First of all, we are passionate about all things motorcycle. You could say we are on the verge of a Psycho Addiction. We want to make your experience with us to be the best it can be. We strive to be the most unique and to provide the coolest bikes, parts and accessories from our shop and from all over the world.
Brad Hall caught the bug early. His dad lived on a utility road in the Tacoma, Washington, area called the “Pipeline,” a long gravel road with trails on both sides. After his parents divorced, Brad at 8 years old, would go to his dad’s on weekends where he could hear motorcycles coming from “miles away.” He remembers running out to the road just to watch them ride by. Recognizing this passion Brad had for bikes, his dad finally sprung for a mini-bike, one with gold metal-flake and a rip cord engine. His dad would fire it up for him nice and early on weekends and Brad would ride all day long.
After a while he started to meet other riders and eventually got into racing motorcycles, something he did up to the age of 45. Hall started out on an XR75 and raced 125s and 250s and won a few amateur championships. He blew his shoulder out, bringing an end to his racing career.
“It’s just in my blood, man. I love bikes and still follow Supercross and the outdoor Nationals and stuff and go down to Washougal,” he said. Brad’s dad made him work on his bike by himself from the start. His dad said “If you are going to ride ’em, you’re going to know how to work on em”. Brad’s dad would drop him off at Puyallup Raceway Park to race and his dad would go fishing and pick him up after the races. Brad’s love to trick out bikes started with his first race bike, a XR75. Brad installed a Poweroll Big Bore Kit with a race cam and a Hacienda exhaust pipe, forward mounted the shocks and put a plastic gas tank on it. He was HOOKED!
Brad had one of the first water cooled CR125R with a heater core as a radiator before there was water cooled dirt bikes. The list of bikes goes on and on. Now Brad is laser focused on building awesome bikes. His plethora of ideas and creative spark are contagious and easily get his team excited about the next build. His experience with motorcycles is over four decades!
Broc’s interest in building bikes started at a very early age always in the shop growing up watching his dad build creations one after another. Since Broc could talk he talked about Moto. Before he was old enough to be in school he was watching motocross on tape and TV. He was riding bicycles at 2.5 and was racing BMX at 3 years of age and winning the races in a class of twice his age. Racing seemed to come easy for Broc. He had factory sponsors at an early age, the Pros would come out of the pits to watch his motos.
The pros named him Magic Man because the moves he would put on his competitors they said it was like magic. Broc won two national championships back to back and numerous national titles. As Broc grew, so did his interest in motorcycles. Broc’s first bike was an Italjet that had a custom aluminum swing arm with long travel suspension. He was just as fast on a motorcycle as when he raced BMX.
One of Broc best assets is when he puts his mind to something that he really enjoys, he achieves greatness at an elite level. He takes great pride in himself in giving excellent customer service. He wants your experience with Magics custom cycle to be a positive one that you’ll never forget. Broc currently is attending a motorcycle mechanic school increasing his knowledge and skills within the motorcycle industry to bring the latest technology to you.