Thornton's Motorcycle Sales | Ripley County, Indiana | Two Great Locations - Versailles & Madison
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Customer Reviews

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Raymond Pennington
4/17/2021
completely satisifed (Employee: Tracy Thomas)
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John Stephan
4/16/2021
Love my bike and this place does great work and business. Will always go there (Employee: Bill Schwagmeier, Steve Vest)
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Andrew Waddell
4/15/2021
Hassle free buying experience, great and friendly service (Employee: Tammy Schwagmeier)
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Ernie Grigsby
4/14/2021
Fantastic experience and excellent service (Employee: Myron Barnes)
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Gary Buckhave
4/14/2021
Always happy , very informative , and knows all the parts I need for my Machines. (Employee: Julie Wilson)
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Chris Wheatley
4/13/2021
Love coming to this dealer for parts service. The staff is always friendly and ready to help and always willing to talk shop. This is why I go out of my way to go to Thornton's and always have. (Employee: Julie Wilson)
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Cansas Perkins
3/30/2021
Amazing service. Great people.
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Christopher Gray
3/30/2021
Great service. (Employee: Myron Barnes)
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David Pierson
3/29/2021
Great friendly service. Very helpful through out the whole buying process. Even delivered my bike to Hanover so we wouldnt have to drive back up later.
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James Leininger
3/27/2021
Very professional work done in the promised time and work done was great. I did not think to request a black filter. I am very happy with the work as always. I Will recommend Thornton's for work anyone to I know or meet in the future. Thank You Very much.

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!