MotoFellas Presents: Curbside D'Elegance

MotoFellas presents the Curbside D’Elegance custom bike show - July 14th at the Brooklyn Beer Garden in Bushwick. It is an inspiring exhibition of custom motorcycles created by variety of builders, expanding from backyard wrenchers to professional builders. Think your bike has what it takes? Enter by clicking the link below. Accepting submissions from all professional and amateur builders in the North East! $10 covers your entry fee and your first beer. Proceeds will go to our furry friends at Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue. 


MotoFellas NYC Weekend Workshop - John’s Street Twin

MotoFellas NYC knows Triumphs. From the rare early triples to the ubiquitous Bonneville, MotoFellas own them all and aren’t afraid to ride and wrench on them. In what we hope becomes a continued series, we tackled MotoFella John's 2016 Street Twin over the weekend, modifying it top to bottom with British Customs parts. Starting at MotorGrrl in Williamsburg and ending at the secret testing grounds in South Brooklyn for a proper shakedown, we hope you enjoy this glimpse of what the Fellas are all about.

A&J Cycles 1st Annual Spring Open House


This event has been postponed. So NOW, on June 3rd from 11am-5pm, our friends at A&J Cycles will be hosting their 1st Annual Spring Open House. They will be raffling off high end motorcycle parts (Motogadget M-unit, m-blaze pin turn signals, motone parts) and more in order to raise money for The Truth 365, a pediatric cancer research fund. Free food and drinks will be provided by Gears N Grub and DHB Catering. Please come out and support them. They are great friends of the Moto Fellas and never hesitate to show us lots of love.  

MotoFellas Go Camping

This weekend The MotoFellas rode into the wilds of New Jersey like a god damn pack of wild animals. A lot of good riding, good people and cheap beer... like every good camping trip deserves. 

Where We've Been...

Where We've Been...

Winter arrives in NYC and the braap braap of Fall is quickly silenced. A few dedicated souls continue riding through the cold, but even then their engines are quickly silenced by the snow. It doesn't however mean we stopped Moto Fellating around though! This winter was a blast.

In January, we took the need for speed indoors to Pole Position Raceway in New Jersey. For the first time many of us realized a new passion for the track, which we look forward to exploring this Spring.

Some Fellas found a new appreciation for lighter sports like shuffleboard, perhaps in pursuit of quicker and more accurate reflexes for Spring riding. Enter the Shuffle Brahs. They live on coffee drinks and tecate and move weights like Jay-Z. 

Of course winter is also always a great time for building. Jason Hodrinsky figured out at some point how to take his Triumph Thunderbird Sport up to 130+ hp by scavenging engine parts from Daytonas, and Super 3's. While we trust Jason's mechanical knowledge infinitely, we also all have our fingers crossed for him after he was a bit plagued by issues last season. You can read more about this crazy adventure over on Triumph Rat.

TBS Engine

This then inspired me (Bryan Grimes) to do the same. With most engine builders out of business for the Triumph Modern Classic, I found the suppliers necessary to have cams reground, pistons made, cylinders bored and plated, the head ported, and custom valves made for my 2013 Triumph Bonneville. Also, following in the foot steps of greatness I also found you could retrofit Daytona 44mm TB's to my little Triumph Bonneville and make 100+ hp. I'm foolishly optimistic I will have this running by May. You can read more about my adventures here.


Several members have also purchased new bikes and of course plenty of shit talking in the group chat. With multiple Ducati 1299s now in the group I think a lot of us (me) have a fair bit of compensating we feel obliged to do now. I think we are all also a bit nervous of Tia's CB400. Apparently she has a little surprise up her sleeve for Floyd Bennett.

All in all, we are ready to get rolling. We have lots of things in store for you guys. If you want to get involved please reach out via the website or Instagram. See you on the road!


Moto Fellas & Distinguished Gentleman's Ride NYC

During the month of September, Moto Fellas raised over $5500 to find a cure for Prostate Cancer and to help Men's Mental Health. The crew met at Spiegel early in the morning on Sunday and gathered with other Gentlemen at South Street Seaport. The ride looped around Manhattan and Brooklyn and then was followed by an afterparty at Jane Motorcycles.