​​133 HEAD ST. S. UNIT 6
N7G 2L1

Where did you learn the trade?

I learned by doing small jobs on my own bikes, then doing jobs for buddies. After my 23 year job at kellogg’s was done due to plant closure. I enrolled in the Harley Davidson Factory Technician 15 week program in Fairview Alberta. I am still learning every day!

Who the Hell is Scotty?

How long have you been riding?

Since about 13 or 14 years old, I have always been fascinated with motorcycles. Mom hated them so of course I had to have one! I had a few bikes growing up but I never started riding seriously until my wife and I bought our first Harley in 2004. I’ve been riding ever since!

What did you do before you opened the shop?

I spent 23 years at kelloggs in London as a fork lift mechanic. Thankfully they closed and I am able to pursue my passion.

Mission Statement

What kind of services do you provide?

​I can provide a full range of services from regular maintenance, tires, oils and batteries, to engine repair and performance building and tuning. I have full diagnostic abilities for troubleshooting, installation of audio equipment, Customizing and installing accessories, winter storage, and pick up and drop off available.  

What kind of bike do you ride?

I ride a 2012 FLHX Street Glide – Denim Black.

To provide my customers with the confidence, to enjoy the experience, of a safe, well performing motorcycle at an affordable price.




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What made you want to open a Harley shop?​

​Ever since I was a kid I took my bikes, and skateboards apart and fixed, cleaned, greased and whatever. My dad owned a corner gas station and i worked there as a shop boy, eventually an apprentice and got my class “A” licence. My grandfather was self employed in real estate, so it’s just in my blood I guess.