Job Offering By Motus Motorcycles

Motus Motorcycles is seeking a qualified, self-motivated individual to assemble new production motorcycles. The individual will be responsible for multiple aspects of the motorcycle final assembly, from suspension systems, brakes and electrical systems, to engines and fuel systems.

This is an exciting opportunity for a disciplined, professional candidate to be a part of a brand new American motorcycle manufacturer, making America’s only V4 sport bike. It’s a full time job located in Birmingham, AL. If you are interested in this position and meet the pre-requisites, please send your resume to and a hard copyto Motus, ATTN: HR, 1500 1st Avenue North, Suite 61, Birmingham, AL 35203

8 Responses to “Job Offering By Motus Motorcycles”

  1. 1 BobS May 29th, 2012 at 8:41 am

    Very cool, wish these guys the best of luck!

  2. 2 GuitarSlinger May 29th, 2012 at 10:49 am

    Now there’s a job worth considering if you’re in that field . Getting in on the ground floor of what I’m hoping will become the next Great US M/C Hope of the new millenium .

    And if nothing else … should they … god forbid …. fail ….. its a job you’d walk away from with a ton of knowledge and know how that none of the big guns could ever offer you

  3. 3 steve May 29th, 2012 at 12:20 pm

    Oh wow, they are really staffing up for “production” aren’t they?

  4. 4 Rich May 29th, 2012 at 12:30 pm

    Of course Motus is going to fail, but bikers love those who do it for the love of it, not for the money…

  5. 5 fredp May 29th, 2012 at 6:00 pm

    Hey, they should share production space with Viper Motorcycle Company. I think the state gave them a 60k square foot building, with tax breaks for moving there.
    ( i’m just joking Motus) (though Viper did get that deal!)

  6. 6 FHP Scott May 30th, 2012 at 4:01 pm

    Good luck to you Brian, look forward to seeing one in person

  7. 7 Jay58 Jun 4th, 2012 at 9:19 am

    Give more clearance for the rear wheel to be changed and re-design the muffler as well for the quick change concept, The trunk thing hanging down will act like a wind sock…not good the lower part should not be there. I would assist your artist on what would work aerodynamically and quick change compatable. Yes, seeing the valve covers is nice, but the space behind the front wheel there would be a lot of buffeting air and the air would need to be routed to the oil and water radiator so you can use the air more efficiently, the mufflers could start under the bike and stop before the wheel assembly for ease of maintenance. A V-4 engine like the ST-1100 is kind of what you have going here. It depends on the market, full race, maximum accessability for quick change of wheels. so the pipes need to be out of the way as well, and the trunk, the upper part is fine yet needs to be aerodynamic as well to the rider so the air flows over the body. the lower part of the trunk would impead tire changes as well as the pipes.

    A sport bike for the market can have things in the way of the quick change concept, but trunks hanging down is not good. People modify the tails of their bikes from DOT spec. right away. so offer a kit just for that purpose. and long extentions for the rear wheel. And lowering links and other parts to make them the bikes they really want.

    I have worked in a bike shop and know what people are screaming for.

  8. 8 Grip Ace Hidden Switch System Jun 5th, 2012 at 12:05 am

    Nice to see new production motorcycles

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