Robin Walker in Parts
My name is Robin Walker. I come from a family of old Skool bikers, and have always had an interest in Harley’s.
I started working at a Custom Hot Rod Shop in 2000 and traveled the US & Japan. I had the amazing opportunity to
see all the different ways people make there bikes and hot rods their own. My goal here at Laidlaw’s is to help people
make their Harley fit their personality. I am very proud to be here at Laidlaw’s and am always eager to help in anyway I can.
Let me help you make your dream bike!
Tracy Marin, Service Adviser
If you don’t know me by now my name is Tracy Marin. I am your friendly service adviser for Laidlaw’s Service Shop. I decided in 2003 that I wanted to work on motorcycles. I moved to Arizona for school. I attended Motorcycles Mechanic Institute and Graduated with high scores. I moved back to sunny Los Angeles and started working for Harley Davidson. I purchased my frist bike at my first dealership. My first bike was a 99’ Softail. I had a 21’ front wheel with 16’ apes. Ohhh how I loved my bike. In 2007 I stated working for Laidlaw’s Harley Davidson…. Now I have a XL, that is work in progresses. I enjoy my job and the people that I have learned to love like my own family. So please stop by introduce yourself and im looking forward to having a good time.
Jamie McKenzie, Service Adviser
If you don’t already know my name or face, my name is Jamie McKenzie I am currently a service advisor in the service department here at wonderful Laidlaw’s Harley Davidson. I have been working in the Service Department since April of 2011. I graduated from Motorcycle Mechanic school in March of 2011 and have been in the industry for a little over 3 years. My ultimate goal is to spin wrenches here at lovely Laidlaw’s. I ride a 2010 Street Glide and LOVE to ride. I have an undeniable passion for this industry & what I do. That being said feel free to stop by anytime & introduce yourself, I would love to meet you. If you ever have any questions feel free to give me a call or come visit. There is no such thing as a silly question. I am happy to help and hopefully one day will be your mechanic. Look forward to meeting you ladies.
Tami in Collision
Some of you may know who I am but others may not so I wanted to take this chance to introduce myself. My name is Tami Kehler and I have been employed here at Laidlaw's since 1994. I started riding motorcycles in 1989 and actually got my license in 1992 after taking the motorcycle safety course. I started out on an 883 Hugger® motorcycle and moved up to a 2003 Anniversary Road King® Classic.
I really enjoy being able to help people and it is a fact accidents do happen and that's why they are called accidents. I ride and I know that accidents can happen. Let me help you with your options and figure out what will work best for you in that time of need. I can arrange to have your bike picked up, deal with the insurance company direct for you or just answer questions and get you through it with ease. Please feel free to stop and say Hello and introduce yourself I would really love to meet you.