Many readers have been asking for a technical Q and A and a general department for motorcycle maintenance and repair. As luck would have it, we’ve found just the guy to help you sort out your classic conundrums. Meet Keith Fellenstein, a longtime classic bike enthusiast and the proprietor of Geezer’s Garage, a classic motorcycle repair shop Keith runs out of his Kansas home.
We’ve been wanting to put this department together for some time, but were waiting for the right guy to come along. We think Keith, with his years of experience wrenching everything from aged Aermacchis to jaded Jawas and nasty Nortons, is just that guy. Keith’s not a factory-trained tech. Like many of us, he’s worked his way to a place of knowledge the old-fashioned way; by getting his hands dirty and figuring it out. At the end of the day, there’s no substitute for experience, and Keith has it by the bucket load.
If you’re having trouble with that old Suzuki, BSA or BMW, Keith Fellenstein is your guy. From motorcycle tuning tips to detailed motorcycle engine repair, he can draw from a wealth of experience to help guide you to success. Send your questions to Keith via e-mail with "Keith's Garage" as your subject.
So, take the tarp off your classic bike and let Motorcycle Classics’Tech Corner help you get it back on the road!