At age 15, Miguel began with working on his 1952 Chevy pick-up; bringing it back to life and customizing it to his liking. Shortly thereafter he acquired his first motorcycle, a Kawasaki 500. Similar to his truck he couldn’t wait to strip it down and give it the style he had envisioned. Having since then developed a passion for cutting, chopping and riding motorcycles, Miguel has made it a point to explore various styles and designs. A great part of his mission has been inspired by many legendary masters of craftsmanship such as Donnie Smith and Arlen Ness.
As the heart of Lane Splitters Garage, Miguel continues to learn and progress on every project. His passion for motorcycles is apparent when you meet him and experience the environment he has created at the shop.
Lane Splitters Garage’s Arizona raised rider Dom is no stranger to high flying, fast riding action. Coming up on dirt bikes since a child, he has raced with some of the best with a special thanks to Goodrich Racing for honing his motocross skills while riding in many amateur national events over the course of 5 years.
Dom jumped on a sporty and it was all over! Now on a fresh built Dyna he is constantly working on tricks and his stunt style of riding. As of late we have gotten him into Flat Track racing, which he has proven to be a true competitor. Stay tuned to our events and news pages as he travels all over stunting and racing!