Bill Neuendorf

Bill started riding on two wheels in the early 70's on Honda 50's and 70's at friends' farms in Wisconsin. This was the catalyst to drive his passion for two wheels that was only fueled further by his neighbors 1976 Harley-Davidson red Electra Glide. His first motorcycle was a 78 Honda CX 500 purchased in the 80's and then moved on to Suzuki's while living in CA where his first real riding lesson was received from a retired motorcycle racer who taught him the basic skills to survive and have some fun.

He went several years without motorcycles in his life until 1998 while stationed in Germany, when he got his first Harley, a Victory Red and Platinum Dyna Low Rider. He received instruction through a German driving school and rode many miles through the German countryside until returning to Georgia in 2000 where further instruction was required to gain access to Fort Benning on his two wheeled dream machine.

Bill attended MSF rider coach training in 2010 and now enjoys teaching others to ride safely and watch as the student begins to fall for the allure and freedom of seeing the country from a completely new vantage point. He continues to work on his own skills while riding 12 to 15 thousand miles per year on his 2009 HD Road Glide.

Bill is a Master Mason, a Shriner, and enjoys playing golf.