As if we needed another reason to go to New Orleans…the food, music, weather, and overall awesomeness wasn’t enough. Yeah right. Well, NOLA Motorsports Park is currently under development in New Orleans, Louisiana with a planned public opening of the Kart Track in August and the North Track in October. Count us in!
Not ready for a “big kid” bike?
Mopeds make a great starter bike.
Looking for an awesome pit-bike?
Mopeds are lightweight and easy to transport in addition to your race bikes.
Just wanna add another toy to your collection?
Mopeds are fun for all ages!
Ask us about our mopeds!
Look what just rolled in to the shop! New arrivals include Japanese & Czech bikes, two-strokes, four strokes, and we’ve even got some mopeds!
The BUILD Milwaukee project is wrapping up next week (June 2, 5:00 p.m.) at the the Iron Horse hotel in Milwaukee.
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Are you ready for vintage motorcycle racing?!?!
We’re all geared up and ready to go over here at Motto Moto!
Here it is! The official AHRMA 2011 Road Racing Series Schedule:
3/7-9 Roebling Road, Bloomingdale, Ga
3/25-27 Motorsport Ranch, Cresson, Tx
4/22-24 Willow Springs, Rosamond, Ca
6/11-12 Road America Vintage Motorcycle Classic, Elkhart Lake, Wi
6/18-19 Grattan Raceway Park, Grattan, Mi
8/12-14 Virginia International Raceway, Alton, Va
9/2-4 Miller Motorsports, Tooele, Ut
10/7-9 Barber Vintage Festival, Birmingham, Al
10/14-16 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, Fl
…and don’t forget that Team Bradley Tech of the BUILD Milwaukee project will have their cb160 raced by their mentor Jason K of Motto Moto at Road America on June 11-12!
To learn more about the American Historic Racing Motorcyle Association, visit them at:
This cb550f is a traditional cafe racer with a Dunstall tank and fiberglass seat.
Just the beginning of a classic bobber build with an emphasis on speed…stay tuned.
An exercise in breaking away from the cafe racer style. Emulating the British bikes of the ’60s with a Japanese bike from the ’70s.
Greetings from Milwaukee…the BUILD program is moving right along at a seemingly break-neck speed. Fairings have been ordered, the frame has been painted the fastest shade of purple we could get our hands on, and the engine is coming together nicely.
Check out the latest video to hit the web…Go team Bradley Tech!
You can also learn more at the BUILD Milwaukee Facebook page: