Daytona Bike Week. Meet And Greet Racers And Riders At Robison’s

Participating to Bike Week and loving vintage and racing bikes? On friday March 11th, from 11 am to 2 pm, meet with legend Joe Robison and the racers present in Daytona at his original Harley-Davidson franchise located at 508 West International Speedway Boulevard.

During his 31 years as the Daytona HD dealer before he sold the franchise to Bruce Rossmeyer, Robison’s shop was always active in racing. The factory team would prepare and tune their race bikes at his shop and Joe was always in the pits during a race keeping things running smoothly. Ride your vintage motorcycle (reserved parking available), take a tour of his shop, see some classic motorcycles and old racing bikes. (food available) Robison’s Motorcycles.

5 Responses to “Daytona Bike Week. Meet And Greet Racers And Riders At Robison’s”

  1. 1 A 1 CYCLES Mar 8th, 2011 at 10:15 am

    been trying to find his place for three years..cant wait to see it

  2. 2 Cochise Mar 9th, 2011 at 7:24 am

    Joe deserves a great turn out. He sets on that couch everyday but Sunday and waits for his old and new customers to come in, with many days none entering his shop doors.

    A legend forgotten by many.

    Actual times are 11am -5pm,with the meet and greet slated for 2pm. See you all there.

  3. 3 lumpy Mar 9th, 2011 at 8:12 am

    Thanks For The Heads Up I Will Stop In Cochise..Ya Gotta Come See The New Shop Bro..Lot Of Vintage Parts…. Lumpy

  4. 4 Cochise Mar 9th, 2011 at 9:10 am

    Right On brotherman!!!! Can’t wait to see you and the shop.

    The thing about Joe Robison is that even his loyal customers, left him and went with the new dealer after he sold to Rossmeyer, and that would be expected if a man wanted a new HD, but he still had the parts (and still does).

    Now it’s like everyone is saying , O yeah, Joe Robison, my buddy! Yet he’s been sitting there for almost 20 years , virtually waiting for his old buddies to drop by. He deserves better.

  5. 5 andy "ironhead" ulfig Mar 9th, 2011 at 8:37 pm

    I think many biker newcomers have no idea how daytonas bike scene was built. The days when bike week revolved around races not tshirt vendors and bars pimpin $5 beers. I came to live in daytona in 94 which puts me in the same group as most but I married a long time bikers daughter and learned a lot the story about how thing were. Robisons is like a landmark right on the main drag that most people pass right by. I truly hope that robisons pulse is brought to life with jecoas new ambitions.

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