25th Anniversary competition recognizes powersports retailers for their Commitment to the Customer
SUNBURY, OH – Dealernews announces the winners of the 25th Anniversary Top Dealer Awards, the motorcycle and powersports industry’s longest running and most prestigious retail competition.
The competition recognizes motorcycle and powersports dealerships across the United States for their Commitment to the Customer, and awards Dealers for their efforts to be ambassadors for the sport, the industry and the rider lifestyle in their markets.
For the silver anniversary year, Dealernews will separately acknowledge the Top 25 Dealers whose entries scored highest in this year’s competition; these, along with the winners of special awards — including the Dealernews Dealer of the Year and the winners of the category-specific IDEA Awards — will be announced in early August.
“Three out of four contestants this year entered one or more IDEA Award categories, which were new to the competition. That is the highest level of participation for the category-specific awards, ever,” said Mary Green, vice president and general manager of Dealernews.
More than two dozen states are represented in this year’s winning class. States with the highest number of winning dealerships are Texas (nine winners), North Carolina (5), Michigan (4) and Virginia (4).
A list of the Top Dealers is provided below.
ALASKA – House of Harley-Davidson (Anchorage)
ARIZONA – Ride Now Powersports Peoria (Peoria), Sierra Cycles (Sierra Vista)
CALIFORNIA – Del Amo Motorsports of Redondo Beach (Redondo Beach), Irv Seaver Motorcycles (Orange)
COLORADO – Fay Myers Motorcycle World (Greenwood Village)
FLORIDA – Fun Bike Center Motorsports (Lakeland), Jaguar Power Sports (Jacksonville)
GEORGIA – Atlanta Highway Indian Motorcycle (Alpharetta), Freedom Powersports McDonough (McDonough)
ILLINOIS – Conrad’s Harley-Davidson (Shorewood)
INDIANA – Bud’s Harley-Davidson (Evansville)
KENTUCKY – Lexington Motorsports LLC (Lexington)
MICHIGAN – Babbitt’s Sports Center (Muskegon), Hot Rod Harley-Davidson (Muskegon), Lakeside Motor Sports (Mecosta), Nelsons Speed Shop (Greenville)
MINNESOTA – Simply Street Bikes (Eden Prairie)
MISSOURI – Big St. Charles Motorsports Mall (St. Charles), Gene’s Gallery Inc. (Springfield)
MISSISSIPPI – Hattiesburg Cycles (Hattiesburg)
NEW YORK – Bob Weaver Motorsports & Marine Inc. (North Tonawanda), Pioneer Motorsport Inc. (Sardinia)
NORTH CAROLINA – Indian Motorcycle Charlotte (Lowell), Ray Price Inc. (Raleigh), Ride Now Powersports Concord / Indian Motorcycle Concord (Concord), Select Cycle (Greensboro), Smokin’ Harley-Davidson (Winston-Salem)
OHIO – Mad River Harley-Davidson (Sandusky), Napoleon Harley-Davidson (Napoleon), Piqua Harley-Davidson (Piqua)
OKLAHOMA – Myers-Duren Harley-Davidson (Tulsa)
SOUTH CAROLINA – Black Jack Harley-Davidson (Florence)
TEXAS – Central Texas Powersports (Georgetown), Cycle Center of Denton (Denton), Freedom Powersports Weatherford (Hudson Oaks), Harley-Davidson of Waco (Waco), Lumberjack Harley-Davidson (Nacogdoches), Roughneck Harley-Davidson (Longview), Texarkana Harley-Davidson (Texarkana), Texas Harley-Davidson (Bedford), Texoma Harley-Davidson (Sherman)
UTAH – Addictive Behavior Motor Works (Salt Lake City)
VIRGINIA – Black Bear Harley-Davidson (Wytheville), Black Wolf Harley-Davidson (Bristol), Commonwealth PowerSports (Prince George), Friendship Motorsports (Bristol)
WASHINGTON – South Sound Honda Suzuki Polaris (Olympia)
WEST VIRGINIA – Black Sheep Harley-Davidson (formerly Charlie’s Harley-Davidson, Huntington), Cole Harley-Davidson (Bluefield)
WISCONSIN – Open Road Harley-Davidson (Fond du Lac), Road Track and Trail LLC (Big Bend), The House of Harley-Davidson (Greenfield)