Co-owner of Moto Guild. Mechanical engineer by education, motorcycle rider by choice, business owner by demand.



Motorcycle enthusiast and long time Moto Guild customer. Writes code by day then transforms and becomes an invaluable source and teacher at Moto Guild. Between his 15 or so motorcycles he owns he's pretty much at the shop in his free time too.  


Lucy Carrera  

All things Ducati. And maybe a few others. ;) 



All things not Harley and prefers the European styles.



Been around Harley Davidson’s since before he could walk. Knows these beasts inside and out. Read our Yelp reviews - its mostly about him. He has a superb teaching style, patient but brilliant. If he only knew the rest of the models we’d have a genius on our hands. His availability is flexible and we love it that way! 



Rob teaches some of our Minor Service Workshops and dabbles in 1-on-1 appointments as we need him. This punk rock superstar prefers Japanese sport bikes and can probably fix an SV650 with his eyes closed. He's worked at many of the shops around the bay area and now has his very own in Oakland. 



CB750 is his favorite... but anything CB he'll touch. 70's and 80's are his thing.



Jack of all trades, master of all things sport. This guy knows more about Japanese sport bikes than I know about my own feet. If you can nab a couple hours of this guys time you have struck gold. When he’s not with us he’s working with an AMA race team or running support for Dunlop. He teaches our Valve Adjustment Workshops and prefers to work days so take some vacation time off from work and get ready. 



Dave Moss

Dave Moss was almost born in a sidecar and been around motorcycles his entire life. 

Since 1995 Dave has been helping riders learn more about every facet of a motorcycle on the street, track and dirt. He has specialized in all aspects of chassis and suspension tuning since that time and become world renown for his communication skills via his website, YouTube Channel, Facebook page and phone App for Android and Apple platforms. He regularly reaches over 100,000 people a month around the globe that want to learn more from Dave.

Dave's other passion is teaching, and he teaches as much he can between domestic and international travel with classes, seminars, workshops, suspension tuning rides and track day and race day suspension support. 

And then, there's racing. Dave has been a multiple AFM class Champion and earned a #9 Plate with AFM in 2014. He is currently evangelizing the rapidly growing 600 with a disabled fuel injector to create the fastest growing class in AFM - the 450 movement.