In 1962 it all started as a small business with just a few bushel baskets full of parts and now, more than 50 years later, Napoleon Harley-Davidson has grown into the flourishing business it is today. The dealership’s current incarnation features a 40,000 plus square foot facility filled with a top notch selection of new and used motorcycles, the best selection of modern and classic styled apparel and collectables, collection of the most preeminent parts and accessories available and a customer first driven service department. We also feature an eclectic collection of Harley-Davidson memorabilia from over the last 50 plus years, including an array of vintage collectable Harley-Davidson motorcycles in our one of a kind museum.
Jim and Lynn Loomis, owners of Napoleon Harley-Davidson, are proud to be a business owner in this great community, and strive to help out the community whenever possible. Hosting numerous blood drives, being a collection point for school supplies and Christmas gifts for the kids and supporting local charities by providing a stop for their poker runs are just some of the ways Napoleon Harley-Davidson support the local community. By being a proud member of the Henry County Chamber of Commerce and the Better Business Bureau allows Napoleon Harley-Davidson continues to keep their finger on the pulse of the community. For example, starting in the spring of 2015 we will be offering the ultimate new rider customer experience with the addition of our Riding Academy program. For those that are not new to riding and have the basics cover, the advanced riding course will be just what you are looking for.
They invite you to take a stroll through the museum, test ride on your next Harley-Davidson Motorcycle or pick up a T-shirt or two. Napoleon Harley-Davidson is open 7 days a week and is conveniently located just off of new US 24 at 862 American Rd. To take a virtual tour of our facility, for a list of upcoming events or to learn more about this incredible local business, please visit the website.
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