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Join Jaymes in the Dime City Garage as he explains proper helmet fitment our new video.

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By Dime City Cycles June 20, 2018 No comments

The Dime City Dispatch Jan/Feb Edition

By Dime City Cycles February 5, 2015 1 comment

Prism Motorcycle Company

By Dime City Cycles May 16, 2014 No comments

In a few short years Dime City Cycles has been fortunate enough to earn a loyal following as one of the many contributors to the revival of vintage speed machines. In 2012 a team of students from Full Sail University, that were interested in vintage motorcycles, Cafe Racers in specific, approached Jason and Herm and asked if they could do their final project on the Dime City Cycles brand.

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By Dime City Cycles November 9, 2012 No comments

In this fast-paced and steadily increasing world of information and imagery overload, sometimes, it's nice to hear a voice instead of just look at pretty pictures on your favorite BLOGs or Facebook news feed.

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By Dime City Cycles May 7, 2012 No comments

Check it out Speed Freaks, the custom Shadow VT800C we recently finished is up for display on BikeEXIF.com this week.

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By Dime City Cycles February 28, 2012 No comments

Dime City Cycles puts together a quick custom Triumph Bonneville SE for Duncan Quinn for a a photoshoot and running around town in NYC.

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By Dime City Cycles September 15, 2011 No comments

BikeEXIF.com announces sponsorship of best in show motorcycle class at Dime City Cycles Grand Opening Event on May 14th.

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By Dime City Cycles April 11, 2011 No comments

Dime City Cycles featured in Mondo Biker Magazine!

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By Dime City Cycles April 4, 2011 No comments

Juan Chaparro from Democrathings.com interviews Jason Paul Michaels and Herm Narciso from Dime City Cycles discussing the build process behind a Cafe Racer and why the duo chooses Vintage Honda's to share their dream with the motorcycle community.

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By Dime City Cycles March 30, 2011 1 comment