Mickey Cohen has never been a stranger to motorsports, growing up he was surrounded by motorcycle and automotive racing.  By the time he was a young adult, he had started working on bikes out of his garage wherever he lived at the time, building a loyal customer base and building it up year after year.


Over the years, Mickey proved himself in the motorcycle and automotive racing industries, earning himself a strong reputation as a talented mechanic and tuner.  His meticulous attention to detail and wealth of experience led to him handling Triumph’s Press fleets, building a turbo Hayabusa for Shaquille O’Neal and a custom Triumph Thruxton for Ryan Reynolds to name a few.


As Mickey’s customer base grew he began looking for the perfect place to build his motorcycle repair and tuning shop. After a long search, he found a 9,600 square-foot warehouse in Placentia, California.  He has since built the shop into a state of the art dyno tuning facility equipped with a motorcycle dyno, SxS/UTV/ATV dyno, Ohlins suspension service center and full performance shop.  It’s been 30+ years since then and he’s still going at it, building his name as one of the most reputable and respected motorcycle performance shops around.


Those with long memories will be familiar with Cohen’s work in both the automotive and motorcycle racing. He wrenched Curtis Adams to an AMA Pro Thunder title decades back, earning Tuner of the Year award from the AMA for his efforts making a Triumph T595 Triple haul ass.

Mickey Cohen on track