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Pipeburn Supporter: Falcon Motorcycles


Posted on July 8th, by Andrew in Other. 9 comments

The more eagle-eyed of you may have noticed a new banner on Pipeburn over the last few hours. No, your eyes don’t deceive you – we are now proudly sponsored by the world’s finest bespoke custom bike builders, Falcon Motorcycles of Los Angeles, California. In case you have been in suspended animation for the last few years and haven’t heard about Ian Barry and his visionary team at Falcon Motorcycles, they are generally acknowledged as the best custom bike builders in the world. They also have an amazing range of factory parts, tees, gear and limited edition prints for sale in their online store. If you like what you’re hearing then support us and try clicking on the banner below, visit the store and pick yourself up some goodies in between drooling like a fool over their work.

Here’s to Falcon – many thanks from us to them for their support.





  • Sam

    Pipeburns fast becoming the best motorcycle related site on the net. Nice work Andrew. Keep up the good work.

  • Andrew

    @Sam Cheers for the kind words. As the saying goes, "you ain't seen nothing yet."

  • revdub

    Awesome news for an awesome site.

  • psbero

    great stuff! love to see my local aussie blog doing so well

  • GuitarSlinger

    Yup ! Got their print ( Black Falcon ) framed on my studio wall ( the quality is outstanding ) , Falcon T shirt on my back , pin on the Denim jacket and a couple of decals on the Anvil cases . Great Bikes ,great gear , good folks Falcon .

    Sorry , I sound like an Ad there but I'm just a fan !

  • Pikey

    I agree with Guitar Slinger, quality products and quality designers… +1 for their velocity stacks & their t-shirts.

  • http://kustomsandchoppers.com/ JCKustom13

    Best people to get sponsored by great job Pipe burn!

  • mtiberio

    Funny how someone could take a very expensive Vincent, pour more money and time into it, and have it come out looking like a Virago based custom.

  • 10 Bones

    @mtiberio I had not though of that until you brough it up, and you're right! Squint a bit and at the 25 foot mark it is indistinguishable from a Virago. Woops! (Or is it that Yamaha took styling cues from the Vincent? Hmmm….. food for thought!)

    Anyhow, nice work, lots of work to be sure! I build hyper-trick guitar pedals for a living (farndurk.com) and this type of work really flicks my thrill switch. The way that the metal was approached appeals to me greatly.

    I'm not very informed on Brit bike history, so I'm kinda stoopit about such things. That said, I've often wondered how rigid the rear ends of Vincents were? The rear swingarm seems so flimsy and flexible looking. It seems to beg for gussets and reinforcements. But as I said I'm an idiot about Vincents. I'm just your average old (50 yrs) burned out flat track and MX racer, with little in the manner of class.

    Sweet bike though! Dunno if I'd want ot ride it, all that chrome and nickle to polish after the ride is done! I had a Harley FXRS in the 80s and everytime I took it out I spent 3x more time cleaning the dead bugs off the chrome than I did riding it! Haahaa!!!!!