I’ve been lucky to work on my own bikes and customer bikes for a few years now. And I’ve run training in maintenance, welding and electrical systems for motorcycle-mad people like you.
All the people in my training classes wanted to learn new skills to work on their own bikes. They knew they needed to take action and pay for some training to build these skills quickly.
Sure, you could scour the internet and YouTube and eventually teach yourself everything you need to customise your own bike.
But most of us are on a limited budget, especially time. We’re all busy, and maybe you want to be welding rather than watching a video about welding.
And we’re not professional builders – they don’t need any help anyway.
But, backyard builders. People whose car lives in the driveway so they can build their bike in their garage.
People who scrounge second hand parts off Craigslist or eBay.
People who have a day job in a completely different field, but scour the internet for inspiration on their lunch break.
People who are determined to be part of the custom motorcycle community.
People who are passionate about learning.
People who -most of all – want that sense of achievement that they did it themselves.
Is this you?
You might be wondering: “Can I really build a custom motorcycle?”
Of course you can!
Brain surgeons didn’t start on their first day of med school on live patients! They started with basics and built their skills up over a period of time.
Luckily, we’re not trying to be brain surgeons. We just need some hands-on skills to keep our project moving. Anyone with some hand-eye co-ordination can learn these skills. In fact, if you can ride a motorcycle you ALREADY posses the hand-eye co-ordination you need.
And there are SO MANY other things you could learn as part of building a custom bike. What about swapping a tank? Tuning for a new carby or air filter? Wiring up a new tail light? And isn’t learning new skills part of the fun, part of the journey?
Back in early 2016, I was working big hours at my day job, running training courses on Monday nights, and working on customer bikes into the wee hours as well.
For me, the most enjoyable part was helping other people learn the skills to work on their own bikes. I loved training and sharing knowledge and answering questions.
However, in those training courses, I could only reach ten people at a time. So I figured the only way I could reach more people – and still help people build their own skills – was harness the internet.
I started with the articles you see on the Tech page. BUT! Now I think I’ve got something that provides you many of the benefits of face-to-face training and interaction that can reach anyone, anywhere, who is customising their own bike.
I’ve set up a private community where you can get the training and support you need to shorten your learning curve.
What about detailed video courses? What about a library of downloadable documents? What about custom eBooks? What about a Q&A forum where you’ll get access to me to answer your questions? What about a location to post your build thread, somewhere where the community can provide feedback and assistance to help you get your build completed?
Do you want help with:
- Project planning?
- Tech drawing?
- Workshop equipment?
- Mechanical work?
- Electrical stuff?
- Engineering related to motorcycles?
- Machining? And,
- Painting and polishing?
Well, its easy. For a small monthly investment, you’ll get access to me, all the docs, all the training, all the discussion. You’ll get support. You’ll get inspiration. And, my hope is you’ll get your custom bike on the road as fast as possible.
But don’t take my word for it:
“…but I learned a lot in the process. A lot with the help of this community. Hats off to you Matt. I ordered a lot of the books you mentioned, read a lot of articles and have watched almost every video. Love this place.” Jason, Founding Member
“Just wanted to say that I am really enjoying the forum! The info you have been putting up on metalworking (and getting ready for metalworking) recently has been top class. I have not seen this sort of straightforward and commonsense knowledge out there elsewhere on the web, plus it’s so handy to be able to come back to you (and other forum members) and ask a question and get such quick, informative responses.
Some of the builds going on are really interesting with lots of great ideas (including you’re Harley, really looking forward to that!) and i’m looking forward to more members joining up so we can help them with their builds, or even finding their first bike!” Jordan, Founding Member
Still not sure? Here’s what it looks like:
What do I get with membership?
- Access to me. I will personally help you with your build, even from the other side of the planet.
- Access to ALL current and all future content while membership is paid up.
- All video courses (Metalwork 1 details)
- Start your own build thread
- Ask tech questions about any topic
- Get support from fellow garage customisers, and better still, help contribute to their success and achievement.
- Use the Forums to get direct build support from me (this is where I hang out daily).
- Monthly subscription price is locked in when you sign up – any new content is included at no extra charge while membership is paid up.
- Cancel anytime – no minimum terms, no locked in payments. Pay by the month for access. When you are done, or have learnt what you need, go ahead and cancel.
2 Month, 200% Money Back Guarantee
I’m so confident you will get outrageous value from a membership that I’m offering a 2 month/200% money back guarantee.
Yes, if you’re not completely satisfied within 2 months of signing up, simply use the Contact page to request a refund. I’ll give you back TWO HUNDRED PERCENT of any investment you have made within that two months. Yes, double your money back.
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