Are You An Experienced Motorcycle Fabricator?

archmotorcycleLos Angeles area based Arch Motorcycle Company, the venture between veteran motorcycle builder Gard Holinger and actor Keanu Reeves\,) is looking for an experienced fabricator. Below the expected required qualifications.

Expert level fabrication skills applicable to the motorcycle industry including, chassis, sheet metal, exhaust, etc… Expert welder, GTAW (Tig) with a broad range of material experience including mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, etc… light to heavy gauge. Familiarity with automated machining and fabrication equipment, ability to learn mid level operator skills of equipment such as Water Jet, manual & CNC Mill, manual and CNC Lathe, etc…Creative problem solver, team player, self starter, motivated, own their own hand tools, etc…High comfort level and understanding of all mechanical aspects of motorcycles past and present.

Must reside in or relocate to the Los Angeles area, prepared to accept a full time position.ย The position will be “full time” with wage commensurate to skill level, industry experience. Applicants must submit a resume, clear photographic examples of their best work and references to careers@archmotorcycle.com. If you would like to know more go to Arch Motorcycles

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11 Responses to “Are You An Experienced Motorcycle Fabricator?”


  1. 1 Terence Tory Jul 18th, 2013 at 9:30 am

    Rick James should apply. I think he built the virtually same styled bike over a decade ago.I’m having a fair degree of difficulty working out how if they have a custom bike works they need someone to actually do the custom bike works.

  2. 2 Jay Horton's Private Shop Jul 18th, 2013 at 11:57 am

    Interesting videos on the Arch Moto-site that tells a little more of the story. Interesting….

    Looks like a fine opportunity for a young hungry jack-o-all-trades builder-type to get his or her feet wet to me. Funky looking scoot…. with a lot of production changes slated. Best to them.

    Later Jay

    p.s. I dig the bike the way it is

  3. 3 Dave Blevins Jul 18th, 2013 at 6:54 pm

    I hope they do well in their search and new venture.
    Note: People with these skills and their own tools is likely self employed.

  4. 4 burnout Jul 18th, 2013 at 7:19 pm

    Gard is more than capable and Mr Reeves has good ideas. Dave I agree. Must be a perfectionist. peace

  5. 5 sollis Jul 20th, 2013 at 11:39 am

    need to add must ride and own any type of motorcycle

  6. 6 Blackmax Jul 20th, 2013 at 11:57 am

    Sr is looking on the East coast, Keanu Looking on the West coast
    Oppertunties abound for somebody ????
    Shirt term, Long term, who knows just go a make a name for yourself

  7. 7 BC Jul 22nd, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    Beautiful piece of workmanship! I could do without the dirtbike/sportbike height of the rear fender. Must be impossible to get any gas into a gas tank made of a solid block of aluminum ๐Ÿ˜‰

  8. 8 Jim Gianatsis / FastDates.com Jul 22nd, 2013 at 8:46 pm

    Congrats to Gard for attempting a production bike in these difficult economic times. The prototype shown on their website looks very rough and crude with no real design elements, no functional concept, or coherent theme. They need more than just a fabricator. It doesn’t look ready to compete against Confederate, Motus, Roehr or Ecosse.

    BTW, did Ecosse go out of business? We haven’t seen or heard from them in a while….. but if I had the money for an American Big Twin performance sportbike that handles and is comfortable to ride, this is what I’d want to buy: http://www.ecossemoto.com

  9. 9 Terence Tory Jul 23rd, 2013 at 6:18 am

    Jim Gianatsis / FastDates.com:”The prototype shown on their website looks very rough and crude with no real design elements, no functional concept, or coherent theme”.Having looked at the frame design,I’d have to agree.I think this bike is trying to be ten cool bikes all rolled into one and ending up neither fish,nor fowl nor hog in the process.They need a chassis designer and then tack on all the arty bits later.They should get a good chassis guy like Sandy Kosman to work for them.

  10. 10 DR Jul 24th, 2013 at 11:34 am

    Cracks me up how a post about a great job opportunity becomes a platform for DB’s like Jim Gianatsis & Terence Tory to voice their opinions on the style of bike that Arch is manufacturing. Who cares what you guys think! The title of the post wasn’t ( What’s your “expert” opinion)

    The point is, they are reaching out to the motorcycle community looking to hire an experienced fabricator. If you check out Arch online, it looks like an awesome working environment and it looks like the future employee will have some bitchin machinery at their disposal. That alone should have talented fabricators sending their resumes in! Added bonus, get to work along side Gard & Ryan Boyd. Two extremely talented bike builders and all around cool guys.

  11. 11 Terence Tory Jul 24th, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    DR:” Who cares what you guys think!”,Obviously you do,or you would not respond.Sandy Kosman should apply for the job.Thanks for your opinion DR.

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