Pine Grove, SC (Paul Kirby) – Law enforcement officers in unmarked cars and trucks spent much of Monday at the custom cycle shop identified by signage and Google as SinWorx Custom Cycles, LLC. The building that housed this business is located at 1630A Old Barnwell Road near the intersection of Shireway Road in the Pine Grove – Red Bank area of the county.
A check of the businesses’ website at www.Sin-Worx.com shows a short, simple message. It displays just three lines. They read, “Sin-Worx.com is no longer in business. Thank you. Please see these Trusted resellers www.godfatherbaggers.com.”
A check of Sinworx Facebook page shows beautiful custom motorcycles and a business that was very active in the biker community. It also has a large number of great comments regarding the quality of SinWorx builds, service and owners. One post includes a “teaser” video from the debut of Jesse James Dupree II's Devil's Bagger Bike. The Facebook post says that bike was built by Sin Worx Custom Cycles LLC. It apparently was debuted on stage at the famous Full Throttle Saloon in Sturgis, SD. The post says the video was taken during the Sturgis Bike Rally in 2018. Jesse James Dupree is a legendary musician, businessman and biker who is the lead singer and guitarist for the rock band Jackyl.
There has been no explanation provided for what was happening most of the day Monday at the building that housed the business. We have reached out to a number of law enforcement agencies at several levels to get more details. We haven’t received anything from them. We will update this story as more information becomes available.