Maybe you need denim.
Maybe you need a leather jacket.
Maybe you need to watch someone work on a ’79 café racer.
Kind of needy, but you’re in luck...
New to this strange and beautiful world is Brother Moto, a place for you to hang out, admire vintage motorcycles, work on yours if you’ve got one and (soon) drink espresso. It’s open now in the East Atlanta Village. (Here’s your slideshow.)
To say this place exists to serve multiple purposes is... well, completely accurate. It’s like Marlon Brando’s garage after filming The Wild One. If he kept every motorcycle in it, that is.
Just through the garage door entrance await leather gloves, denim and plenty of Biltwell helmets. Beyond that: a lounge area full of black leather, mid-century walnut credenzas, chairs and framed photos of motorcycles both old and new.
Behind you, a wall of tools, lifts holding bikes and some knowledgeable guys waiting to help with any questions that may arise. It’s different. Great different. Pop in and hang out for a while. Or don’t. Just know that it’s here now and that everything’s going to be okay.
And come April, you’ll find that espresso at the white-subway-tiled bar up front.
It’s like Cheers, only nothing like Cheers.