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Customer Reviews

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Dennis Eve
Thanks to the guys at the Madison Thorntons doing a great job getting my side by service done
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Philip Stotts
Great job getting me the bike I wanted (Employee: Tammy Schwagmeier)
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They are a very good bunch of people that care about their customer service they work with you as much as they can and they take care of their customers thank you for a great bike (Employee: Scott Stoner)
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Mark Shrader
Great Service & friendly folks (Employee: Myron Barnes)
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Bill Cohron
Thank you for a very good experience buying a new Kawasaki mule. Very knowledgeable and helpful in all areas. (Employee: Tammy Schwagmeier, Bill Schwagmeier)
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Charles Bennett
Stayed late to get me on my new gsxr and back on the road. Friendly easy going staff with very reasonable prices drove almost 2 hrs because nobody had them beat ! (Employee: Tracy Thomas, Tracy Thomas, Julie Wilson, Tammy Schwagmeier)
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Tom Dockins
Myron kept me informed about progress. Reviewed old part and explained what happened (Employee: Myron Barnes, Myron Barnes)
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Jay Kohl
Everyone at Thorntons goes out of their way to take care of you as a customer , i've never had a bad experience there. I highly recommend them for all your needs.
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I was vary pleased with the people who work for thorntons. They are always considerate. I have bought two motorcycles from them and will always come back. Thanks myron,monty and julie
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Francis Walker
Our daughter was so happy to see her new atv (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!