My Garage

Harley-Davidson x Prism Supply

Our latest series, in partnership with Harley-Davidson, My Garage, brings us inside the garage of Harley-Davidson enthusiasts around the world.

Season 1

Zach Hindes

Zach is a metal fabricator who maintains an accomplished career in NASCAR while continuing to build some of our industry’s most influential motorcycles. In this episode, you’ll see everything from late-model FXRs to antique original bikes and complete turn-key chopper builds.

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Sid Tang

Sid is an accomplished photographer who is teaching himself to work on and build motorcycles. Although his garage is a tight space, he’s managed to acquire an impressive collection of tools, motorcycles and other unique pieces.

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Matty Matheson

Although Matty needs no introduction, we saw a new side of him during our visit. We learned how he thinks about style, what building motorcycles and dishes have in common and we also got into some antics along the way.

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Dread Fiyah

When Dread isn’t cycling through the Queen City, he can be found on his Big Twin Evo, which he modified using the same approach he takes when building bicycles, placing an emphasis on simplicity.

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Rick & Ramsey

Not only do they have 40+ vintage original bikes and choppers on their property, they also have a separate, much larger, collection curated with their partner in Asheboro, NC called American Classic Motorcycle Museum.

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Joey Cano

We're in San Antonio, Texas with the quick-witted Joey Cano, who's known for churning out some of our industry's most impressive custom motorcycles and paint jobs. With the drive to outdo himself every time he leaves the paint booth, it's clear he didn't earn that reputation by accident.

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Alex Earle

In this episode of My Garage, we venture to Thousand Oaks, California where Alex shows off a portion of his motorcycle collection and a few pieces he’s designing for his Pan America, which he rides to work on the legendary Mulholland Drive.

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Season 2


Based in Long Beach, CA, Aaron and Shaun Guardado of SMCO are legends. From winning races to building some of the industry's most innovative motorcycles, these two brothers embody performance and style.

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Oliver Jones

Residing in Long Beach, Oliver Jones is a self-taught craftsman who’s channeling his creative energy into choppers. From new bikes to vintage, his style carries through to each bike that leaves his shop. 

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Bill Rodencal

In addition to restoring and maintaining bikes for H-D during his day job, Bill Rodencal built and rode his 1915 Model 11 KT twin track racer across the country during the 2016 motorcycle Cannonball.

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Randy "Detroit" Hayward

Although he spends his time honoring those who came before him and sharing motorcycle history, there’s no doubt that he will one day be acknowledged in the same breath as the industry giants he currently reveres.

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J. Shia

What started as a backyard full of broken motorcycles, aptly named Madhouse Motors, has blossomed into a renowned motorcycle and coffee shop spearheaded by the endlessly talented J Shia.

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Jim Root

Off stage, he’s developed an affinity for high-horsepower vehicles. Alongside racks and racks of guitars, his garage is adorned with period-correct Mopars and a different Harley-Davidson for nearly every occasion.

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K is a Japanese native who now resides in Huntington Beach, CA. Those who follow the chopper community will immediately recognize him and the bikes he’s built. With a unique style and acute attention to detail, K has earned the respect of our industry for quality craftsmanship and originality. 

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Patricia Fernandez-West

Patricia is a professional motorcycle racer who competes in both the Mission King of the Baggers and Super Hooligan classes. But, she didn’t end up there by accident - it took years of pouring everything she had into racing.

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Paul Hartman

By day, Paul works in the skateboard industry, but when he’s not slingin’ decks, he’s building and racing vintage Harley-Davidson motorcycles. With a focus on pre-war bikes, his collection features everything from restored originals to stripped down racers. 

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Brad Richards

The latest episode of My Garage was filmed in the desert of Santa Fe, New Mexico where we caught up with VP of Design and Creative Director of Motorcycles at Harley-Davidson, Brad Richards.

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Jeff Milburn

The latest episode of My Garage was filmed in Dallas, Texas where we caught up with Jeff Milburn. Jeff’s resume is a long one - from running a NASCAR race team to a successful career as a stuntman.

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Season 3

Sasha Haleta

Join us as we sit down with Sasha Haleta from Sasha's Cycles in Sturgis, South Dakota, to learn about his passion for vintage motorcycles and hot rods.

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