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New motorcycle shop targets OC's road warriors

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December 19, 2010 9:00 AM

Press Release:

 

Costa Mesa, Calif. (December 2010) – Brand new vintage motorcycle shop, RTL MOTO, is revving its engines in preparation for a January 2011 grand opening. Offering Mad Max style customization of motorcycles, repair, storage, and world-class service from 15-year veteran mechanic and well-known go-to-guy for authentic service, Sean Fader, RTL MOTO is bringing Orange County’s bike lovers a one-stop-shop specializing in European and vintage motorcycles.

 

““This shop was created for everyone. We want any and all bike lovers to feel that this is a place they can ask any question and not feel intimidated,” said RTL MOTO co-owner Chris Lisk.

 

Lisk, an Orange County native and the former marketing director for both Paul Frank Industries as well as Affliction Clothing, founded RTL MOTO based on Fader’s legitimate talent as a mechanic and bike designer. “Fader’s been the go-to-guy for those in the know for years, it was high-time he had his own shop where he could fully utilize his abilities.”

 

Inspired by the 1979 cult classic “Mad Max,” RTL MOTO embraces their rugged, masculine side without apology. The new shop features a handcrafted Mad Max-style wheat paste collage, showroom space, storage units, and work space. In addition to the variety of services, RTL MOTO is also preparing to launch an eponymous apparel collection of simple basics including: T-shirts, fleece hoodies, and military style sweaters and jackets.

 

RTL MOTO is located in Costa Mesa at 1616 Placentia Avenue.

 


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