From the get-go; back during those first conversations in 2013 over tacos and beers at a Fuzzy’s Taco Shop in Euless, Texas; the vision was to have a cool, fun place where riders of all stripes, of all skill levels, and from all walks of life, could kick back and turn wrenches.
The ideas started small. What if we rented an airport hangar or empty warehouse and just had a place to hold wrench parties? Over a few hours (and a few more beers) the concept quickly evolved into a full-fledged business idea: a café, a restaurant, a bar, a lounge and “clubhouse,” with a motorcycle shop attached. The idea was too good to let go, so we held onto it, developed it, and polished it.
Jump forward to 2018, after years of planning and development, as well as years actually working in the motorcycle industry, the timing was perfect. So here we are, working toward bringing a community motorcycle workshop, café, and lounge to Denton, Texas, to serve our riding community and help it thrive and grow.
As we work on laying the groundwork and opening the doors to the Union Moto café and workshop, we’ll be chronicling our life on two wheels, and what makes the motorcycling community in North Texas tick. Come ride with us.