Mike Garrison Named Midwest Vice-President of Manufacturing.

mikeg2009shovelheadengine1Mike Garrison is best known as the former owner & senior designer of “Engenuity Motors” which were known for their flawlessly smooth appearance & top of the line quality. Mike has over 30 years experience in all aspects of high performance motor manufacturing. Utilizing decades of knowledge he will continue to channel his expertise to insure that the Ultima Motors line is the best there is.

 Since joining Midwest in September of 07 Mike has helped create several new motor options such as the “Black Gem”, the 96” Shovelhead & the all new “Diamond Cut” edition.  Mike has also helped create & supervise Ultima Engine Rebuild Program. Ultima motors are cast, machined & assembled in and around St Louis, Missouri which gives Mike the advantage of being able to oversee all manufacturing processes from stem to stern. Along with complete motors, Mike is also in the process of producing an even more complete line of replacement engine parts from Flatheads to Twin Cams at prices that cannot be beat. Midwest Motorcycle Supply intends to continue to prove that a quality motor can be “Made in America” & still be affordable. Midwest Mtorcycle Supply.

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7 Responses to “Mike Garrison Named Midwest Vice-President of Manufacturing.”


  1. 1 shabir balolia Mar 19th, 2009 at 10:33 am

    Mike built me a one off Enginueity motor for a project that I’m still working on. I recieved the motor and it was a work of art. Breathtaking!! The guys knows motors like no other. I look forward to seeing what comes out of MidWest in the next year or so.
    ~Ride the Beast

  2. 2 Tom Kapp Mar 23rd, 2009 at 7:38 am

    Congratulations Mike, I do not know of anyone that deserves this more than you do. I am glad that you have found a great company like Midwest that recognizes your talent and drive for quality. Your management involvement in the manufacturing of Ultima product can only improve the Ultima engine line and other product in the Ultima line-up. Maybe in the future you could provide custom built motors using the Ultima motor as a base that could rival the Engineuity engine for the high end bike market. Good luck in you new adventure.

  3. 3 Murdoc Mar 23rd, 2009 at 10:28 am

    Congrats Mike, good for you.

  4. 4 THUG CUSTOM CYCLES Mar 25th, 2009 at 8:52 am

    I LIKE IT ALOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. 5 JIMMIE BUCKNER Apr 27th, 2009 at 2:37 pm

    MR GARRISON I SENT YOU A E MAIL BUT NOT SURE YOU WILL GET IT. I THINK I DELETED IT BY ACCIDENT. WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR IS A PICTURE OF WOLF DADDY THAT CAME OUT IN A MTR CYCLE MAGFAZINE OF HIM STANDING BY A OLD STREE LAMP ABOUT HALF BENT OVER AS A MTR CYCLE ZOOMED BY.. I CAN NOT RIDE ANY MORE BECAUSE OF A ARM INJURY. BUT STILL LOVE THEM . I WOULD LIKE TO FIND THAT PICTURE OR MAGAZINE SO I COULD ENLARGE IT TO FRAME IT. I DON’T KNOW THE YR OR MONTH. I HAVE ONE OF HIM AND A MTR CYCLE BUT THE CYCLE CUTS OFF PART OF WOLD DADDY.. I WOULKD LIKE TO HAVE ONE BY HIS SELF TO GO WITH THE OTHER ONE.IF I KNEW THE PERSON WHO DOES THE DRAWING MAYBE I COULD GET ONE FROM HIM. I DO NOT MIND PAYING SOMETHING FOR THE PICTURE. ANY INFOMATION YOU COULD GIVE ME WOULD BE GREATIFUL. JIMMIE

  6. 6 JIMMIE BUCKNER Apr 27th, 2009 at 2:40 pm

    I LIKE YOU MTR CYCLE WOLF DADDY A L;OT THE DESIGN IS PERFECT FOR US OLDER GUYS KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK JIMMIE

  7. 7 sick choppers Aug 14th, 2011 at 5:05 pm

    gettin tired of the way this company runs!…..13 years of dedication to jireh cycles and no customer service no tech support…and no parts in stock…..time to shit or get off the pot!

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