DEFY x ANALOG MOTORS | 745cc BOXER LIMITED MOTORCYCLE
We at DEFY appreciate hard work. I've worked hard since I was 13 years old. I always enjoyed worthy pursuits and have proudly told anyone that'll listen that I like to work 'smart' not 'long', but have often times done both. I've always believed hard work pays off, and ever since I started DEFY I've been fortunate enough to get invited to some insanely fun 'industry leader' events where I've ridden motorcyles, eaten great meals and drank my fair share of tasty libations. I'm thankful for it all. Today I've decided that it's time to pass along one of the spoils of DEFY's hard work and am putting up for sale DEFY's beyond pimped out, pristine DEFY x ANALOG MOTORCYCLE. It's time to find a good home for this bad boy! But first...a bit of background.
This bike was bought a few years ago with less than a few thousand miles on it from our friends we met at URAL during Camp Wandawega's 'URAL MOTORCYCLES' weekend. The guys at URAL used it to, 'Ride to lunch and grab sandwiches' so it was barely used. I knew we needed to make it more defiant though, so that's when our friends at ANALOG got involved. They rebuilt it so radically it nearly broke the Badassery scale! Analog has sold builds for up to $80,000. We're asking for $5,000. It's rust free. Scratch free. Starts and runs well. Turns heads like nothing I've seen before and is a joy to take out. It's a great toy for those who ride, or the perfect company or man-cave DEFY trophy piece to admire on the daily. We thought we'd offer it to you guys first before we make some calls around town. Local pick-up is preferable, but we could always work out freight following purchase. It has clean Illinois title and has been kept in DEFY's showroom. It's never seen a night outside or been left out in the elements.
Buyer gets any DEFY bag of their choice thrown in with the bike to celebrate!
+ Only serious purchasers please. Please don't hit the Buy button only to have second thoughts as it's hard enough to sell it! I considered just letting it sit in the shop, but have always believed awesomely made things are meant to be enjoyed. +