Motorcycle seller Garage TRS opens Oct. 12

Press release from business owner:

Garage TRS is the newest division located within “Asheville’s Coolest Store”, The Regeneration Station. Asheville’s premiere destination for antiques, oddities, and well-priced furniture is evolving yet again. The same powers that brought you all of the above have gone even further. Bringing you their perfected purveyors’ approach to (now) motorcycles, Tyler Garrison (owner) will be launching his next evolution, Garage TRS later this month.

Specializing in rare Harley Davidsons, Vintage Cycle Classics, Italian Sport Bikes and custom dream machines, this is a motorcyclist’s fantasy come-true. According to Garrison, “We may not sell the most bikes, but we definitely sell the coolest!”

Come join The Regeneration Station to celebrate their newest, and most impressive element, Garage TRS with free food and beer. And stay into the evening for their first ever Bike Night (with more to come) on Monday, October12th. The Ribbon Cutting is from 4-7pm, and Bike night starts at 7pm. Attendees are encouraged to ride in on their prized two-wheel possessions. If you are still looking for yours, you might just find the bike of your dreams!


The Regeneration Station

Garage TRS

26 Glendale Ave, 28803

(Across the street from Brother Wolf Animal Rescue)


Monday, October 12TH 2015

Ribbon Cutting 4-7pm

Bike Night 7pm till

About Alli Marshall
Alli Marshall has lived in Asheville for more than 20 years and loves live music, visual art, fiction and friendly dogs. She is the winner of the 2016 Thomas Wolfe Fiction Prize and the author of the novel "How to Talk to Rockstars," published by Logosophia Books. Follow me @alli_marshall

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