Harley-Davidson® Sales Department
Michael started his motorcycle career at Fairfiled Honda in 1968, as a parts associate. After graduating from High School, he went to full time and became the parts manager. The dealership later became Fairfield Cycle Center which turned into Fairfield Harley-Davidson. In 2002, Michael left Fairfield Harley-Davidson to work at Golden Gate Harley-Davidson, as a sales lead until 2009. He then returned to Iron Steed Harley-Davidson, where he ran sales.
Michael finally landed here at Micheal's Harley-Davidson on May 1, 2010. We are so happy to have such a positive person join our sales team. He has such a wealth of knowledge and we are lucky to have him as a part of our familiy here at Michael's Harley-Davidson.
Michael is married to Retta, his High School sweetheart and wife, of 40 years. They have 7 grandchildren and loves life!
Please come by and see Michael, as he has a tremedous number of friends and customers in this business.
Matt has been with MHD since May of 2001, and he has been a great asset to the dealership. Matt has worked in the Service department and the Parts department, but his passion is in the Sales department. Matt is with out a doubt the go to guy when it comes to Motorcycles, he knows his stuff. Matt's only transportation is a 2009 Ultra Classic.
Ted helps keep us grounded here at Michael's Harley-Davidson. He has been at MHD since October of 2006. We've dragged him out of retirement to be our part-time Sales Professional. Ted has many years of experience in the insurance business & customer service field. He has been riding since 1953 ... no license. He now has a license and Ted currently owns (are ya ready?): 03 Ultra Classic®, 99 Road King®, 53 Harley-Davidson® FL, 48 Harley-Davidson® FL, 64 Harley® Pacer, 71 Harley-Davidson® FLH ... all this while working on a 34 & 35 Harley-Davidson® VL. I think this guy knows a thing or two about Harley® bikes!
I have been riding since 1963, but I purchased my first Harley at age 55, an XL883. Decided I needed something a little larger and purchased an XL1200C. Three months following that purchase, I saw an FXSTDI on the showroom floor and decided that I must have that as well. I was advised not to test ride a touring bike unless I was prepared to buy one. I did, and 6 months later found the perfect FLHTCUI. Following much customization of both platforms and lots of fun riding, I decided that a CVO would be nice. I wound up with an '07 FLHRSE3, which is now at nearing 40,000 miles.
You'll still find me at MHD even when I'm not on duty in motorcycle sales but between appointments for my construction business relaxing and having a cup of coffee. It is a fun place to be.