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Calling all vintage motorcycle lovers!

Boulder Street Moto is Colorado's only true DIY, monthly membership based garage, dedicated to the love of vintage motorcycles and the community surrounding them. We're part of this club because we love our old bikes, and we're passionate about keeping the culture alive. We ride, we wrench, we break down, we camp, we drink gin/coffee, we have a blast...together.
We are owned and operated by those who not only can use a great space to store or work on their motorcycle, but by those who care about seeing this community thrive.

Our History

Boulder Street Moto Garage has a deep history in Colorado Springs, dating all the way back to 2016. A handful of vintage moto enthusiasts realized that the city was the perfect place to create a community of vintage bike loving non-conformists. Unexcited about traditional moto clubs, these incredibly attractive and courageous outcasts broke away from the pack in order to lay down some fresh asphalt for future generations of moto lovers to come...

Our Members

The garage now has about 32 members that get together on a regular basis to wrench, ride, bloody our knuckles during a roadside repair, obsessively talk about motorcycles at the garage, enjoy a craft gin martini at Brooklyn's on Boulder, laugh, and even cry (when our bikes won't start).
But we digress. Our monthly rides (aka, Throttle Thursday), Open Wrench Nights with Honda Jim (oh yes), and Motos In The Mountains (camping trips) have all brought about some of the best memories of our lives. Are we professional motorcycle builders? Far from it. Do we appreciate being able to wrench and ride our own machines? You bet.
You'll find every kind of moto enthusiast here, from the person who just bought their first moto and wants to learn all about it, to those guys who have been wrenching for years and can answer any question you can think of.

Our Bikes

Everything from original stock, to cafe racers, brats, bobbers, and scramblers. Some are prettier than others...but they are all 100% unique, and that's what matters most. If you purchased your motorcycle brand new from a dealer, we're probably not your thing. But if you found a junker on Craigslist and are restoring or rebuilding it into something totally you and totally awesome, then we might just be your perfect Cup-o-Joe. We've got British, Japanese, American, and even Italian bikes in the club. Come one, come all.

Our Community

It's really all about the hangs. We live here in COS and we ride here too, so why not create a local vintage motorcycle community? Part of that includes establishing strategic partnerships with locally owned and operated businesses. Everything from Lee Spirits Co. (gin distillery), Switchback Roasters (coffee), and even Lincoln Street Barbers. It's a great way to support and grow our community of like-minded individuals that are dedicated to entrepreneurship, innovation, and straight-up coolness...right here in Colorado Springs. Oh! And we also host the Colorado Springs chapter of the Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride each September.

Need a place to wrench? Need a clubhouse to meet cool people? Need a place to ride with other vintage moto lovers? Or MOST IMPORTANTLY, looking for a killer community and a way to keep the vintage moto niche alive and well? It needs you and your bike.

Hit us up. We'll give you the 10 minute tour, and you'll the crap out of it.

$60/mo standard membership: 24/7 access, use of tools, lubes, lounge, booze, Spotify, wi-fi, private member FB Messenger group, rides, wrench nights, parts exchange, coffee, etc.
+$35/mo: Bike storage
+$10/mo: Storage bin for your own tools/parts

And thanks for reading this novel!
- Adam Morley, Lindsey Larsen, Davin Neubacher, Ian Lee, Matt Chavez, and Patrick Richardson (The BSM High Council of Wrenchers)

TAGS: Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Norton, Triumph, Vintage, Cafe racer, scrambler, DIY, garage, restoration, vintage mechanic, 1960s, 1970s
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