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Customer Reviews

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karl tolliver
Work was done in a timely manner.
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Dana Graver
Scott was awesome! Very knowledgeable and patient! He let us test drive several different units until we felt we made the best choice for us! Thanks, Scott! (Employee: Scott Stoner)
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Rick Jackson
Thortons had it .Bought it. Love it. Only dealer to have the right brackets for the mirrors. Thanks Rick
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Joseph Leurck
I got just the ATV I was looking for to replace our older (17 yrs.) one. Also at the right price. Can't say enough good things. Very organized business. Scott was great to work with in finding the ATV I wanted. (Employee: Scott Stoner)
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mike koehler
five star rating from me. I do not know how I did the one star. sorry!
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Dawnta Bates
Love my new bike Great group of guys to work with...Thanks (Employee: Scott Stoner, Myron Barnes)
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Have had bike all summer and been great. Thanks again. (Employee: Tracy Thomas)
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Gary Richter
Was a great experience. Easy to deal with and great group of people to work with . Thank you all ! (Employee: Tammy Schwagmeier, Bill Schwagmeier)
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Asher Wathan
Found the CVO online at Thornton's. Called Bill on Thursday picked bike up on Monday. Drove 5 hrs one way. Great people to work with. Thanks for making it so easy to get it done. (Employee: Bill Schwagmeier)
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Jeff Mitchell
Great service! (Employee: Tammy Schwagmeier)

Welcome to Thornton's Motorcycle Sales

Thornton's Motorcycle Sales began many years ago when John Thornton decided to sell and repair used motorcycles. He did this mostly as a hobby, as he worked third shift at a factory and did his "motorcycling" during the day. In 1970, John made the decision to make motorcycling a career. He built a very small block building on the property beside his home, and started business. The first franchise carried was Hodaka. Suzuki was added in the spring of 1975. In 1976, the business had outgrown the little block building, and a larger facility was built next door. (This "larger" building has been added onto many times. There are now approximately 24,000 sq feet under roof, including warehouse.) Several more franchises have been added over the years, including Honda in 1979, and Kawasaki in 1993. FOR THE REST OF THE STORY: Come in and visit!