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Party Time - Nash Sickle Garage Grand Opening

Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Nash Sickle Garage Grand Opening
There’s a big celebration going on this weekend to commemorate the official grand opening of the Nash Sickle Garage. To bring everybody up to speed, the Nash Motorcycle Co. is expanding operations. Taber has moved from Vancouver, Washington, to Los Angeles, CA, where he’s now set up shop with the Perri Ink. Cartel on Melrose Ave. The Nash Bro’s make no-frills American bobbers and choppers that are meant to be ridden hard. They also make some great parts, from the popular Gimp Hanger handlebars to the Looky Looky fuel gauge. The new enterprise will continue to be a full-service shop providing everything from oil changes to ground-up builds.

We haven’t got a chance to visit Perri Ink yet, but next time we’re in LA, we’re definitely poppin’ in. Founded by guitarist and entrepreneur Nick Perri and his wife Misi, Perri Ink is a lifestyle destination. Besides building bikes, they also make custom guitars in-house, have a tattoo and piercing parlor on-site as well as a barber shop. They also have an apparel line.

But back to this weekend’s party. It’s this Saturday, July 21, at their shop, 7303 Melrose Ave. in LA. There will be free food and drinks, $1000 in raffle prizes will be given away, and Gene Louis and Noah Eng (with special guest Nick Perri himself) will be providing the musical entertainment.

As the flyer says, Perri Ink “Welcomes All Misfits for a Night of Celebration.” ‘Nuff said.
Post Tags: Perri Ink, Nick Perri, Taber Nash, Nash Motorcycle Co., Nash Sickle Garage
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AC July 31, 2012 08:20 PM
The Nash motorcycle company have no honor. I ordered and paid them $500.00 for leather bags in March 2012. Got the runaround two months later. Now they don't answer their e-mail or phone. As of August 2012 I still no bags or a refund. They basically stole $500.00 from me. -Pissed off in Canada