to “The Bad Economy Buster Bling Bike Hunt” treasure.

“It will truly be a prize for whoever finds this one of a kind chopper,” says Christian Clayton, who is currently building the bike in his Scottsdale shop. “The finder can expect the superior craftsmanship, modern components and old-school aesthetic SPS choppers are known for.”

The bike will begin with a custom frame by Sucker Punch Sally’s and will utilize parts generously donated by Bikers Defense, Hawg Halter, Russ Wernimont, Custom Chrome, Billet Boys, Denver Choppers, S&S, KA Cycles, Belt Drive LTD, Ride Wright Wheels, Hell Cats Custom, Ramjet Racing and Avon Motorcycle Tyres of North America. Although the stunning finished product will not be revealed until early April, highlights include:

  • An 80 cubic inch Harley Davidson motor with black chrome upgrade.
  • A patented Sucker Punch Sally’s H-Bomb oil tank.
  • Revtech transmission and BDL belt drive which are signature components to Sucker Punch Sally’s customs.
  • A premier Russ Wernimont design fender, also an SPS standard, which will be mounted to the bike with Sucker Punch Sally’s Hot Rod struts.
  • Sucker Punch Sally’s hand-turned brass foot and hand controls that will continue the one-of-a-kind look.
  • And a mind-blowing paint job by the experts at Sinthium Paint Shop in Phoenix. “Truly the best in the state,” says Christian, “no two are the same.”

About The Bike Hunt:

In an effort to boost customer foot traffic for small business owners, “The Bad Economy Buster Bling Bike Hunt®” is a unique statewide promotion that has the public eagerly gathering clue access IDs from participating retailers, restaurants and specialty shops. Upon obtaining each clue access ID on a weekly basis, participants visit BikerHunt.com to view a video clue. Every clue leads them one step closer to finding the keys to a custom motorcycle from Sucker Punch Sally’s worth over $35K. Thirty plus businesses are participating including trendy restaurants, hip clothing boutiques, local wineries, highly-respected construction companies, and various motorcycle service and retail shops.

Founding sponsors Julia Hutton, CEO of retail store Biker Babes and Beyond, Bill Miko, Owner of Bikers Defense, a line of supplements for motorcyclists, Christian Clayton, President of Sucker Punch Sally's, Valerie Thompson, 2X World Land Speed Record Holder and Founder of Valerie Thompson Racing, and Charlie Steward of Billet Boys, a manufacturer of motorcycle components, joined forces and developed the concept specifically to address the ongoing problem small business owners face today: lower sales due to a decrease in consumer traffic and spending. The program was created so that contestants must visit participating merchants multiple times in order to have a chance at finding the keys.

Clue access IDs can be found at the following Arizona businesses: Troon Enterprises Incorporated, Mojito Cigar Lounge, What Women Want Swimwear, KA Cycles and Accessories, Blue Martini Lounge, M-N-M Racing & Performance, Jump and Shout Play Center, Beaver Stripes & Molding Supply, HawgLaw.com, Powersports Brokers, Kief-Joshua Vineyards, Cigar King, The Dugout Sports Grill, AZ Toy Store, American Junkie Restaurant, Urban Tea Loft, D & D Discount Motorcycles, Evolution Custom Motorcycles, Havana Cigars, MMI Motorcycle Mechanics Institute, K O’Donnell’s American Bar & Grill, Wild West Pawn Shop, Kid Chilleen’s BBQ Steakhouse, Knockout Motorcycle Co. and all six locations of Zia Record Exchange in Arizona.

For complete details on the Bike Hunt, including more details on participating merchants and an events calendar, visit http://www.bikerhunt.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 has a continuously growing dealer network throughout the U.S. and abroad. Learn more at http://www.suckerpunchsallys.com

All media inquiries and requests for interviews should be sent to Wendy Roberts, Public Relations Director for Orca Communications Unlimited LLC, at wendy(at)orcapr(dot)com or (480) 346-4004. Orca Communications is a full service public relations firm based in Phoenix, Arizona and can be found on the web at orcacommunications.com

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