Union Garage is proud to present a new short film that focuses on a single participant from this year’s Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride—a rider whose personal story and reason for riding is emblematic of everything we love about this annual event.
We are producing two short videos for this year’s DGR. One silly, and one serious. This is the silly one.
For anyone around here who tries to ride motorcycles for as much of the year as possible, this question answers itself. The tail end of fall is admittedly not so great. When it’s cold and damp and roads are slimy with wet leaves, it can be terrible. But before it gets shitty, before we slide all the way into an icy winter, there’s one last great gasp of the riding season—a grand finale that is, unquestionably, the greatest.
If our neighbors were angered by the sound of a hundred motorcycles gathering on the block at 9:00 last Sunday morning, annoyance almost certainly turned to confusion when they looked outside to see who exactly was making all the racket.
Union Garage is pleased to announce a short film that takes a rare look behind the walls of Moto Borgotaro. Yes, we finally convinced Peter Boggia to allow rolling video cameras into his shop. Five of them, to be precise. Plus a sound guy.
The #RobinsonJacket made a surprise cameo at the global media launch of Duacti’s highly anticipated 2015 Scrambler.
Proper rain gear is an important part of any motorcycle rider’s kit. We carry a full selection of proven, packable and effective options from REV’IT! and this summer we subjected them to the ultimate test. Sort of.
On September 28, 2014, we suited up for a very, very silly motorcycle ride through New York City. For charity. Sort of.
Director and Drone Commander first class Roberto Serrini came by the store one cold clear day in the spring to talk about working on some new video projects for Union Garage. We shook hands, gave him the nickel tour then rode the shop bike (#VenerableR65) around the block a few times while Serrini launched his drone.
EIGHTY riders. 200-plus miles. Six MSF-certified motorcycle instructors. Two dozen pool noodles. Yes, pool noodles. A 16-foot-long teeter-totter. Way too much coffee. Four watermelons. Three kinds of the meat cooking on two jumbo charcoal grills. One volunteer ambulance. No rain.