Hall's Harley-Davidson


Hall's Harley-Davidson gives you the feels of Route 66. Enjoy the impressive collection of Harley-Davidson motorcycles and feel the freedom of Route 66.

50+ years in business and still going strong.  

In 1962 Stan Hall and his wife Pat purchased Crawford's Cycle Shop at Third & Adams in Springfield, IL. Hall's Cycle Shop offered everything from Schwinn bicycles to Harley-Davidson® motorcycles. In 1968, the Halls moved their shop to 3755 N. Dirksen Parkway and changed the business name to Hall's Harley-Davidson®. The Schwinn bicycle portion of the operation remained downtown. Husqvarna was added to the mix in 1974 and later, the Ducati café-style motorcycle came on the scene. 2003 was a banner year for the business, as the Harley-Davidson® portion of operations moved into its current location at 2301 N. Dirksen Parkway. Hall's Harley-Davidson® now resides in a 2-story 43,000 square foot complex with several out-buildings.

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