30 April 2011

Atom Bomb relocating to Richmond VA

Atom Bomb Custom Motorcycles is headed to Richmond VA to set up shop! On May 15 we take possession of a building in the historic Scott's Addition section of Richmond to begin transforming it into our new shop, complete with a retail showroom, service department, and of course ample area to continue building our award winning custom bikes.

Our showroom will be fully stocked with builder parts and other goodies from Lowbrow Customs, LC Fab, Biltwell and a host of others as well as replacement parts for British motorcycles. Hopefully even a little bit of local art.

Added space in our new facility will finally allow us to offer "carry out" fabrication work. We'll be able to offer our famous custom frames as well as frame straightening and repair, custom fuel tanks/fenders/oil tanks in steel or aluminum, and of course bars, exhaust etc.

We're very excited to move to Richmond. With it's great central location, positive atmosphere, and excellent access to services and materials, we feel like Richmond will be a great home for us. More details and a grand opening party will follow shortly.

As always, thanks to our friends, fans and clients for all of your support. We'd also like to extend a huge thanks to our friends at Lowbrow Customs, Biltwell, Race Tech, Woodward Fab, and all of the other folks that make this stuff possible for us, and finally the guys at Velocity Cycles for making us feel at home. There might just be a few Atom Bomb/Velocity custom Enfields in the near future!


  1. you said enfield ;-)

    you also said Partay. excellent.

    I hate you.

  2. People hating me doesn't even hurt my feelings any more Jeffie. It's just the people that don't love me and if someone doesn't love me, they're losing. hahah Hope you're doing well man, see you soon.

  3. when do you plan on being fully operational? I looking for some frame work done a damaged frame...

  4. Brad, we're hoping to be rollign hard by the 15th of June. The building needs a bit of work to be ready for our use, but it's mostly small stuff like relocating power and knocking down a few office walls. We'll keep pretty regular updates on this blog, our facebook fan page, and the actual website.