"Building lasting relationships with our partners and employees while serving the recreational and travel community. Our core values shall be based on Honesty and Integrity and Service to the Community."
#1 Cycle Center is your final destination for Harley-Davidson® motorcycles. Started in 1976 by Gov Yearick in Pleasant Gap, PA, in a 2,000-square foot building selling 4 motorcycles the first year in business. Finally outgrowing the facility in 1990, #1CC moved to Centre Hall. With 5 employees and selling over 100 Harley-Davidson® motorcycles a year, life was good. With growth in mind, we started our current facility in 1999. Now with over 30,000 square feet and over 15 employees, we are selling over 400 motorcycles a year, riding full throttle into the future. #1CC is a family owned and operated dealership. We strive to treat all our customers like family and will work with you to get the Harley-Davidson® of your dreams. #1CC is a full service Harley-Davidson® dealership, and we pride ourselves in customer service. Check out the latest models from Harley-Davidson® in our online showroom.
1987: H-D®'s Top Gun Award
1997, 2002, '03, '04, and '05: Bar & Shield (H-D®'s Highest Award)
2002: H-D® Financial Service's President's Award
2002: #1 Ranked H-D® Dealer in Customer Satisfaction
2003: H-D® Dealer of the Year - Vehicle Sales
2004: H-D® Dealer of the Year - Service Excellence Award
Why Purchase from Your Local Dealer?
Convenience - Close to home, your local dealer provides a wealth of knowledge regarding the product, as well as on-site inventory for you to tour and test drive prior to making your purchase.
Relationships - Purchasing locally allows you to establish a relationship with your dealer representative providing you with the convenience of service and support when you need it.
Service after the Sale - Many dealers put their purchasing customers first when it comes to getting your bike serviced. You will experience the value your local dealer can add to your purchase.
Local Economy - Local purchases help to keep tax dollars and people at work in your community.