Brother Moto in Atlanta attempts to provide a community workspace where motorcyclists can gather, chat and work on their bikes. Bobby Russell and Jared Erickson had an idea and founded the moto co-op in 2013. Their idea wasn't new. Tinkerers have it rough in large cities, where garage space is at a premium. There are several such endeavors located around the country in congested urban areas. But the efforts of Brother Moto are unique in their trials and tribulations— and their recent success.
After fighting a zoning board it appears Brother Moto has learned you really can't fight City Hall. But you can survive. Read all about it on Revzilla's Common Tread: