The Team

The Team

Owner

Tim Sherman

Owner

Tim Sherman

419.283.3280

Sales Team

Mark

Sales Manager

Mark

BillyBob

Business Manager

BillyBob

BillyBob has been riding for 11 years. He started with Toledo Harley-Davidson in 2011 as a Service Writer then later became a Certified Technician before becoming a Sales Associate in 2017. BillyBob's advice to new riders is to "Keep your head on a swivel, always pay attention and have fun!" "I ride because it's a sense of freedom. You can have a bad day but as soon as you get on your bike and cruise you forget about your bad day."

Jobe

Sales Associate

Jobe

Tammy

Sales Associate

Tammy

Tony

Sales Associate

Tony

A native Toledo-an and Harley rider for 13+ years, Tony brings 30 years of sales experience to Toledo H-D®. Tony is exceptionally excited to help beginning and experienced riders realize a new dream on a new or used Harley Motorcycle.

Parts Team

Will

Parts Manager

Will

Gary

Parts Associate

Gary

Parts Associate

Steve Rusch

Pam

Inventory Manager

Pam

Service Team

Master Technician

Jerod

Service Technician

Jon

Service Writer/Tech

Luke

Tyler

Service Porter

Tyler

Motorclothes® Team

Heather

Motorclothes Manager

Heather

Angie

Motorclothes Associate

Angie

Taylor

MotorClothes Associate

Taylor

Tammy

Motorclothes Associate

Tammy

Admin

Controller

Kathy

Rick

Maintenance

Rick

Marketing Director

Brittinee Huntley

Riding Academy®

Adam

Riding Academy® Instructor

Adam

Adam has been riding for over 38 years and teaching for Harley-Davidson for over 12. He has worked in machine shops and now designs gearboxes for high performance and race applications. His goal is to make custom motorcycle parts from home. Adam's teaching style is to try to have a lot of fun and keep the students upbeat. His advice for new riders is to "Relax, have fun and look where you want the bike to go." Why does Adam ride? "Because it's cool!!"

Kit

Riding Academy® Instructor

Kit

Kit has been riding for 47 "safe" years! He's been teaching new riders for over 15 years. When he's not riding or teaching he is a chiropractor who has been practicing for 41 years. His teaching style follows the standards set by MSF and Harley-Davidson along with his main priorities of having fun and showing patience so that students will have an enjoyable experience. Kit's advice to new riders is to "Practice every week-especially braking with both brakes so that it becomes a habit. Also, practicing slow maneuvers." Kit rides because of "The freedom you feel while riding, it's the best way to tour and see this country. It's by far my favorite sport."


At times we are on the look out for individuals to join us who share our passion and commitment. If this is you and you are interested in working with us, please get in touch