Great Bike Gear is the dream of a guy to provide quality aftermarket motorcycle parts and accessories to the motorcycle enthusiast.
Great Bike Gear’s offerings are constantly growing. In addition to the Easy Brackets, Great Bike Gear sells Leatherworks saddlebags, Hand Shields and turn signal relocation kits (for Harley Davidsons).
All Great Bike Gear products are made in America and are guaranteed with a 90 day limited warranty. Great Bike Gear is committed to prompt and affordable delivery.
Bob currently rides a 2010 FLHXXX trike; his wife rides a trike right alongside him. He has been riding for over 40 years and hopes to be in the saddle for many more.
Read Bob's journey to Easy Brackets and Great Bike Gear
Jon currently rides a 2013 Electra Glide Ultra Limited, fondly called Gypsy Blue. While he misses his 2010 Fat Boy, Jon enjoys having his wife join him on longer rides now.
Tammy runs the day to day of the business, keeping track of all the “important stuff” that keep the business running and the company moving forward. Tammy recently got her motorcycle license and currently rides a 1997 Sportster XL 883.
Tori is responsible for getting the word out on who Great Bike Gear is. She is involved in promotions, our catalog, and keeping our website up to date. She is currently finishing her bachelor’s degree in Special Education.
For Lucas, Great Bike Gear is a family affair. Right out of high school, he began working alongside his mom. He’s been with us for 12 years now. He handles all shipping and receiving and helps with inventory management. On his time off, he enjoys just relaxing.
Neva works part time and is invaluable to the company. She assists Lucas assembling the various kits for packaging and shipping. We consider Neva a necessary and valuable member of the company.
Zero takes his job as company mascot very seriously. He is the official “Meet and Greet”. He is always ready for the challenges of fetch and he considers it his personal responsibility to “read the mail” (the scent of other dogs on anyone entering his space).