This is the first post to what I hope will be a great blog that will help other motorcyclist.
My earliest memory of motorcycles was around the ripe old age of two. My Dad had a garage full of bikes but I best remember the Yamaha XT500. It looked a lot like this one.
Once I was strong enough to grip the crossbar, Dad would put me in front of him on the gas tank and I would ride with up and down road. Dad had a knack for riding wheelies and I remember requesting them often. I don't think my Mom and Grandmother were nearly as impressed. No harm, no foul.
My Dad's 1976 TT500
On my third Christmas I remember sJason's first motorcycle - Suzuki JR50 - at age 4neaking into the living room before the rest of the house woke up. Beside the Chrismas Tree was a small blanket covering an odd-shaped object. As I moved in for a closer inspection I saw a little piece of yellow plastic poking out. A yellow dirt bike fender! I couldn't keep my excitement contained - Mom and Dadwere drawn out of bed by an super-pumped toddler who just found his first real motorcycle! As I think back on my childhood most of the memories I have are related to motorcycles. I caught the 2-wheeled bug very early.
Jason's first motorcycle - Suzuki JR50 - at age 4
Today I am very lucky to work in the industry I love. I wake up everyday looking forward to the fun I will have being around motorcycles and the great people who ride them. I am thankful to have such a great team of enthusiast who work along side me at Central Florida PowerSports. We all share the same passion for powersports and work everyday to bring this enthusiasm to our many great customers.
I hope to see you on the trail or road soon.
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