Changes at VT

There have been several changes at Vintage Twins in the past several months. First off, Aaron is the primary owner/operator of the shop. While the ownership shift will not impact the same great services we provide, it has necessitated irregular business hours in the Winter while our head mechanic, David Isely, snow-bird’s in Central America. See below for modified business hours.

A second change is a reorganization within the physical space of the shop. Making the most of our cramped space, reorganization is always a work-in-progress. Since floor space is at a premium, we’ve identified the need to get completed serviced bikes back to their owners as quickly as possible. For this reason we will assess a $25/day storage fee for any bikes not picked up after 7 days from the day we contact you about the completion of work. Thank you for understanding.

The third significant change is our new phone system. Moving to an automated voice-secretary was crucial for filtering out the 5-10 spam phone calls we get in a typical day trying to sell us everything under the sun. Please listen to the options and select the corresponding option to your inquiry (hours and location, speak to us directly, or leave a message).


Now through December 21

Sunday and Monday: Closed

Tuesday 3:30-5:30

Wednesday 9:00-5:00

Thursday 3:30-5:30

Friday 11:00-5:00

Saturday: 10:00- 2:00

Summer Hours

Our current hours are as follows:

Sunday and Monday: Closed

Tuesday to Friday: 9 to 5

Saturday: 10 to 2

Winter Hours

The motorcycle shop winter hours are as follows:

Open 12-5p Tuesday through Friday

9a-3p on Saturdays

Closed Sunday and Monday

You can also meet with us by appointment during off hours. Thanks! Please check out our motorcycle storage facility.

Give us a call if you need anything at 303-997-5024.

New Ownership!

Meet the new owners of Vintage Twins.

Aaron Conley and Nate Matlock have teamed up to keep the tradition of building and servicing vintage motorcycles alive in the Denver area. They are both on the faculty at Regis University in North Denver. Nate teaches American History and is the director of the Center for Study of War Experience. Aaron teaches Philosophy and can be rather sensitive to living the cliché “philosopher-turned-motorcycle-mechanic.”