“Western Reserve Harley-Davidson is our corporate name, but we're family owned, friendly and want to be your dealer of choice.
We vow to work hard to please you and to deliver on our promises. Our Family is pleased to be a part of the Harley-Davidson Family and its deep running heritage.”
Stacy and Zoli opened their Harley-Davidson Dealership in June of 2000, with a 24,000 sq. ft. building housing the showrooms, service departments and offices for both Harley-Davidson and Honda. Two expansions were completed in 2002 and 2004 which increased the size to over 56,000 sq. ft. with large individual Showrooms and Service Departments for both Harley-Davidson and Honda. Also added were a climate controlled Winter Storage area, a Dyno Testing Room, a Machine Shop, Bike Wash and a fully equipped Training Center and Community Room in back. A brand new paved riding course was also installed, which now completed the necessary requirements for Western Reserve Harley-Davidson to qualify as a certified rider training center offering motorcycle riding classes under the Harley-Davidson Riding Academy Program.
When the Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce selected their Business of the Year for 2010, Western Reserve Harley-Davidson & Honda was chosen. When selecting a winning business, the Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce based the award not only on business growth, but on involvement in the community as well. They wanted a business that was truly dedicated to its customers and also concerned about the betterment of the community at large.
Most recently, Western Reserve Harley-Davidson has earned the Harley-Davidson Circle of Achievement Silver Bar and Shield Award for three consecutive years. 2012, 2013 and 2014. The only Harley-Davidson Dealer in the state of Ohio to claim that distinction. In 2015, we were the only Harley-Davidson Dealership in NE Ohio to receive a Bar and Shield award of any kind.
Western Reserve Harley-Davidson is also known for its’ ongoing support of the many charities supported by the biker community plus those of the many other charitable organizations in Northeast Ohio.
Zoli & Stacy Dudevsky