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!

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. 

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 free pick up and drop off.  

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




Who the Hell is Scotty?

Mission Statement

What kind of bike do you ride?

I ride a 2012 FLHX Street Glide – Denim Black.


​​133 HEAD ST. S. UNIT 6
N7G 2L1

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.

Strathroy's Local Bike Shop!

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!