Ulterior Motors started off years ago as a joke and a personal blog. I bounced around a lot, and it languished. But over time when I was working in different positions, I slowly came to realize that I needed to branch out and do my own thing. I started offering freelance machining and fabrication services, and branched out into helping local cyclists solve their own unique problems. It got hard to manage as it grew, and so I took the leap of making a company of it. That company is Ulterior Motors.
If you've got an idea, I'm here for you. If you have a problem, I'm here. If you need wheels, a frame, a crank... I'm here.