"We don't just sell motorcycles; We fulfill dreams."
A letter from the Owner/General Manager
TMI, Inc. and High Desert Harley-Davidson® began business on July 1st, 2005 with the purchase of Cycle Nuts & Bolts Harley-Davidson®/Buell®, one of Idaho's oldest Harley-Davidson® dealerships. Like many of you, my love for motorcycles began when I was a young man-at just 7 years old. I had such a love for bikes that when I finished High School, I made sure my first job involved selling motorcycles at Fay Myers Motorcycle World in Denver, Colorado. After 20 years in Denver, I moved to Las Vegas, Nevada where I managed Red Rock Harley-Davidson® for 9 years. I have a true passion and love for motorcycling and the Harley-Davidson® brand. Today I am proud to say that I own and run one of the finest Harley-Davidson® dealerships in the West; High Desert Harley-Davidson®.
Any member of my team will tell you that customer service is my number one concern. My goal has always been to see that ecstatic gleam in a new owner's eye and the satisfaction of a seasoned rider as his or her bike leaves our dealership looking and running better than the day it left the showroom floor. We are the largest dealership in Idaho and the surrounding area with all of the resources to meet your motorcycling needs. We rank first in our Harley-Davidson® district and place among the top 20 dealerships in the nation.
Our pre-owned Harley-Davidson® inventory and large allocation of new and CVO™ bikes ensures that we can find you the machine that's right for you and your riding style. To top it off, we honor the long-held Boise tradition of selling motorcycles at a fair price, so you know there is built-in value with every quality American machine you buy. Stop in anytime and visit myself and my well-qualified team of Harley-Davidson® enthusiasts. We are riders with a desire to fulfill dreams for other riders. If you're not yet a member of the Harley-Davidson® family, please swing in and let us introduce you. The doors are open and the coffee is always on. Ride on! - Mark Dukes