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Tim Robinson

Owner Operator


By now you may have heard that there has been a change in ownership at your Harley-Davidson dealership in Manassas, Virginia. We are now Bull Run Harley-Davidson. Timmy Robinson is the Owner/ Operator of Bull Run HD. He has lived in Manassas for the last 20 plus years and been a motorcycle enthusiast for the last 30 plus years. Timmy could not be more excited about this opportunity. He has been a customer in search of a place to escape, to find a place to shop, browse, service his bike, or to just hang out and talk to people who share his passion. Timmy is part of the Lindsay Automotive Group, but wants to be clear, this is not going to be a car dealership that sells motorcycles. We will carry the benefit of being part of a larger, family owned, dealer group when it comes to putting on social events like poker runs, live music, chili cook-offs, and more! The potential is endless. Stop by and find out for yourself!

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Chris Taylor

General Manager


General Manager Chris Taylor began his career at the Bull Run Harley-Davidson location in 1993, starting off in the Parts Dept. and moved to the Sales Dept. two years later. In 2003, he accepted the position as GM which means he is on the move, on call, and on the spot whenever anyone needs him. Why does he think Bull Run is miles above the rest when it comes to service? “We have an award winning team of dedicated employees that go the extra mile to make sure that our customers are satisfied.”

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Hilda Berry



Hilda Berry an employee who wears many hats and who has the most years at the Bull Run Harley-Davidson location. “I started working back in 1988,” said Berry. Since 2001, Berry has been on site and out of sight working behind the scenes to keep the dealership running smoothly. Her job includes handling all of the accounting responsibilities, submitting DMV paperwork, and keeping the guys on task. “It’s a family type environment,” said Berry “because of the longevity of the employees.” In her free time, Berry who holds a pilot’s license enjoys flying high in the sky and riding fast on the ground behind her husband on his bike.

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John Overend

Director of Operations


At about the age of 7, John's folks bought him his first motorcycle, a 1970’s used Honda Z50. This is when his passion for riding began.  Through the years he upgraded bikes but things really changed when John bought his first Harley-Davidson.  He says. "The experience, the wind in my hair (what little I have) and the camaraderie totally changed.  Having owned a Harley-Davidson for many years it makes me proud to be part of the team at Bull Run Harley-Davidson.  We look forward to seeing you at one of our many upcoming events."        

Sales & Finance


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Mike Randall

Finance Manager


Finance Manager Mike Randall seals the deals at Bull Run Harley-Davidson. “The whole process takes about 45 minutes,” said Randall who helps customers finalize financing, review warranties, and finish paperwork on their new purchases. “I create a new lifestyle,” said Randall as he puts them in the rider’s seat. “And I protect their investment.” The Manassas native began working at Harley-Davidson in 2003.


Parts & Accessories


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Robin Borum

Parts Manager


“We’ve got more experience in our department, than most dealers have in their entire store,” stated Robin Borum, Parts Manager for Bull Run Harley-Davidson. Borum should know because he alone has 40+ years of experience working with Harley-Davidson. “I’ve worked for Harley-Davidson since 1974,” said Borum who started in technical services. For the past 3 years, Borum has been parts manager at Harley-Davidson in Manassas. Borum rode in the first Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge, an endurance event covering 8,500 miles from Key West, Florida to Homer, Alaska. He has three HD bikes at his house and a dog named, Harley.

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Doug Lansberry

Parts Associate


Doug Lansberry knows his numbers. He has been working with parts numbers in the Parts Department at Harley-Davidson in Manassas for nearly four years. "I've been a customer here longer than I have been an employee,” said the Gainesville resident who rides a 2015 Road King. "I've bought six brand new bikes here." Lansberry and his wife, Denise, enjoy the chapter rides and events at Bull Run. "Personally, I don't think there is any better Service Department out there."

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Richard Walters

Parts Associate


Richard Walters who joined the Parts Department a few years ago understands having that customer’s part in stock is paramount. “If we don’t have a part, we’ll get it,” said Walters, a Vietnam vet who rides a 2015 Electric Glide Ultra Low. “People gather here for Rolling Thunder and many other rides, it is a good meeting place,” said Walters. Bull Run Harley-Davidson is one of the launch sites for the annual Rolling Thunder ride into Washington, D.C.

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Bill Welsh

Parts Associate


Bill Welsh is the most recent addition to the parts team here at Bull Run and has been riding Harley-Davidsons off and on since the 70's. When he is not working at the dealership you can find him out riding his 2016 Softail Breakout.

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Jeanne Zitney

MotorClothes Associate

Born and raised a Jersey Girl, Jeanne moved to Manassas in July of 2015 and currently enjoys riding on the back of a Street Glide on nice days. She is looking forward to getting a motorcycle license as well as her own motorcycle in the near future.




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Trina Parlet

MotorClothes Accociate





Trina started working for the Lindsay Auto Group in 2016 at Lindsay Buick GMC in Warrenton and couldn't ask for a better group of people to work for.  She was very excited when she heard that Lindsay was getting into the Motorcycle business and didn't hesitate when asked to come over to work in Motor Clothes. Trina says it is a great place to work and is enjoying over minute of it.  Her dad loved riding his Honda Gold Wing (don't hold that against him) and every morning, he would take her to school on the back of his bike. They often talked about Trina getting her own one day so they could ride together but life happened and they were not able to. She really loved riding with him and is glad to have those memories of him to remind her of how much she loves riding! Trina's dream of riding a Harley will come true very soon and instead of riding with her dad, she'll ride with her son which will be a wonderful thing to cherish!

Service Department


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Kevin Fincham has worked at the dealership for a couple of years in the sales dept. and has recently been promoted to Service Manager. “We treat you like family here while a lot of other dealerships treat you like a customer,” said Fincham. “We stick with you throughout your ownership.” Fincham began riding dirt bikes at 5. Today, he is on the hunt for a new Harley-Davidson. A FXR may be in his future he said. “Next to the birth of a child, getting a Harley is one of life’s greatest experiences.”





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Earl Ditamore

Service Technician


“I’ve been a mechanic all my life.” Bull Run Harley-Davidson customers may not know Earl Ditamore by name but they won’t forget him once they meet him. Gadget, as he is known by his friends and customers, literally cut his teeth on a 1948 Panhead when his parents boiled the stainless steel valve from a bike his father had torn down and let him use it as a teething ring. “I kid you not.” Ditamore began his career at the Manassas location over 20 years ago. “I won’t sell anybody something they don’t need,” says the mechanic who started riding bikes at three and had his first Harley by age 15. If you see a 2004 Softail sporting a license “Gadget” give him a wave.

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Calvin Thayer

Service Technician


“We have more experience here, than any shop in the area,” said Calvin Thayer who joked that his crew has more experience between four guys, than the bigger shops who have 25 mechanics on payroll. Thayer’s 37 years of experience as technician means he has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to pinpointing a problem. Thayer, who has been with Harley-Davidson in Manassas for nine years, prefers to ride his 2001 FLHT alone on the open road.

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Mark Heydt

Service Technician


“Your bike is taken care of by people who know,” said Mark Heydt who is working on his fourth year at Bull Run. The mechanic who rides anything with wheels said he feels the experience in the shop gives customers confidence in the service at Bull Run.