Falcon Motorcycles was founded by underground motorcycle builder Ian Barry and his British born fiancée Amaryllis Knight, daughter of former editor of The Economist magazine Andrew Knight and Indian Architect Sabiha Rumani Malik.
The company specializes in building post-war British bikes from the 1950s and 1960s, predominantly one-of-a-kind Triumphs and Nortons. Ian Barry's distinctive Falcon motorcycles quickly attracted a cult following among his small but devoted group of high profile clientele, including Queens of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme, and actors Giovanni Ribisi and Jason Lee.
Falcon Motorcycles shares a percentage of its annual profit with Riders for Health. "In a land where roads are often busted, rutted or simply nonexistent, nothing beats a bike for getting medicine to the people and people to the hospital. And nothing beats Riders for Health for seeing to it that that job gets done." Time Magazine
Falcon Motorcycles is located in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California.