The Boulder Street Moto Club has a deep history in Colorado Springs, dating all the way back to 2015. A handful of cafe racer enthusiasts realized that the city was the perfect place to create a community of non-conformists, passionate about vintage motorcycles. Unexcited about traditional moto clubs, these incredibly handsome and courageous outcasts broke away from the pack in order to lay down some fresh asphalt for future generations of racers to come...
By definition, Boulder Street Moto is a RIDING CLUB (RC). The club has over 50 members that get together on a regular basis to wrench, ride, bloody our knuckles during a roadside repair, obsessively talk about motorcycles at the Boulder Street Moto Garage, enjoy a craft gin martini at Brooklyn's, laugh, and even cry (when our bikes won't start). Our monthly rides (aka, Old Bike Night), Wrench Nights, and Moto Camping Trips average 10-12 "regulars" that make up the core of the club. Are we professional motorcycle builders? Far from it. Do we appreciate being able to wrench and ride our own machines? You bet.
Our bikes are pre-1980's Japanese and British machines; 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 an vintage junker on Craigslist and are restoring or rebuilding it, then we might just be your perfect Cup-o-Joe.
We live here and we ride here, so why not create a local vintage motorcycle community? Part of that includes establishing strategic partnerships with locally owned and operated businesses. Everything from gin distillers, coffee houses, and even barbershops. 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.
So, if you're thinking that Boulder Street Moto is right up your exhaust pipe, stalk us on Facebook, Instagram, or go completely old school and drop us a line to tell us a little about yourself...and of course your motorcycle!