VINTAGE RESTORATION CAN BE DELICATE AND LABOR INTENSIVE. BE SURE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SERVICE SAVINGS ON PARTS & LABOR THROUGH FEBRUARY 28, 2017

Our BMW Certified Master Technician Dan Harris is dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of BMW motorcycles and has the expertise as well as the critically important special tools required to work on your "not so new" BMW — whether it needs a tune-up, a minor repair, a medium overhaul, a simple refurbishing or even a complete restoration to like-new condition. Dan can handle almost any need you and your BMW might have. Dan can make custom parts for different applications on airheads and other bikes.

                                               Craig Smith's '76 R75/6 in for some important transmission work

Let us help you restore your Vintage /Classic motorcycle that's been sitting in the garage, shed or basement.  The restoration/repair will be done in a timely manner, we won't take 21 months to do it as one customer experienced elsewhere.  We will repair it to the optimum road worthiness and character that you want so that you can enjoy your nostalgic memories on it.. We suggest that the winter months are the best time for Vintage and Classic work, as we have more time available then to give your old favorites due diligence. 

Ask Craig who owns this R75/6 on which Dan did a great deal of work. Craig says it runs better than it ever did and now he’s able to really enjoy it.

Now is the opportune time to have Dan, a BMW Master Tech, put that vintage BMW that’s been sitting in your garage or barn, back to running condition. He has an excellent reputation for doing so.

Here at Country Rode Motowerks we are always ready to discuss your needs and options and keep you updated on the status of work performed on your bike repairs and restoration efforts.

Installing clutch plates: Slides 1-5: Removing/installing new bearings on various transmission shafts: Slides 6-12 Installing shaft in transmission & measure for shims: Slides 13-18 Installing easy pull clutch set-up: Slides 19-21