April 20, 2017
If you haven't yet, please check out this amazing little shop, Genuine Motorworks. They are dedicated to showcasing American made product by the artistic people who understand quality and craftsmanship. As it gets harder and harder to find american made product, this company has it all in one convenient place. Motorcycle friendly, you can find all the gear you need to hit the road in style. Helmets, gloves, jackets, tees, belts and home goods are just some of what you will find in this rustic space. They even carry Indian Larry product.Support them as they support us!Genuine Motorworks195 N 14th street, Brooklyn NY(718) 486 - 6971
April 06, 2017
Looking back on another epic block party back in 2015. Thanks to everyone who showed up and showed out for this amazing day.Our next block party is scheduled for September 16th, 2017 - located at 70 N 15th street, Brooklyn. The street will be lined with vendors, food, art and bikes. A huge stage with live entertainment and beer yard bring it all together. Make sure you check out this year's Grease Monkey Block Party. You don't want to miss this.
April 06, 2017
This black beauty is certainly a sight to see. All black bike with attention to detail in every aspect. Hand built and paint done by Indian Larry's own John The Painter with seat crafted by Paul Cox
March 31, 2017
What goes into every Indian Larry build. Pure skill and talent. Here's a look into our newest Indian Larry build Panitentiary. Johnny Cash inspired tank with a healthy does of FTW. Check out the detail in John The Painter's work. Nothing was over looked in this design. This is what a custom bike looks like. This is an Indian Larry Motorcycle.Stay tuned for more videos featuring Panitentiary on our YouTube channel - Indian Larry Motorcycles.
March 25, 2017
Our first of many Bike Nights was a success. Ice cold beer and shots along with mixed drinks and wine kept the beverage selection varied and sure to please everyone. Complementary BBQ from our favorite joint was offered to any and all (while it last) who passed through the iron gate. Metallica blared on the speakers as everyone gathered, drinks in hand to talk shop. It was a rare occasion where we opened the doors to our garage where the crew builds the bikes and the public was allowed access and really see what we do up close.
Please be sure to join us next month April 21st for our second bike night 6PM-10PM and spend some time with people who are just as passionate about motorcycles as we are.