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Customer Reviews

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Michael Murphy
7/2/2020
I dont know who all was involved with taking care of the issue I had but they did an outstanding job. They got it in and taken care of way faster than I expected and a lot cheaper than I was expecting. I was very satisfied and I want thank you all very much. (Employee: Julie Wilson)
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Jeffrey Schafer
6/27/2020
Awesome experience! Great people and an awesome product! Definitely will recommend friends to buy from y'all! (Employee: Bill Schwagmeier, Tammy Schwagmeier)
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Zachary Humphrey
6/26/2020
Excellent customer service. Friendly staff.
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Brad Davis
6/25/2020
Great service (Employee: Mike Lytle)
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Tamara Stephen
6/25/2020
Everyone was helpful and nice. (Employee: Tracy Thomas, Myron Barnes)
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Josh Dixon
6/24/2020
Tracy was very nice and helpful I am still waiting on delivery of my harley though (Employee: Tracy Thomas)
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Gero Ayala
6/24/2020
Hi
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Booker Kilburn
6/23/2020
Very easy transaction. Knowledgeable staff. More than willing to set parts out for me. (Employee: Julie Wilson)
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Matt Ringstrom
6/15/2020
Excellence in service and price (Employee: Myron Barnes)
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Mike Wilson
6/11/2020
Recieved straightforward no BS talk. No pressure to buy. Feel like I was taken care of. Havent needed to use service yet so well see how that plays out. Hope it's like when I bought.

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!