British Motorcycle Restoration And Engine Rebuild Work Earns Cycle Service Owner Don Nevins Regional Recognition.

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British motorcycles brands including Triumph, Norton, BSA, Vincent, Royal Enfield, AJS, Matchless and Velocette have a master restoration mechanic to bring them back to life. Don Nevins of Cycle Service has been restoring cycles for over 20 years and is now receiving regional recognition with mentions in popular motorcycle magazines.

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“British model motorcycles are fascinating to work on and restore back to their original beauty. Many of these models are becoming rare with only a few still in existence,” says Don Nevins, Owner of Cycle Service.

A motorcycle restoration business located in Fort Dodge, IA specializes in British made motorcycles that could use a little tender loving care. This restoration of vintage English motorcycles to the original glory is a passion of Don Nevins, Owner of Cycle Service and is now receiving regional attention in motorcycle publications.

Cycle Service mention in various popular cycle magazines such as Easyriders and Chromed Out where motorcycle enthusiasts talk about rebuilding their prize bikes and how Don Nevins played an intricate part of the restoration has drawn attention to these vintage bikes and Cycle Service.

British made models like Triumph, Norton and BSA are some of Cycle Service favorites. Other brands that are included in the restoration repertoire include Vincent, Royal Enfield, AJS, Matchless and Velocette.

For over twenty years that included time with Baxter Cycle as Chief Mechanic, Don has been restoring these historic bikes to look like new. This experience has also lead to some very memorable moments that include a stint as a race mechanic for a vintage bike racing program at Daytona Beach and preparing a bike that appeared in the movie Thunderheart that starred Val Kilmer.

“British model motorcycles are fascinating to work on and restore back to their original beauty. Many of these models are becoming rare with only a few still in existence,” says Don Nevins, Owner of Cycle Service.

Cycle Service is located at 107 South 21st Street, Fort Dodge, IA 50501. For more information on restoration and engine rebuilds call 515-576-5537.

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