If you are a fan of Revzilla, there’s more good news for you. It appears that the COMOTO owned company is building a second brick-and-mortar store. It’s to be only the second brick-and-mortar store by the now well-known Philadelphia-based brand.
The new store will be in Denver, Colorado. It will take residence in the vibrant and up-and-coming River North Arts District (RiNo) neighborhood. The RiNo neighborhood is popular for its artistic murals, restaurants, and activist community.
It is also home to a burgeoning powersports community called Octane Alley. Octane Alley is seeing revitalization thanks to Erico Motorsports owners Tai and John Beldock. The duo are well-known fixtures of the community, having operated their store for more than 25 years.
About the news, John Beldoc said:
“Having RevZilla as an anchor tenant for Octane Alley is the perfect fit. Denver’s motorcycling community has been coming to Erico Motorsports for over 25 years. By adding RevZilla to the mix, Octane Alley will truly become a destination for all things two-wheels.”
COMOTO Chief Retail Officer Sam Woods agrees that the Denver area is a good fit for the brand:
“Our RevZilla customers are eager to have more physical stores so they can interact face-to-face with the brand and with other enthusiasts. Denver was the #1 choice for our first RevZilla brick-and-mortar store. Not only is it a top tourist destination, but it also boasts a great riding community. When we saw the location and what they are creating with Octane Alley, we knew it would be a perfect fit.”
And it will carry a complete line of moto gear and accessories. In an increasingly internet-only era, it’s nice to have the opportunity to not only lay eyes on a piece of kit but to hold it in your hands and see it in person.
Once open, Joanne Donn, aka Instagram gearchic, will manage the new store. Donn is a motorcycle enthusiast and influencer. She also has extensive knowledge of the motorcycle industry and a passion for the riding community.
The new Revzilla store will occupy approximately 6,000 square feet. Designer Gaetane Michaue of Gaetane and Co. Design will be redesigning the floor space to fit Revzilla’s clientele and branding. According to Denver’s WSAZ:
“The goal of the architectural build-out is to maintain the original charm of the building while infusing it with RevZilla’s brand voice. The new RevZilla Denver store will be located at 2845 Walnut Street. It will soft-open in October 2021, followed by an official grand opening celebration in Spring 2022 to kick off the riding season.” – WSAZ, Denver
So for riders in the Denver area, there will be one more brick and mortar store to help you make your moto-related purchases.
Note: COMOTO/Revzilla did not ask for nor provide anything of value in return for this article.