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Fort Myers mainstay Haus of Trikes and Bikes to expand showroom and service center to over 30,000 square feet
For immediate release - Fort Myers, August 25th, 2017

Fort Myers based Haus of Trikes and Bikes has released plans to expand its facility to nearly 30,000 square feet into the adjacent building. Their current facility on 4601 Fowler Street has been serving local bikers for 18 years, selling new/used motorcycles and trikes as well as providing repairs and rentals.

Owners Manfred Glanzner and Herbert Baum have acquired the former MICHIGAN HOMES office building and adjacent warehouses next to their current location and plan to open the newly renovated facility in October of 2017. The plans will expand the showroom from 5,000 to over 30,000 square feet making it one of the biggest motorcycle and trike showroom in Southwest Florida. "We felt that it was time for us to expand after so many years. The increasing demand for trikes, bikes, service and rentals for the last decade made it an easy decision for us to grow our infrastructure. "We saw the opportunity with the warehouse next door and decided to go for it!" says owner Manfred Glanzner.

The service area will grow to 4,000 square feet, servicing all V-Twins such as Harley Davidson, Victory and Indian bikes as well as all other metric brands. The state-of-the-art two-story facility will always showcase over 200 bikes and trikes

This expansion comes in a timely manner as owner Herbert Baum explains " Over the years we have outgrown the existing facility and besides the fact that we are Florida’s largest Trike Dealer, we also have recently become an officially authorized retailer for Royal Enfield - the only one in Southwest Florida. This and the fact that we are working on inquiring other interesting Motorcycle brands for the Ft.Myers area, deserves a brand new, modern facility". 

Established in 1893, Royal Enfield is the oldest motorcycle brand in the world still in production, with the Bullet model enjoying the longest motorcycle production run of all time. Royal Enfield sold over 600,000 motorcycles worldwide in 2016.

The Grand Opening is planned for this Fall and will include live music, food and specials. For more information visit