I remember being a young kid seeing motorcycles on the highway always wondering when I'd be able to have my own. Those days were the start of something special in my later years when I would finally be able to achieve a dream. I've been riding since 2007 and have been in the industry right about 7 years now. The Indian Motorcycle brand and history has always intrigued me. From back in 1897 where the legendary "Indian" name stemmed, to when in 1903 Oscar Hedstrom took an Indian from New York to Springfield and back. Most of my background lies with the Metric V-Twin side but Indian is something that's no stranger to me. I look forward to seeing everyone at the shop and making each and everyone one of y'all lifetime Woods Indian customers.
I have been around motorcycles my entire life. I currently own a 1946 Chief and a 2015 Chief. I was first introduced to Indian Motorcycles at 14 years old when my stepfather brought home a 1946 Chief, I swear to myself in that moment that one day I would have that motorcycle. Today I own A 1946 Chief although it’s not the one that first stoked my interest in the brand, she is still the love of my life (with the exception of my wife and child of course). I have an overwhelming passion for Indian motorcycles and for anything with two wheels, but I also have a strong bias toward vintage American iron. My lifelong dream is to run an Indian Motorcycle Dealership and now that I have fulfilled that my only other priority is to take care of family and my customers....so as my customers y’all are my family and you can call me at the same number (830) 743-0290.
Growing up I spent a lot of time in our family-owned automotive shop. Some of my most memorable moments from childhood are hopping on the back of my dad's motorcycle and going for rides around my hometown. This sparked my interest in motorcycles making Woods Indian Motorcycle the perfect place for me. I have a strong passion for people and helping them look and feel their best! I take pride in the ability to do so while representing the first American made motorcycle. Currently, my days are consumed with work, family and dreaming of the Indian motorcycle I will take home. Hopefully sooner rather than later! "Never regret anything that made you smile." -Mark Twain.