Okay – it’s really more like, a woman and a man, an idea, a plan, WORSE FOR WEAR! But that doesn’t sound nearly as cool and it’s definitely not a palindrome, although we are working on our copywriting skills. Continue reading A man, A plan, A Canal, Panama!
We just got back from walking around the 87,000sf Wolff-Fording factory in Shockoe Bottom. One of the owners, Stuart Feldstein, was kind enough to take us on a tour of their old production facility on East Main Street in Richmond, Virginia. Continue reading Buying Industrial Sewing Machines
UPDATE [1/1/2017]: Thanks so much to everyone who contributed to the Women’s Measurement Project. The survey is now closed, but if you’d like to see how to best measure yourself for a great-fitting pair of riding jeans, check out our Size Guide.
Tired of wearing pants that are too small in some places and too big in others? Sick of gapping waistlines and plumber’s crack? Having a tough time finding motorcycle gear in your size? If so, please share your measurements with us in the Worse for Wear Women’s Measurement Project. We want to make clothes that fit you, both on and off the bike. In order to do so, we need to know how short/tall/skinny/curvy you are. After all, we may be smart, but we’re not mind readers. The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous, though if you’d like to sign up for our newsletter at the end, we think that would be pretty neat, too.
Thanks a bunch!
Laura & Scott
We closed on this property on April 20, 2015. Scott and I were still living in Austin, Texas at the time, so we had to fly out to Richmond to sign all the paperwork at the closing. We arrived a few days early on the 18th – I was just coming back from a business trip in Brazil, and Scott was flying in from Austin. His mom and step-dad were kind enough to let us stay with them for the few days; it’s great to have all of his family so close to us. Continue reading Inside West Broad Street – The Beginning
That’s the place we call both Work and Home. Scott and I closed on the property in April 2015 and moved from Austin, Texas to Richmond, Virginia on June 29th to begin working on it. You can see from the photos that she’s an eye-catcher but not necessarily a looker. Continue reading West Broad Street. Richmond, Virginia.