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John "Rogue" Herlihy Joins The Team At American Motor Works Co.

John “Rogue” Herlihy has accepted the position of Director of Research and Development for the American Motor Works Company. Rogue has been employed at the HMW Motorcycle Shop in West Melbourne, Florida, which is evolving into American Motor Works. American Motor Works manufactures a high quality, precision- built, high performance motorcycle in Palm Bay, Florida.

Rogue brings with him a past lifetime of motorcycling experience which includes 30 years as a motorcycle mechanic working for various motorcycle shops including one of his own. He has also done Research and Development and Product Testing for numerous well-known aftermarket companies. In his current position, Rogue will be assigned to the Engineering Department, answering to Jeff Starke (CEO), and to John Compton (President). His primary duties will be to design and implement products to perfection, and to apply them into assembly and manufacturing for mat for production. He will also assist in the procurement of products as well as in the documentation of all technical book publications and service bulletins. He will design and implement all procedures for product manufacturing.

For more information contact Rogue at American Motor Works Company, 2870 Kirby Ave., Palm Bay, FL 32905; (407)952-0547; fax (407) 728-8464; Internet E-Mail AMW @iu. Net; World Wide Web: http://iu. Net./AMW.





This article is from Biker Number 268 October 1995 an Easyriders magazine.




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