What we're about...

French & Sons Motorcycles is George, Danny, Brent, Bob, Rick, Will and Billy. The mission each of us hold is to deliver honest, transparent and quality service to each of our customers.  The store started as an extension of our shared personal hobby. We started with no guidelines and have created an atmosphere that we've all longed for in a motorcycle shop. We are not a franchise dealer (been there, done that... i.e. French Honda) so we aren't under anyone's thumb. We care genuinely about our passion, that is motorcycling, and we love having the opportunity to share it with the Gulf Coast motorcycling community.

Things that set us apart...

  • Range of motorcycles we work on - It is not uncommon to see a 1974 Honda CL360 on a lift next to a 2015 Harley Street Glide getting serviced.  We do our best to accept all bikes no matter the make or age. 

  • Customer-friendly service department- There aren't too many motorcycle dealers or shops that have their service department in the showroom, but we do. We want our customers to feel comfortable being able to see their bike being serviced while they enjoy a mediocre cup of coffee. 

  • Customer-to-Customer motorcycle sales- We have a showroom full of bikes, customers have entrusted us to sell. We eliminate the hassles that come with buying or selling motorcycles.

  • Diverse range of parts, accessories and gear- We pride ourselves in having one of the largest selections of motorcycles helmets & apparel on the coast. We have something for every one when it comes to parts, accessories and gear.

  • Pick-up and delivery service- We know its difficult for customers to make arrangements to get their bikes to us, running or not.  We offer a pickup and delivery service anywhere on the coast.

Popular Mechanics - June 2016 Issue

 "They may have opened their shop servicing vintage and new bikes in December 2013, but motorcycles are part of the French DNA.  George French owned a Honda dealership in the 1980s, before his sons Brent and Danny came along. And he taught each of his boys to ride, when they were seven, on a chromed-out Z50 mini dirt bike he'd held on to from the dealership. The rest came by osmosis: "Dad would do his work on a bike. Brent would be his extra set of hands, and I would be the flashlight holder and get this tool or that tool. We learned a ton," Danny says. "My dad's been an entrepreneur and owned small businesses his whole life. And his dad was the same way. I honestly couldn't really see myself doing anything else." -- Popular Mechanics

"They may have opened their shop servicing vintage and new bikes in December 2013, but motorcycles are part of the French DNA.  George French owned a Honda dealership in the 1980s, before his sons Brent and Danny came along. And he taught each of his boys to ride, when they were seven, on a chromed-out Z50 mini dirt bike he'd held on to from the dealership. The rest came by osmosis: "Dad would do his work on a bike. Brent would be his extra set of hands, and I would be the flashlight holder and get this tool or that tool. We learned a ton," Danny says. "My dad's been an entrepreneur and owned small businesses his whole life. And his dad was the same way. I honestly couldn't really see myself doing anything else." -- Popular Mechanics