Adam and Eli Bieschke are proud to be Yamaha dealers in the Ozarks.
They are making plans to celebrate their upcoming 40th year of being a Yamaha dealer.
They started out in Golden, Missouri, on Missouri 86, and in 1986, moved to U.S. 65 in Harrison.
While striving for customer satisfaction, they have made a lot of friends and customers and since 2008 have been listed as a Pro Yamaha Dealer, currently at the Gold level.
“We are excited to be entering our 40th year in business,” Bieschke says.
There are many reasons to check out Yamaha of Harrison, whether you are looking for an ATV, street bike, dirt bike, side-by-side, generator or scooter, they have them.
Or if you are looking for used motorcycles or ATVs, Yamaha of Harrison carries many models to choose from and lists them on yamahaofharrison.com.
The showroom is also full of parts and accessories and they stock tires and batteries, as well.
“We try to stock what today’s riders are looking for, whether it be LED lighting or a performance exhaust system,” Eli Bieschke adds. “We also have protective gear and apparel to make your ride safe and fun.”
On many weekends you can find the Bieschkes riding or racing around the area on anything with two wheels or four.
“All of our team here are experienced riders and have years of riding experience,” Bieschke states.
The entire crew is extremely excited in the release of Yamaha’s newest side-by-side, the YXZ1000R, which is the world’s first true pure sport side-by-side with a sequential shift 5-speed transmission.
“We have all colors available in the YXZs now and have many of the available accessories installed so you can check them out,” Bieschke said. “We also have a full lineup of the other side by sides, the Viking 3-seater and Viking VI 6-seater, which are great around the house or farm. And don’t forget the Wolverine and Wolverine R-spec which make awesome trail riding machines.”
These machines along with many more new innovative units are arriving daily.
“Yamaha is on the gas with 24 new models released in the last 24 months!” Bieschke exclaimed.
If you haven’t been to Yamaha of Harrison lately, or have never been, now is the time to check them out.
They are located just 30 minutes south of Branson on U.S. 65 just inside the Harrison city limits and can be found on Facebook, as well.
They are open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and you can reach them by phone at 870-741-3131.