Shane McMahon's other business venture maintains the soul of the motorcyle industry
Taking control of Raw isn’t the only “shop” Shane McMahon runs these days; he is also a partner in the Brooklyn-based Indian Larry Motorcycles. McMahon, his partner Bobby Seeger and their shop is featured in the May 2016 Moto issue of “Inked” magazine.
The shop itself is named after Indian Larry — a reknowned motorcycle builder, artist and rider — who worked in various motorcycle shops in New York City before settling in Brooklyn and opening Gasoline Alley.
Although Gasoline Alley closed after Indian Larry’s passing, his legacy lives on through Shane-O-Mac and Seeger’s shop, located not far from the former Gasoline Alley. Keeping the Brooklyn roots strong was important to the Indian Larry Motorcycles team as was capturing the spirit of the shop’s namesake in each custom bike they build.
“The brand is real and it is raw,” McMahon told “Inked” magazine. “It’s got that great attitude of hard work and creativity that resonates with a lot of people.”
Check out the May 2016 Moto issue of “Inked” magazine for the full feature.