Mike bought the Monroe Honda shop from Bill in 1983 and brought his Indian Trail shop to Monroe for a merger. As such, this Honda shop has been in operation for six different decades.
Iron Horse Motorcycles was considered a Mom & Pop operation into the 1990s. As late as 1985, Iron Horse ranked around 1,200 in the hierarchy of sales for AHM. However, Iron Horse has evolved into a top dealer in the nation, very well known throughout the east coast. Iron Horse no longer qualifies to be literally called a Mom & Pop operation due to our current volume and client base. However, our Mom & Pop attitude has always prevailed. The down home demeanor of Iron Horse that prevailed as a Mom & Pop operation is a way of life for this organization. Something that made us what we are today, and something we never intend to change.
This Mom & Pop operation grew out of its original building and relocated in July of 2003. Well, it wasn't much of a relocation. The new facility is across the street and approximately two city blocks southeast. This location better suits the needs of an ever growing business—for customers, employees, and the business itself.
You are cordially invited to visit us anytime.