MCC back in the day...
Unbeknownst to us, MCC started in our parents' garage in 1976. We were racing motocross and learned how to maintain and rebuild motorcycles. Before we knew it, our parents couldn't even park their cars in their garage because of all the customer bikes! All this, while maintaining full-time employment.
Fast forward to January, 1980. We opened the doors to MCC, at first with partners until summer of 1981. We initially had full-time "real" jobs, and ran MCC in the evenings part-time just to get the store off the ground.
At that time, our partners didn't see any future in the business (fools!) and we purchased a controlling interest for ourselves. We decided to add our first line of motorcycles, Husqvarna. Soon after we were able to stock, sell, and repair a full-model line-up of what was then the most dominant marque in off-road motorcycling.
Then in 1983, we added Laverda streetbikes. This was the first fuel to our growing fire of passion for Italian machinery.
In 1985, we added the brand Cagiva to our line-up. At that time, Cagiva was in control of Ducati motorcycles. There were only a few models available from Ducati, but the name was widely known.
By 1987, Ducati was on the gas with a flurry of new models, and we just kept getting busier!
In 1989, we took on KTM motorcycles as our latest endeavor. By then the Cagiva group (which controlled Husqvarna) fumbled, and we needed another great European off-road brand to fill the gap.
1992 saw the beginning of a new era for the most respected brand to come out of Europe--Triumph Motorcycles. I sent a letter to Triumph in England (not truly expecting one in return) and damned if they didn't just reply, they invited me to see the new product they were launching in Canada in 1993. As soon as I saw the product, we were on board and became one of the first dealers in the USA!
In 1999 came the addition of two great new brands from Italy. Aprilia motorcycles and MV Agusta motorcycles. Aprilia provided a different flavor of V-twin for our customers. And MV came with four cylinder powerplants and probably the finest craftsmanship of any machine seen in our 25 years. Between 2005-2006 Aprilia sought to take their product in a different direction. We decided to part ways in the spring of 2006 in order to focus more on our current brands: Ducati, Triumph, MV Agusta, Husqvarna, and KTM.
In 2012, huge changes came in the way of moving to our new 20,000 plus sq ft state of the art facility. Now looking the way a proper European motorcycle dealership should, with the space to stock all the bikes and parts and accessories you could want, we are poised to become the top European bike dealership in the nation! Plus, we have added the iconic brand Norton to our line-up. What more could you want!
Our staff are all enthusiasts. We ride what we sell, and we race it on weekends. No matter what you're looking for: dirt, street, track, or even if you're not quite sure...we'll help you find it.