An unsung hero at OMS for his consistent work without asking for a dime in exchange. If our apprentice, Shirley (Thomas), wasn’t the one picking up/dropping off bikes – you can bet it was Nathan. Ex-military from England, he was a tank crewman and enjoys all things mechanical. He loves to build bikes on his spare time, be it a restoration or a custom café-racer, he fits in well with the staff of OMS. We literally can’t say enough good things about Nathan; he picked up the reigns of the parts counter when our previous guy left, began stripping bikes and listing the parts forRead More →

Long time friend of Phil and grew up with – as did their fathers – in rural Essex, England. They’ve worked together and even moved countries to stay in contact better! Safe-to-say they are like brothers. He is a Red Seal Journeyman Motorcycle Mechanic and completed all of his training throughout the UK. Tony worked for Ongar Motorcycles as a teenager and worked with Phil who absolutely terrorized him. Phil’s tricks ranged from putting Tony’s moped on the roof to strapping him to a lift and almost setting him on fire. Tony moved to Canada in 1988 to work at BMW Motospeciale in Cochrane andRead More →