Fingers Crossed Moto started like all multi million dollar businesses, in a small neighborhood garage.
Unfortunately it never really got past that point!
But what it did do was build a community of motorcycle enthusiasts who see the value in learning to wrench on their own machines, and share that knowledge around. We provide a rad little facility to enable new and old riders alike to come by, pick up some tools, and tinker.
Whether its a long term project or build, or just some modifications and maintenance, FingersCrossedMoto aims to arm riders with the tools, knowledge, and experience needed to make smart decisions, or bad ones, and learn from them.
In the wise words of Robert Pirsig,
“Old bikes don’t flatter you, they educate you.”