Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 5, 2007
No matter what you've heard or what you think you've heard, Engenuity Motors is not out of the picture. Engenuity Motors, Internationals is now Engenuity Motor Company. "We've gone through several tough months of redefining the company and its management," said Mike Garrison, who is still a principle in the company. It's tough finding people with a passion for custom bikes and engines that also understand the nature of the custom bike building industry.
Gordon Eatherton, the company's new principle investor and manager said, "Mike's still the back-bone of the company. He's the designer, builder, engineer and chief-cook-and-bottle-washer. With out Mike there's no Engenuity." Gordon, a long time Harley-Davidson enthusiast and rider, is a local Denver businessman and investor who found Mike and decided he wanted to be a part of the new Engenuity Motor Company and help it reach new goals. "I really like what Mike had going when I first met him and thought this would be a great opportunity to get into the motorcycle industry," commented Mr. Eatherton.
The new Engenuity Motor Company will remain at their current location, 5158 N. Parfet, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033. The shop phone number is (303) 463-5824 and Mike Garrison's cell phone remains the same (303) 588-3760, and the shop fax is (303) 463-5724. The company website is http://www.engenuityco.com.
To start the New Year off on a new and exciting ride will be the Engenuity '120 smoothie' engine, as featured on Michael Prugh's 2006 award winning custom bike. With the top of the box totally clean of any visible fasteners, the engine has a symmetrical look that makes for a very unique, intriguing and efficient engine. Besides the great look of this engine its performance and power make this a real contender for those interested in building a true winner.
Engenuity Motors will continue to build their standard 120" engine along with their killer 147" beast. Along with offering improved customer service, quicker turnaround, and a way better atmosphere, Engenuity Motor Company plans on being around for quite some time. Mike Garrison even mentioned that he has something really extraordinary that he's working on and hopes to be able to unveil it in Cincinnati. Now what's he got up his sleeve this time?
Supporters of Mike Garrison are glad to see that things are starting to move in a positive direction and hope that the new management changes will provide a stable base for Mike to keep up his well-respected work in the industry. As an engine designer and builder, Mike has a real talent for bringing the "seemingly impossible" to fruition," said Gordon Eatherton, "and that makes for great engines. And Mike takes real pride in his works and stand behind it 100%. I like that kind of integrity in a business partner and hope that we can ride out the bumps in the road as we bring this company back online as a major player in the motorcycle industry."