Ive been a HD customer for just over 20 years now. And I cant say Ive always had a great experience. I wasnt and in some cases still arent the target market Now at 46 I look and noticed the change and growth of HD from mom and pop shops to boutique show rooms of over priced random fashion accessories. Yet even a 46 Im still not the target market. Im Gen X, we get left behind in the grand scheme of HD. You had us for a hot minute with the Dark Serious of bikes and products, but that was short lived. But I digress. Southern Devil & Hellbender do a decent job at holding my attention. Yet its brief and unremarkable. I kinda miss the days of Earl Smalls, but that was a different era. As to your modern stores, both lack that grab an pull you in factor. As for one aspect of a music generation, its WAY to quiet in there! I feel like I just walked into a store that all just went to lunch. No feeling of this is my clubhouse a destination I feel comfortable to hang out in. Not just hit the parts counter and promptly leave, because I know theres nothing else to hold my attention long enough to care to. Yes I might wander an day dream over the bikes. An again the void of movement, action isnt there. Some music, a tv running content Id care about to stop and look. Not some random boring product brake down by a monotone halfwit Either way, I come by for a few things from time to time, even a lot party if theres a draw besides bedazzled bandannas and another cover band playing Freebird.
Catch you next visit.whenever.
Hey Jay, thank you for bringing this to our attention! We will look into this.