JimBronson.com started its evolution in late 2007, living and working in Japan, I accidentally hit the wrong button on my television and flipped to a Japanese television channel, the TV series Then Came Bronson was on and he was talking Japanese.   I suddenly was swept back to 1969 when I was 18 and saw the show, bought a bike and tried to live out the Bronson mystique that summer.  Also in 2007 I was learning how to build websites and launched a page for TCB, and met Greg and Billy, now charter members of Bronson's Garage.  From that time forward Tom, Bill, Rich, Peter, Don, and Robin have been inducted into the Garage, and we have become friends with Jerry who painted the original bikes and Birney, the man whom Bronson's life and adventures were based,  also Bobby, who was a camera man on all 26 episodes.   We have celebrated the 40th, 41st, 42nd, 43rd, 44th, 45th, 46th, 47th, 48th, 49th and 50th Anniversary of TCB, with reunions of Bronson's Garage members at various episode filming locations.  COVID-19 has gotten in the way for any Reunions at this time.   Our You Tube channel is as populated with nostalgia as well is JB.com.  Come back in time and recapture your youth and enjoy the TV show that inspired us to ride. 

Until then you hang in there and we'll see ya on the long lonesome highway!


Boot's Bikes (Webmaster JB.com)

My 1970 TCB Replica Bike in 2010 at The Bridge.

My 2009 TCB Tribute Bike in 2011.

Here is how Bruce & Betsy at AriZona Rider Motorcycle News describes Bronson's Garage...

" Bronson's Garage is a small group of like-minded TCB fans who enjoy sharing the series with new people, rebuilding and preserving the bikes & memorabilia, and exploring Jim Bronson's Long Lonesome Highway for themselves. "


Bruce & Betsy

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