About Us

Through our mutual history and passion for the craft of motorcycles and fine automobiles, William Shatner and American Wrench came together to do something that has not been done before.  Without a formidable machine in the marketplace that provides the experience Bill desired, we set out to design and develop something that would not just meet his expectations, but blow the minds of everyone who sees, pilots or experiences Rivet.

William Shatner William Shatner needs no introduction, but what might not be so obvious is his passion for fine machines.  Bill's desire is to experience a ride that is unlike anything readily available in the market today.  This has driven the creation of a new breed of motorcycle and ultimately a company that combines the best attributes found in high performance cars, hot rods and motorcycles.
Kevin SirotekSelf diagnosed with an oil addiction and coming from a long line of motor-enthusiasts, Kevin is a 4th generation stakeholder in Illinois Auto Electric Co. (1915), parent company of American Wrench.  He has vision, a design/3D background and experience in the fuel category, personally and through business.  Kevin's belief is that everyone should experience Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Horsepower.
Randy SchwarzTo make some extra money, Randy's father did hot rod work on the side and had a different project going in their garage every weekend as he was growing up.  Randy has been building hot rods / customs on his own since he was 16 years old and is now known for building some of the finest machines around. Randy's passion for mechanical excellence results in experiences that have not been had before.
Dylan MollerWith a passion for innovation, Dylan has been building and evolving businesses from recording studios to entertainment properties for more than 15 years.  Armed with an MBA and a film degree, he brings a focused management style and a creative edge for production management.  Dylan is always pushing forward and never satisfied.
Dan Ulreich Obsessed with model cars as a kid, Dan moved to painting his friends bikes and then his first car when he was 15 years old. Body work and paint is Dan’s passion, his goal is to out do himself everytime. His work is regularly seen on covers of industry magazines.  Dan's body skills are going to be critical to executing the vision for Rivet.  
Paul Quinn Growing up in Chicago, Paul got started building cars with his brother at age 16. Paul pursued a degree in mechanics in 1978, leading him to further study paint and body. Putting his skills to work, Paul’s number one goal is to make the customer happy.  

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