Brother Moto is a community based Do-It-Yourself (D.I.Y.) Garage , espresso bar and motorcycle lifestyle goods shop in Atlanta GA. Our goal is to allow for people of all skill levels to have the ability to work on their own bikes with the right tools at a low monthly membership cost. A by-product of this shared space has been an amazing community of all ages and walks of life that find a common ground in motorcycles. We provide a lifestyle retail experience and coffee program to encourage the general public and moto-curious to come into our space and for us to remain inclusive and open to the public.
Ultimately, we hope you come on in and ask questions about
motorcycles, drink our coffee, and leave with a bag full of goods that
will help you explore the world around you.
Don’t know anything about bikes?
That’s ok too! You can still have an interest in motorcycles and be moto-curious
He hates hard boiled eggs more than anything. He still sometimes works as a freelance photographer and musician, but most of the time you can find him complaining about his 1972 BMW R75/5 or 1976 Husky WR360. He wears white pants because Steve McQueen did.
A color blind graphic designer for the past decade he spent his free time wrenching on old 4x4s. After getting his first bike (1969 Honda CB350) he quickly got the motorcycle itch. You can see him at multiple coffee shops throughout Atlanta on his 1979 BMW R100 or playing in the dirt on a vintage KDX200.