Nashville Motorcycle Repair is nearly up and running! Since May 16th, we’ve been getting government paperwork filled out, having the shop painted, waiting on telephone and internet installation, and generally frittering about organizing things and wishing the air conditioner was already installed.
We’ve have two official customers’ motorcycles come and go: One was a 1972 Honda CB350 that needed carburetor work, and the other was a 2011 Kawasaki Concours 14 that was getting extra-bright tail/brake lights installed to help traffic see the bike.
Lots of people ask what we specialize in. Right now, it’s anything our customers ride, and I think the first two projects through the door exemplify the range of bikes we’ll be working on for years to come.
We will officially open full time before the end of June, but if something rolls through the door in the meantime, I’ll be happy to work on it.