It’s Only Me


Well, I’m back to a one man operation. Erich has moved on to better things. He was a tremendous benefit to my wife and I while he worked with us. Please note: I am no longer accepting new customers as it’s all I can do to keep my current customer base in the wind. I have to ask for your patience as we still have quite a backlog of work and there is only so much one man can accomplish. Also I will never turn away vintage bikes, it’s just gonna take a bit longer to get to them…

By His Grace,



Happy Anniversary to G6 Moto on this fine day of the solar eclipse!!! Coincidence?? I think not. Thank you to everyone who has patronized G6, we’ve had a most wonderful time taking care of your rides and the comradery has been incredible! But we are closing shop at the end of May and moving to a new facility to only work on pre ’70 vintage bikes of British and American descent. I must say that I am extremely excited about the new phase and being able, Lord willing, to enjoy riding my bikes as often as working on others!!! From the first to the last, I’ve added some pics of my favorite builds over the years. Thank you to everyone who has supported us and made our time in business so very wonderful!!

1972 CB 175 Cafe

I was remiss in that I failed to get any pictures of this bike before I began stripping it. I completely pulled the bike apart, frame and tins were painted, top end of engine rebuilt and everything on the bike was cleaned, repaired, chromed, and/or customized. Chopped fenders, custom seat, shocks, bars, license plate mount and taillight, mirrors and headlight. New tires, chain and sprockets, and every gasket and seal that I could reach. Modified handlebar switches and a minimalist wiring harness so that it’s totally street legal and ridable, even the electric start works!! It was a seriously fun and taxing project that turned out just like I hoped and the owner was ecstatic, which is the best part!!