Established business in 1958
Stanley(1925-1983) & Thera
Stanley served the Canadian Army during WWII as a tank battalion service technician in the European Theater. Having been born in the US, he relocated state side after the war where he met Thera. He became locally known for tinkering with motorcycles. Before long Harley-Davidson contacted Stanley and Thera to see if they would like to open a dealership in Batavia. At that time until Stanley's passing the business was always a part time endeavor while Stanley was employed full time as a Genesee County Deputy Sheriff.
Darryl's parents first opened the doors on the business in 1958. Stanley passed down his knowledge of motorcycle repair to Darryl. Darryl's main rides are a 2012 CVO Road Glide and a 1988 Sportster with sidecar in tow. There was a time when Darryl only worked part time for his parents. At that time he worked as a tool and die maker.
Debbie's parents started the business way back in 1958 when the Harley-Davidson Motor Company set him up with a Dealership and a $1,500 worth of parts. Despite Stanley's passing in 1983 the business continued to grow and she was able to leave her position as a lab technician at a local hospital to handle motorcycle sales full time. She and her husband ride a 2018 115th Anniversary Tri Glide.
Tom has been with the company for many years. He likes to play a silent roll in the business
Parts and Accessories
Matt handles most of our shipping and receiving. He is a military history buff.
MaryLou is Darryl's wife. She has served our MotorClothes Department for several years. She is an active member in the Genesee County HOG® Chapter and currently rides a 2016 Harley-Davidson® Freewheeler.
Service Manager / Marketing & Web Facilitator
Trevor spent his summers and after school time running around the dealership. In junior high he began counting inventory in our parts department, but by the time he graduated high school the needs of our service department where growing so much that he transitioned over as a service technician. He currently rides a 2009 Road Glide and a 2004 Buell XB12R.
Service Writer / Facebook & Instagram Admin
Chances are if you are connected to our service department Colin will be one of the voices on the other side of the line. He also helps manage our Facebook and Instagram pages. In his spare time he enjoys music and coffee. He currently rides a CBR500R.
Jeremy started working in our Service Department at our old State Street location right out of high school and has been with us ever since. He has owned several H-D models through the years including a 2006 Road Glide that has been one of the fastest bikes to leave our shop. He enjoys working on off-road vehicles in his spare time.
Dave has a long mechanical history going back to when he used to field service semis. He has been employed in our service department for many years. His specialties include Boom! audio and electrical diagnostics.
Adam / "Monkey"
Adam started off here as a parts associate, but got the itch to move over to our service department. His 2002 Road King Classic is customized in his own special way.
Ryan / "Ryno"
Some of you might recognize Ryan as one of the guitar players for the band Down To Earth Approach. He loves motorcycles, Dukes of Hazard, music, and lawn tractors. He even owns the custom pick up truck used to haul the Dukes of Hazard "Stand Up General Lee."
Johnny grew up next door to Darryl and Debbie at our old State Street location. He has a long background in tool and die making industry. He is always available to lend a hand. Johnny can be seen riding his 2003 Road King Classic during warmer weather. The 1971 Super Glide in our collection belonged to Johnny for a number of years.
Service Writer / Technician
Steve O started out in our parts department, but with his background in fabrication we decided he would be a good fit in our service department. He currently owns 3 fully customized Sportsters and a sweet Shovelhead chopper.
Hannah started out recently as a high school intern, but her interest and enthusiasm has led us to offer her a longer term intern position.
Alex is Darryl's 120 pound Newfoundland. He has a sweet spot in the middle of his back that he loves having scratched if anyone is interested.
Greg is a long time customer and friend of the family turned employee. If we are picking up or delivering your motorcycle chances are his face will be the one you see. He currently rides a 2012 Ultra Limited.