(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Career Overview

Hardworking motorcycle mechanic with driven experience in a consistent variety of Harley Davidson repairs and engine builds. Now seeking a position at GIDGETS HD. I am highly motivated and dedicated to exceeding deadlines. Well rounded and business savvy to work well with customers to accomplish their needs as well as to maintain a focused work ethic. Looking to relocate for a change of pace in life with plenty of ambitious service coming your way. Currently engaged and looking to start a new adventure.

Core Strengths

-Reliability and Promptness

-Extensive knowledge & hard passionate work ethic

-Exceeds deadlines and diverse needs easily in all situations

-Dedicated Personality -Capable of not only motorcycle repair also customer contact with parts sales

-Ability to multi task effectively

-Relates well to people from a variety of cultures

-Develops new skills with ease

-Good morals and instinct to help anyone and everyone

-Devoted individual; reputation for going beyond what is required

-Dedicated to get any work done in a timely manner but most importantly it has to be done correct.

  • - Also I do have a full tool box full of all basic tools and specialty tools required to work on Harley Davidsons.
  • - I have done some metric bike maintenance and tune ups, KTM's, Yamaha, Polaris, Kawasaki, Suzuki
  • Here is a link showing my current work location and a little bit of what I am involved with -
Educational Background
Moraine Park Technical College Fond Du Lac, WI Expected in 2011 Associates Degree : Engine Research and Development - GPA :


I attended Moraine Park Technical College with the intentions to further expand my knowledge on engines. After attending in [09-11], I graduated with an Engine Research and Development Degree. This degree was put together for Kohler Engines, Briggs and Stratton, and Mercury. They created this course for engine theory and diagnostics. The school itself had 5 dynamometers three small engine dynamometers, one boat dynamometer, and one rear wheel motorcycle dynamometer. There were many different styles of engines worked on and dealt with throughout this course. It gave me a look at a wide variety of different engines and also gave me the history and knowledge of an internal combustion engine.

Valders High School Fond Du Lac, WI Expected in 2009 High School Diploma : General Studies - GPA :

Valders High 2005-2009 My High School career was a dedicated one. I went to Valders High for all four years of High School and graduated with the decision to go to Moraine Park Technical College for the Engine Research and Development Program. When considering my academics I pushed myself in Physics and Math. I also took many hands on shop classes from metals to woods. As a pastime I partook in football and basketball but mainly was involved with working on my own dirt bikes and motorcycles. Overall while achieving excellence in my education I still was involved with other school functions as well as organizations such as special needs camps and always looking to help others where ever I could.


-I have certification in S&S VFI tuning software.

-I have moved from being a basic level technician in our shop to being the top mechanic that is in charge of all the major engine builds.

-I thrive to be as involved and on top of anything going on in the shop and help whenever its needed.

-There are times when I have been in the position to head the service manager position and dealt with costumers to full-fill there scheduling and requirements in the service department.

-I also coordinated parts ordering and managed customers special parts ordering and recommended proper or upgraded parts to customers over the counter.

-I have learned and understood the Commander NE parts software we used to stock all parts in the shop.

-When I graduated college I bought myself a 2005 FLHTCUI I completely tore down the engine to the flywheel pressed apart the flywheel and assembled and trued and reassembled my entire engine upgrading it to a 95 cubic in. I specifically wanted to do it all on my own to say that I could and its still going strong 30,000 miles later.

Work Experience
Global Foundries - Service Technician and Tuning Specialist.
Essex Junction, VT, 2007 - Current
  • 2007-Present
  • For two high school years I worked part time 07-09 - In that time it was just the basics tire changes, oil changes, average check-ups and everyday shop maintenance.
  • I then proceeded to work while attending college, able to work roughly 30 hours a week while still going to class about 15-20 hours a week
  • Once graduating college I became the Dynamometer operater for Claire Brothers.
  • I was the engine rebuilder and lead shop technicians.
  • Keeping a customer of roughly 2500 between two techs and a service manager.
  • Besides that I have background and work on flywheel machining, trueing, and balancing.
  • When it comes to tuning I have experience and knowledge of working with a wide variety of tuning equipment. All, including the TTS, Harley Davidson Super Tuner, Harley Davidson Race Tuner, S&S VFI, Techno Research Tuners, Centurion Diagnostics, Power Commander, Cobra Fi2000R and Vance and Hines Fuel Pak.
  • I was trained to rebuild and diagnose issues on motors ranging from flat heads to present including all makes and models in between. The variety of special builds I did on a weekly basis was motors such as a Jims 131 or a 93 cubic inch Panhead.
  • Daily I would work with all parts, so that means in order to work on the engines I would have to be up to date with all new products.
  • Working with this business for so long I have found this key. Whether it is to complete a customer's bike or to sell the proper part to a customer over the counter.
Darkhorse CrankWorks - Technician
City, STATE, 2007 - Current
  • DarkHorse CrankWorks is a sister company of Claire Brothers since 1980 they started to rebuild and sell crankshafts and assemble cases
  • I have had the pleasure and ability to work with this company by using them in certain test bikes for the shop itself as well as building them in to the businesses race bikes.
  • In this division I would help with all processes of rebuilding a new bottom end complete. I knew how to balance, size rods to proper specs, press together as an assembly, and true the bottom end for reassembly.
  • This position was setup as a fill in position for when the Claire Cycle end of the shop slowed down so I would spend time working on flywheels and then be working on the bikes as a whole on a day to day basis

-Assessment of Engine Repair and Diagnostics

-Ability to operate of Dynamometer with many different tuning devices

-Familiar in a wide variety of Harley engines from flat heads to twin cams

-Knowledge of machining and ability to properly measure and accurately examine engine parts.

-Customers satisfaction is always first.

-Computer proficient, professional and friendly

- Proficiently able to disassemble and reassemble an engine complete while knowing common torques and torque sequences.

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