Yeager’s Cycle celebrates 60 years


Saturday afternoon Janice and Mike Siron, left, and Lloyd Dunn, all of Sedalia, look over a three-wheel Harley-Davidson owned by Dave and Lori Jordan from Lake Ozark. The Sirons and Dunn were attending Yeager’s Cycle Sales, Inc., 60th birthday celebration. “It’s a heart throb, that’s what it is,” Dunn said of the bike. Janice Siron said she loved the alligator skin seat cover.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Yeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration began at 11 a.m. Saturday and by 12:30 p.m. the parking lot on South Limit Avenue was filled with bikes. Former owner, Rick Yeager, said his father Jim Yeager started the business in 1956. He expected 500 to 600 people to come through for the celebration. Yeager said he sold the business eight years ago to his cousin Larry Yeager. “We’re the third generation family owned business … I’m so amazed and so proud that a business can exist that long under one family’s management,” he noted. “It can only be done because of our great customer base.”


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Full Moon Band performs Saturday afternoon at Yeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration. The all-day event featured Full Moon Band and Tobacco Row, food, beer, games, prizes, and a photo booth. People attending the event came from Kansas City, Lake Ozark, Jefferson City and as far away as Eminence in southeast Missouri.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

A Harley-Davidson motorcycle named “Widow Maker” owned by Dave and Lori Jordan, of Lake Ozark, was one of many bikes displayed Saturday at Yeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration. “We love motorcycles,” Rick Yeager, former owner, said. “That’s the thing that’s made the business a success through the years, is we live and breath the motorcycle business.”


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Saturday afternoon Janice and Mike Siron, left, and Lloyd Dunn, all of Sedalia, look over a three-wheel Harley-Davidson owned by Dave and Lori Jordan from Lake Ozark. The Sirons and Dunn were attending Yeager’s Cycle Sales, Inc., 60th birthday celebration. “It’s a heart throb, that’s what it is,” Dunn said of the bike. Janice Siron said she loved the alligator skin seat cover.

Yeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration began at 11 a.m. Saturday and by 12:30 p.m. the parking lot on South Limit Avenue was filled with bikes. Former owner, Rick Yeager, said his father Jim Yeager started the business in 1956. He expected 500 to 600 people to come through for the celebration. Yeager said he sold the business eight years ago to his cousin Larry Yeager. “We’re the third generation family owned business … I’m so amazed and so proud that a business can exist that long under one family’s management,” he noted. “It can only be done because of our great customer base.”

Full Moon Band performs Saturday afternoon at Yeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration. The all-day event featured Full Moon Band and Tobacco Row, food, beer, games, prizes, and a photo booth. People attending the event came from Kansas City, Lake Ozark, Jefferson City and as far away as Eminence in southeast Missouri.

A Harley-Davidson motorcycle named “Widow Maker” owned by Dave and Lori Jordan, of Lake Ozark, was one of many bikes displayed Saturday at Yeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration. “We love motorcycles,” Rick Yeager, former owner, said. “That’s the thing that’s made the business a success through the years, is we live and breath the motorcycle business.”

Saturday afternoon Janice and Mike Siron, left, and Lloyd Dunn, all of Sedalia, look over a three-wheel Harley-Davidson owned by Dave and Lori Jordan from Lake Ozark. The Sirons and Dunn were attending Yeager’s Cycle Sales, Inc., 60th birthday celebration. “It’s a heart throb, that’s what it is,” Dunn said of the bike. Janice Siron said she loved the alligator skin seat cover.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TSD071816Yeargers60th-1.jpgSaturday afternoon Janice and Mike Siron, left, and Lloyd Dunn, all of Sedalia, look over a three-wheel Harley-Davidson owned by Dave and Lori Jordan from Lake Ozark. The Sirons and Dunn were attending Yeager’s Cycle Sales, Inc., 60th birthday celebration. “It’s a heart throb, that’s what it is,” Dunn said of the bike. Janice Siron said she loved the alligator skin seat cover. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Yeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration began at 11 a.m. Saturday and by 12:30 p.m. the parking lot on South Limit Avenue was filled with bikes. Former owner, Rick Yeager, said his father Jim Yeager started the business in 1956. He expected 500 to 600 people to come through for the celebration. Yeager said he sold the business eight years ago to his cousin Larry Yeager. “We’re the third generation family owned business … I’m so amazed and so proud that a business can exist that long under one family’s management,” he noted. “It can only be done because of our great customer base.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TSD071816Yeargers60th-2.jpgYeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration began at 11 a.m. Saturday and by 12:30 p.m. the parking lot on South Limit Avenue was filled with bikes. Former owner, Rick Yeager, said his father Jim Yeager started the business in 1956. He expected 500 to 600 people to come through for the celebration. Yeager said he sold the business eight years ago to his cousin Larry Yeager. “We’re the third generation family owned business … I’m so amazed and so proud that a business can exist that long under one family’s management,” he noted. “It can only be done because of our great customer base.” Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Full Moon Band performs Saturday afternoon at Yeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration. The all-day event featured Full Moon Band and Tobacco Row, food, beer, games, prizes, and a photo booth. People attending the event came from Kansas City, Lake Ozark, Jefferson City and as far away as Eminence in southeast Missouri.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TSD071816Yeargers60th-3.jpgFull Moon Band performs Saturday afternoon at Yeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration. The all-day event featured Full Moon Band and Tobacco Row, food, beer, games, prizes, and a photo booth. People attending the event came from Kansas City, Lake Ozark, Jefferson City and as far away as Eminence in southeast Missouri. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

A Harley-Davidson motorcycle named “Widow Maker” owned by Dave and Lori Jordan, of Lake Ozark, was one of many bikes displayed Saturday at Yeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration. “We love motorcycles,” Rick Yeager, former owner, said. “That’s the thing that’s made the business a success through the years, is we live and breath the motorcycle business.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_TSD071816Yeargers60th-4.jpgA Harley-Davidson motorcycle named “Widow Maker” owned by Dave and Lori Jordan, of Lake Ozark, was one of many bikes displayed Saturday at Yeager’s Cycle 60th birthday celebration. “We love motorcycles,” Rick Yeager, former owner, said. “That’s the thing that’s made the business a success through the years, is we live and breath the motorcycle business.” Faith Bemiss | Democrat
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