Texas shop plans to open second location

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A Texas custom shop has won preliminary city approval to open a second location at a vacant gas station in Seabrook.

Twisted Custom Cycles owner Jason Olson says he is submitting a landscaping plan and hopes to open the second location Aug. 12. The City Council is requiring Olson to conduct exhaust testing indoors only and provide a safe entry and exit from and to an adjacent highway. The council is expected to make a final decision on Olson's conditional use permit July 19.

“We’re not going to be building bikes there; we’ll just be doing services, dynos, tune-ups, parts, helmets, chrome -- things of that nature,” he told the Bay Area Citizen.

Olson’s first Twisted Custom Cycles shop is in Alvin.

Posted by Holly Wagner