If you’re a true motorcycle lover, you won’t want to miss Crumpler Custom Cycle’s Open House on Saturday, April 1st!
Starting at noon we’ll have our Dyno set up and running reports, open to the public. Add to that food, live music, and giveaways, and you’ve got a recipe for the perfect spring day! Hang out with like-minded individuals and pick our experts’ brains on what will make your bike the best it can be. No cost to attend–you just have to show up and enjoy a day in Stedman with us.
Definitely plan to be there to hear live music from Open Road from 2-4 pm, as well as a Pig Pickin’ with all the fixings around lunchtime.
In addition to giveaways, we’ll also have special discounts that day, so please make plans to attend, because you won’t want to miss these deals. We look forward to seeing you all there.
More about Crumpler’s Custom Cycle:
Crumpler’s has been a family automotive business for as long as it’s been open. Of course, they like tradition, but they also like the freshness that new ideas bring to the table. That’s why when Richie’s son Richard “George” said he was interested in working on motorcycles, Richie decided to expand into having a custom cycle shop back in 2011. It’s not just exciting to see a family member pursue his dream, it’s a thrill to be a part of it too!
George was 19 when Crumpler’s Custom Cycle opened but it’s not like he was a newcomer to working on cars or bikes at that point in his life. His grandfather and father had worked on automobiles and heavy machinery his whole life, and he’d had plenty of hours in the shop under their tutelage to be quite adept at moving right into those footsteps. But George wanted a chance to make something new happen at the place and to blaze his own trail. He’d spent countless hours in the shop learning and working, and when he suggested a new idea for the business, his dad was happy to give him the green light.
Since that time, the shop has grown to handle all kinds of custom work plus repair and service work. “We don’t just work people’s bikes in and shuffle them out–what we do isn’t about that, “George said. “What we want to do is try to fit the bike to exactly what the owner wants.”
Because of this, the Crumplers sell wheels, do custom paint jobs, add chrome accessories and do performance work. The beauty of this line of work is the variety. George and Shop Manager Allen Bass, work on anything from classic bikes to more current models, although each presents its own challenges always. “We love piecing the puzzle together and getting a great finished product to the owner, ” George said.
Although the shop is known for variety, they still do their fair share of service and repair work. They also work on wrecked bikes and head out to shows as often as possible to see all what’s new in the industry. “What I can’t see is getting sick of this,” Richard noted. “It’s my passion, and I love making everything run the best that it can.”
For more about the Open House on April 1st or on Crumpler’s Custom Cycle check out our website at http://www.crumplersautomotive.com, check us out on Facebook, or call us at:
Crumpler’s Automotive and Crumpler’s Custom Cycle are both located at:
7611 Clinton Rd
Stedman, NC 28391