Brass Pole Motorcycle Accessories
Brass Pole Motorcycle Accessories all started in early 2008 with the Faarken line of bootlickers and stirrups. This great product had been something that Canadians would have to cross the border to find. Tish & Greg brought the Faarken products to Friday the 13th that June, and realized that it wasn’t just bootlickers and stirrups that were in short supply; the Canadian motorcycle community had a need for other quality merchandise.
We are a family based business that takes pride in what we produce. We feel that customer service is not only important but its what sets us apart from other businesses – we strive to make all customers satisfied with their purchase from us. Rarely has anything come up that we can’t work out and since we give attention to the fine detail, as we were designing this clothing for ourselves, we rarely have a complaint.
Tish and Greg
Greg got into motorcycles when he was just 16, started into cruisers at 18, and has been riding for over 40 years. He continued a casual rider until he met Tish, who encouraged him to spring for a ’06 V-Star. And from the moment she sat upon that Yamaha, she fell in love with biking and encouraged him to spring for a 1990 Virago for her.
They’ve been active members of the biker community ever since, and can be seen at most major biker events currently riding his Electroglide Ultra Classic and her Streetglide.
Canadian Motorcycle Culture
The motorcycle culture is one of generosity and respect, built upon a shared love of the whole motorcycle experience. Brass Pole Motorcycle Accessories have seen first-hand the amount of education and sharing within the biker community, and have made it their goal to apply that level of integrity and helpfulness to their business.
Brass Pole is proud to sponsor and participate in a number of charity rides, working alongside the local motorcycle clubs to help improve the community.
Brass Pole Motorcycle Accessories are proud to sponsor charity rides by:
You can always catch us every Friday 13th in Port Dover set up at the car wash!
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