Jason Wallace started riding motorcycles at the young age of 8 years old, as he came from a family of riders. He was 15 years old when he was first bitten by the European bike bug – a Norton 850 Commando showed him what style was and it's sound had him coming back for more. Since 1984, Jason has been through many different types of bikes, from Italian scooters to 2-strokes to café racers. Jason started building café bikes in 1988, and he claims he got into café bikes just because they are so cool! That Euro look and sound moved him through a variety of motorcycle subcultures and he enjoyed the scooter crowd, the Euro café scene, and found his way to owning BMWs for over 20 years. Jason bought his first Moto Guzzi at the ripe old age of 18 years old, and has owned 10 Guzzi over his life. He has owned over 200 bikes over the years.
Jason was lucky enough to meet a motorcycle woman; his wife Monica was already a rider when they met, and worked the parts counter at a bike shop in the past. She currently owns 2 motorcycles and a scooter herself!