We are a small motorcycle building, repairing, altering, selling and cool place to hang out kind of shop!

July 7, 2015Posted by Staud Cycles

We are closed this Thursday and Friday July 9-10 for Vintage Days. We are open this Saturday July 11th, 10AM to 4PM.

If you are at Vintage Days stop by our booth at spot M160 in the swap meet and say hello!

Vintage Days

March 4, 2015Posted by Staud Cycles

Parts are 10% off and most brands of tires are 25% off till the end of March.

January 26, 2015Posted by Staud Cycles

Access to our supplier catalogs can now be found under the Parts link above.

Browse through these catalogs, figure out what you want, call or stop by our shop to order.

January 20, 2015Posted by Staud Cycles

In addition to our Premium oil change we now offer an Economy oil change service for most standard and sport motorcycles.

January 9, 2015Posted by Staud Cycles

Staud Cycles specializes in the service and repair of Harley Davidson, Vintage Triumph, BSA, Norton and Vintage Honda motorcycles.

All other brands we offer general maintenance such as tire service, oil and filter service, manufacturer recommended service intervals, clutch replacement, front fork rebuilding etc..

Engine Rebuilding services offered for Harley Davidson (Evolution style engine and older), Vintage Triumph, BSA, Norton and Vintage Honda only.

Other services offered: Metal Polishing, Media Blasting and Wire wheel assembly and truing.

We stock most common motorcycle related items such as Amsoil products, oil filters, etc..

September 6, 2014Posted by Staud Cycles

25% on most brands of tires we order!

Fast turn around on parts orders, parts orders are usually delivered to Staud Cycles by 1-2 business days.

We instantly know when the part/s are in stock, no more wondering if its in stock like many online websites out there.

We will not warranty any parts that the customer brings in. Warranties only apply to parts we order.

July 17, 2011Posted by Staud Cycles

The Art of Vintage Motorcycle Maintenance

Back in the day motorcycle manufacturers did not follow industry standards like they do today. Most motorcycle parts were proprietary to the manufacturer. It is known that tolerances wildly varied from machine to machine, part to part. It is this very reason why folks that built motorcycles many years ago were called ‘fitters’.......