Old Glory Motorcycle Co.

We have been in business for 22 years. We are a family own and ran business. As a family, we value our customers and treat them as if they are apart of the family. We repair and service on all makes and models of motorcycles. Our labor rate is $90 per hour. We work with Ams Oil, and Western Power Sports for our oil and parts. We work with Frankenstein Trikes, we have built a lot of trikes for customers as well as other bikes. The picture above is a chopper that we built from scratch. Check out our facebook page for more pictures. We also do PA State Inspections. Walk ins are always welcomed! No appointment needed here! PA State Inspections for motorcycles are $50. Just remember to bring your motorcycle insurance and registration! We are a “Thank a Vet” participant, Veterans and active military personnel receive 1/2 OFF on PA State Inspections. We also do collision services – repairs and estimates. Stop on by or give us a call! We are always happy to help!

We are a one stop shop! We are a licensed dealer for used motorcycles, cars, and trucks. Check out our Vehicle Inventory page to see what we have available for sale. We also provide other services such as repair and inspect vehicles, and notarize documentations. Check out our Carson’s Southside Tire & Auto page, and our Old Glory Notary page for information about other services that we provide.

History of Old Glory Motorcycle

Ted & Cindy Carson started Old Glory Motorcycle Co. in the year 2000, along with Carson’s Southside Tire & Auto. Before that they owned and ran Ted Carson’s Disposal Service, a mid-sized waste hauling company, for about 15 years. See the newspaper clip from the year 2000 below for more information.

A Burning Desire to Burn Rubber

Click on link below to check out the whole article.

Shortly after starting Old Glory Motorcycle Co. & Carson’s Southside Tire & Auto, Ted Carson bought and started racing a drag bike in the AHDRA. He had a amazing crew to help him. Stan Sawyer built the motor himself, with the help of AJ Carson and William Kibler. Dale Raudenbush was the daring rider that drove the drag bike. Check out the link below on Lancaster Online of an article in the newspaper written about our speedy crew. Below the link is a newspaper article of the crew first starting out. The article was written after our drag bike did a burnout in downtown Lancaster for Toys For Tots in 2000.

Lancaster Online – Burning Desire to Burn Rubber July 21, 2005