Bill grew up in East Tennessee helping his dad and uncle work on tractors, trucks and cars (ok holding the flashlight or drop light).
The passion for two wheels and motorcycles was formed at a young age riding mini bikes and yes even mopeds.
His first motorcycle was a 1979 Yamaha Enduro 100 that was a Christmas present from his parents. There has been at least one bike in his stable since.
Currently in the stable 1993 Suzuki Bandit GSF 400, 2008 Harley Street Bob and a 2015 Harley Street Glide.
He has ridden his motorcycles in at least 11 States. Bill at a young age would take things apart to see how they worked and put them back together.
He is detail oriented and is all about quality instead of quantity. He goes above and beyond to make sure it is right. Bill takes the time to explain the work performed and inform the customer of any functions or features the owner may not be aware of.
A quote of Bill’s “If you see one of my Bikes on a trailer call 911 because its been stolen”