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GM / Rabid Ducatisti
Good thing Bill's wife likes the smell of gasoline because it has been running through his veins for the past 40 years (with maybe a little methanol or nitro added in for good measure). Your basic motorhead, Bill loves anything with an engine but his passion has to lie with two wheels over four. Like a lot of enthusiasts, he hasn't seen much of the floor in his garage in years with all the stacks of magazines and crates of various engines lying around. Always searching though books and on the web for new tricks and willing to experiment. he is full of what his wife calls useless information.
Bill is an enthusiast simply for the thrill of the ride and believes that living is more than how many breaths you take, but how many moments take your breath away.
Bill (H-Bach) Himmelsbach
Technician / Guru
We call him the technician's technician. Bill has a level of experience few reach in this industry - factory training from Ducati, one of just twelve Master Technicians, recently honored with another award directly from Ducati, recognizing him as one of the TOP FIVE technicians IN THE COUNTRY! along with being D16 certified, Triumph (both current and in the mid 70s) Yamaha (5 Star certified as a tech and a service manager), Honda, Aprilia and BMW. He has worked as a General Manager, Service Manager and of course, technician. Bill also was lead tech and crew chief of the Aprilia race team along with the responsibilities for the development of Aprilia racing motorcycles for the factory.
Bill has more race titles and wins than you can shake a carbon-kevlar sub frame at and he continues to race today. With 25 motorcycles in his garage, each with it's own story (just ask him, he'll tell you) we all want to be him when we grow up.
Level A Technician/Suspension Specialist
Working in the industry since 1990, Mark is well versed in eight different brands. His background covers building motors, race suspension set-up and Racing in the 125GP and 600 class race series. His qualifactions include Race Tech Suspension Certification, Second tier certifiction through Ducati, Dynojet Power Commander Tuning and factory training through Aprilia and Triumph. Mark's specialty is suspension. He has always had a good feel for how the bike should take on the road, since he rarely has both wheels on the ground at the same time, and has been honing in on that perfect set-up ever since.
Massimo Marco Cedrone
I moved with my family to the United States in 1964. I attended elementary and high school in Philadelphia, PA area. I attended 2 years at Lincoln Technical Institute in Broomall, PA and graduated with a degree in "automotive technology". I accepted a position as "apprentice" at a Fiat-Lancia-Alfa Romeo dealership for one year then moved on to a Fiat dealership ion Newark, DE as a technician. After two years I accepted a position at another Fiat dealership which was closer to home. I worked there as a technician for two years and then promoted to "service department manager" for the following seven years. When a position opened up at a local Ferrari dealership I took a step down from management and accepted a position as a technician. After four months, the assistant service manager left and I was offered the position which I accepted. Shortly there after, the service manager was terminated due to customer relations issues and again I was offered the position. I accepted and held the "service manager" position for the following 24 years. In the years I was employed at Alger Ferrari-Maserati I attended technical and management courses from Ferrari North America, Maserati North America, ADP Computer Systems, Safety Kleen Corporation. I held an "ASE Master Technician" certification. I have a PA Safety Inspection license and a PA Notary license. I am very computer literate, I have a very "technical" background. I have very good owner/customer relations abilities.
From musician, to restaurateur to motocycle salesman?? Well I don't call him a salesman he's really just a motorcycle enthusiast that happens to sell people motorcycles. Riding since his youth, motorcycles have always been a part of his life. While he has been known to have some ratty looking bikes in the past, he is now the proud owner of a gorgeous Ducati 996s and has no shame in taking his rare beauty to the race track and giving her a good flogging...his passion for motorcycles runs so deep that he convinced his wife to name their son Ryder Valentino marsh... and if we have to explain that middle name to you then you might be on the wrong website..
Samuele Di Stefano
Born: January 9, 1984
As an Italian immigrant, the restaurant business was the only opportunity offered to me. However, I was truly an Italian fanatic and passionate Ducatista, which lead me to realizing my dreams at the age of 25 when I attended the Wyotech School of Motorcycle Technology in Florida. I graduated in 2009 with a certification in European specialties, which include Ducati, Triumph, and BMW. Upon returning to Pennsylvania I began working for another motorcycle dealer where I obtained my MV Agusata certification.
Today I am proud to be part of the EuroSports team, where I have a chance to enhance my skills and express my passion.