Jeremy has been around bikes his whole life. He started out racing snowmobiles and motocross when he was young. His love of motorsports as a hobby evolved into working on them as a career. After working in various shops in various positions he took a leap of faith opening Flash Motorbikes in 2011. He treats every bike as if he owns it and has a very blunt and straight forward approach. He has built many custom bikes over the years. Two of them have been featured in the Handbuilt motorcycle show. Jeremy has won various awards at local shows here in Austin and Chicago as well. He enjoys riding all sorts of motorcycles and has an eclectic collection of various bikes and projects.
Tiffany handles the business and customer service aspects of the shop. She does the bookkeeping, ordering, emails, service advising , motorcycle sales, and state inspections. Basically she keeps this shop running smoothly. Tiffany’s earliest memory is riding on the gas tank of her Dad’s Harley when she was a toddler. Throughout her childhood she would ride as a passenger with her dad, then started riding her own bike after college. She owns a couple of small displacement bikes, her favorite being a 2 stroke 1975 Yamaha Rs100 café racer.
Seth has been working on motorcycles for 8 years. He studied Physics at The University of Texas and worked in the green tech industry until February 2016 when he joined Flash Motorbikes to do what he loves. Seth has a multitude of vintage machines, most notably a custom xs650 chopper which was featured it 2016 Handbuilt motorcycle show. The same bike won best Rocker in the 2016 Rockers VS Mods motorcycle and scooter rally. Seth enjoys working on anything with two wheels that puts a smile on someone’s face. He particularly enjoys vintage Japanese and European machines.