General Manager / Operating Partner
Bob has deep roots in his passion for motorcycles.
At the age of 8, his dad put him on a 1972 Yamaha GT 80. From there a motorcycle enthusiast was born. Bob raced Motocross at an early age then started riding in Enduro & Hare Scramble style races in his early 20’s. Today that passion for riding is even stronger.
Bob and wife Barbara married in 1989 and currently have a son, Nathan, attending East Tennessee University and daughter Abby, attending the University of South Carolina.
Relocating from Tennessee to Savannah to open an Indian Motorcycle store is a dream come true. Savannah is a beautiful city & I am thrilled to be here and be able to share my passion for motorcycles with the community.
Our goal is to be the local biker shop that is here to help you.
We are very proud to feature the Indian Motorcycle Brand. The product is awesome and truly reflects the heritage of motorcycling.
John Robinson (J-R)
Parts & Service Manager
John’s background started in the automotive parts distributing business during high school and while attending college.
John graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
He spent seven years as a trained engineer working with fiber optics, including hands-on as a craftsman, system designer, trainer, as well as sales and procurement.
John has also worked in the real estate business over the past 14 years.
As our parts manager, you will find John to be very attentive to your needs. You will find our parts department to be extremely well organized while stocking wide variety parts to keep the wheels on the road.
Zack is another Tennessee native relocating to Savannah, with a storied history of motorcycles going back to his first bike at 5 years old, you will find Zack a very knowledgeable fan of all types of Motorcycles. He has spent the last 2 years in motorcycle sales and service. This guy knows his way around the bikes and will gladly take the time to assist you.
Chris has worked locally on motorcycles for over 15 years. His V-Twin experience will help guide our shop in becoming your Motorcycle service center on Indians as well as other brands.
After joining the local Harley® dealership just out of high school, Chris wanted to be a professional Harley-Davidson® technician. He enrolled with the Harley-Davidson® University.
Chris says “The true knowledge he has learned as a 15 year Master Technician veteran is the time performed in the field. Seeing something new is a way to learn. Hands-on training is the keys to my success today.”
Today Chris is applying that knowledge toward his training and certification with Indian.
As the Service Manager for Indian of Savannah, we hope to have your business & As always, ride safely.