Bo's Cycle has been serving the Clarksville/Ft. Campbell area since 2004. It began as a one-man production with just Bo, and has grown to be a friendly, family operated business based on old-fashioned, honest values. We love our customer's rides as much as our own and put the same care and dedication into each person who walks through our doors. We are a big, happy, dysfunctional family, and you will speak with a real person every time you visit us. 

Bo

Being a 20-year veteran and a member of the Masonic Lodge & Shriners, I feel I have a duty to continue serving the area. I've been riding for 28 years. My first motorcycle was a 1984 Shovelhead that has been my pet project since I first bought it. It was our first custom built ride, and has done well in all kinds of bike shows since 2006. Anyone who comes in will usually see it on the showroom floor. It was the first in a labor of passion that has started many custom fabrications since. I love the challenge of customizing motorcycles. It's like a puzzle to create something special that wasn't there before

Joe
                                                                                                                                                                  

I started riding motorcycles somewhere around the tender age of 4-years. Soon after that, myself and gravity started an ongoing argument that continues to this day. My first job was pushing a broom in a motorcycle shop when I was 12. I have been working on my own bikes my entire life, and started with simple curiosity. I have worked at several dealerships throughout the years and have seen many things that make you scratch your head and wonder "why". In a nutshell, I do this work because I love it. I look forward to walking in the door everyday cause it's something I have a blast with. That, and it beats having to grow up and get a "real" job. Throughout all this, my family, wife, and kids have supported me in my addiction/craziness associated with being a genetic gear-head. For their love and understanding, I will always be grateful. Thanks to everyone who rides for keeping me from getting bored.