As a full-service shop and dyno tuning center, we can address all your bike’s needs — from minor tweaks to full rebuilds after an accident. We have a long history of working with all insurance companies. From your new bike’s first service, to yearly checks and replacement of fresh vital fluids like coolant, brake and clutch fluids, or a quick battery test to see when it will be time for a fresh power cell to avoid that feeling of getting all dressed and the thing won't turn over…
Need an oil change? Choose from our complete selection of petroleum and synthetic lubricants and oil filters — and we’ll efficiently provide this service while you wait. Other popular services include:
When you choose NCH, the issue you may have faced of having to wait for parts will be eliminated. We stock a wall of sprockets and drive chains for street and dirt bikes, along with a complete line of motorcycle tires for street, sport, dirt/enduro, and Harley-Davidson and Metric cruisers — featuring EBC quality products. And when you purchase tires from us, we’ll mount them while you wait.
We also offer a full line of accessories, with helmets, gloves, and many common accessories in stock and special orders just a phone call away.
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A native of San Diego, Glenn grew up in Chula Vista, where he was his high school's motocross champion. His first job was in a Suzuki motorcycle dealer, Hurst Supply, owned by the family of world champion Kevin Schwantz. That led to him traveling with the Kenny Roberts/Mert Lawill racing team — an experience that taught him a lot.
In 1989, Glenn started North County Hyper Sports, a dyno tuning center, where the Hyper Sports Racing Team was formed. The group had years of success at Willow Springs; he built the motor and set up the front end of a GSXR1300 that set six world records over six days — one of the best weeks in his motorcycle life. He also had a chopper appear on Thunder Garage, winning Best of Show at Hollister.
Along with motorcycles, golf became an obsession for Glenn, who usually plays 2-3 times a week. Wanting to enjoy both passions together, he designed the Golf Caddy — so he can get to the links stress-free, without having to deal with the hassles of traffic, saving time and gas. It took nine months and four prototypes to perfect the Golf Caddy for his Harley-Davidson; now it slips through the wind as if it's not even there.Get some!