THE HISTORY OF STREET IS NEAT

Back in the mid seventies, Tim got a lot of hand's on experience working
on his own bike, a '78 HD SuperGlide. Before long Tim was working on
the bikes of friends from the surrounding area. Word of mouth spread
that Tim's work was on par with anyone else's.

In '84 the shop area of the former Mobil gas station in Oslo became
 available, Tim wasted no time in moving in, as it had ample shop area.

The building went through many owners, with Tim occupying the shop.
In 94, Tim purchased the building, remodeling the whole building
 Street is Neat also became an authorized Lehman Trikes Dealer.

Business steadily grew, requiring hiring a fulltime mechanic in 1999.
Also requiring the addition of  a showroom/ Parts Dept. in the same year.

In 2002, Jason came onboard as General Manager of Customer Relations.
Along with keeping the parts inventory in control.  He's the man to talk to
about those accessories you need for your bike.

In late 2003, With help encouragement from Jason, Tim decided it was time
to join the 21st century and develop a web page for STREET IS NEAT.

FYI: this background image is Main Street Oslo,
Julius Tinnes and Friends, enjoying a
ride on a nice day in the valley.

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Last modified: 04 March 2015