Sales Department

Our client advisers are motorcycle enthusiasts first. It's important to us that you get the motorcycle that suits your interests and needs - so you can enjoy the sport as much as we do!

Randy Felice - Sales Manager (aka "Gear head")

Randy Felice

Sales Manager (aka "Gear head")

Randy was born to work at a motorcycle shop... literally! "My parents started A&S as a motorcycle salvage yard in 1968. I grew up tearing down bikes and riding a Honda 50 Mini trail." In 1983 Randy became an official employee of A&S.

After college he returned to A&S BMW Motorcycles as General Manager. "When my parents retired in 2003 I became sales manager too. My favorite part of working at A&S Motorcycles is training co-workers." Randy's commitment to customer service is a driving force at A&S Motorcycles, "If you need something, I will find the answer.​"

"I enjoy going to bike nights and commuting 'the long way' to work on my 1967 BMW R60/2. (my wife calls it 'Darth Putt-Putt')." When he's not at work, Randy enjoys running, weight lifting and spending time with his wife, Amber, and their two children.>

David Morton - Client Adviser

David Morton

Client Adviser

David came to work at A&S Motorcycles in 2005 after a career in Auto Parts and Service. David's an avid rider whose current street bike is a Ducati 1198S. He also rides a Suzki DR650 and enjoys club rides, track days and dual sport riding. "I love having the chance to talk with A&S customers about what they love about motorcycling and what it means to them, because motorcycling is different for everyone."

When not working, David enjoys riding his Ducati, and pursues his hobbies of photography, gardening, golf, and wrenching on motorcycles and race cars. David's words to live by, "Don't wait for tomorrow, it never comes."

Harrison Cole - Client Adviser

Harrison Cole

Client Adviser

Harrison came to A&S Motorcycles after working for thirteen years in the bar and card room business. After nearly twenty years as a customer, he finally joined the team.

An avid rider who enjoys both modern and vintage bikes, Harrison owns several bikes including a Ducati 900SS, Hypermotard SP, and a Moto Guzzi Ambassador. He enjoys connecting riders to the right bike, particularly if it's one they hadn't thought of. Off hours you'll usually find Harrison riding on the coast, wrenching in the garage, or spending quality time with a good book.

Ted Hudson - Client Adviser

Ted Hudson

Client Adviser

Ted is an avid motorcyclist.

Joe Coscarelli - Client Adviser

Joe Coscarelli

Client Adviser

Joe's been riding motorcycles since the age of 6, starting on a Bonanza minibike that he still has. (It's parked in the company of a Ducati Monster 800, a 2017 BMW R1200GS, a Vespa GTS 300 and a Yamaha YZ250 for the dirt.)

" I enjoy traveling and always rent a bike or scooter to explore new places with my wife." Says Joe, "when I'm not selling bikes or riding them I spend as much time as I can with my family. I feel fortunate to be able to earn a living doing something I'm passionate about."

Parts, Accessories, Apparel and Internet

Whether it's riding gear for you or new "farkle" for your motorcycle, our parts professionals are the people who know what works!

Kirk Vincent - Parts Manager (aka "Captain")

Kirk Vincent

Parts Manager (aka "Captain")

"Captain" Kirk is an admitted fan of Star Trek and has been working in our Parts Department since 2005. Currently, he's our Parts Manager, "I'm here to make sure that our customer's needs and desires are met beyond their expectations."

Before working for A&S Motorcycles, Kirk spent a number of years working retail in the outdoor industry. Working here, he found that his passion for adventure grew when he discovered the concept of "Adventure Touring." This lead to the purchase of a BMW R1200GS Adventure. "Spending a little part of your day outdoors, whether exercising, riding a motorcycle or sitting with your feet up can do nothing but good for you." says Kirk.

Although currently without two-wheel transportation, Kirk says, "Don't feel too bad for me, I've chosen to invest the time I would be spending riding a motorcycle building a future with my wife... and she said I can get a new bike soon - yeah! So far I've owned a Yamaha FZ1, a Ducati Multistrada and my Adventure. It's the mix of practicality, stability and sheer riding fun is what sold me on the Adventure." An avid bicyclist and rock climber, and snowboarder, Kirk is a dedicated lover of outdoor activity, "There is nothing that I enjoy more than just being outside. When I'm not working, I love to be outdoors."

Shannon Whalen - Senior Parts Associate

Shannon Whalen

Senior Parts Associate

Shannon grew up in the motorcycle industry, the daughter of a motorcycle mechanic, and she has worn quite a few hats here at A&S Motorcycles. She started in the shipping and receiving department as her first full time job out of high school (where she took auto shop classes). Back then we were a small company and she was the only one on the job there. A quick learner, Shannon soaked up parts knowledge like a sponge. Eventually she moved to San Francisco and worked at San Francisco BMW. While there started riding on a Ninja 250, spending every weekend riding to Alice’s, up and down the coast - even doing track days at Thunder Hill.

Since moving back to our area, Shannon returned to our parts department as a parts and apparel specialist, eventually taking on more responsibility as assistant parts manager and in 2007, parts manager. Recently, Shannon became a mother and chose to relinquish the management position to serve as senior parts associate sharing her vast knowledge of the business on a part-time basis.

Mike Herte - Internet Marketing Guy

Mike Herte

Internet Marketing Guy

Mike came to A&S Motorcycles after a varied career with the Defense Department. "I've been an electrician, an equipment repairer, an electronics technician, a technical writer and a computer technician. Through it all, I've been riding motorcycles - since 1970." Mike was excited to have the opportunity to work at A&S Motorcycles, "I've been riding most of my life and can't think of a better way to make a living; combining my love of motorcycles with the fun of introducing fellow riders to some of the best bikes in the world. It's especially fun to work at the best motorcycle shop in California"

Mike enjoys touring and riding the twisty roads of the Sierra and Coastal ranges. "When I'm riding my goal is to avoid freeways and find new back roads. I like to get my money's worth from my tires by wearing the edges as much as the center." Mike's had a number of bikes over the years including a 1972 Electra Glide that survived thousands of cross-country and commuter miles through the 1970's. There was also a Honda 500-4 with a sidecar that was the family's second car for ten years. He currently rides a 2007 BMW R1200RT and occasionally his wife's 2006 Triumph Thruxton. "I love having the chance to talk to our customers about the places they've been and the bike's they ride because it's fun to share our mutual interest in travel by motorcycle."

After working in the Sales Dept. from 2005 through 2009, Mike now serves in the internet department loading new products on the our e-commerce web sites and taking care of our dealer site, He also is responsible for our Facebook pages and for most of our written communications with our customers including our various newsletters.


Our Service Department is committed to listening to you and taking care of your motorcycle needs. Whether it's routine maintenance, warranty repair, adding accessories, or working with your insurance company after an accident, we're committed to do our best work in a timely manner.

Tim Whalen - Service Department Manager

Tim Whalen

Service Department Manager

Tim joined A&S Motorcycles right out of high school and has worked for the company ever since! A Master Certified BMW technician, Tim is highly respected in the motorcycle business having worked as A&S Motorcycles' Service Manager for over 30 years.

Valerie Mackey - Service Adviser

Valerie Mackey

Service Adviser

Val has worked at A&S Motorcycles since 2002 first as our Service Dept. Scheduler and Warranty Administrator, and now as a Service Adviser. She says, "When I came to work here, I did not know anything about motorcycles, I started out working to help lighten the load of the Warranty Administrator as well as checking-in new bikes and, when we had the CHP contract and were selling 100-250 Police bikes a year, helping the Authority Bike Sales Dept. organizing and checking-in all the equipment that each police agency required." -- She's obviously learned a lot about motorcycles since then!

As the proud grandmother of five Val spends a lot of time with the grand kids and enjoys crocheting, sewing, and traveling with her family. Val is famous at A&S Motorcycles for her awesome oatmeal-chocolate chip cookies. "I love working at A&S Motorcycles because it is truly a family environment. This is not just a job - it's fun to come to work everyday!"

Art Escamilla - Service Adviser

Art Escamilla

Service Adviser

Art started riding at 16 but his passion for motorcycles goes back to childhood when his dad rode a 1988 Kawasaki ZX600. He's worked in the motorcycle industry in 2010 starting at a shop in Arizona. After relocation to the Sacarmento area he came to A&S Motorcycles and worked in the Parts department. One year later he moved over to Service Adviser.

Art currently has four bikes including a 2013 Aprilia Tuono V4 APRC, a 2012 Honda CBR1000RR, a 2005 VTX1300 project bike and a 2006 GSXR1000R. However, his mind is set on his next bike - a BMW S1000RR!

Trained at MMI, Art is certified in Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, and Kawasaki motorcycles. He also has some BMW training since working at A&S Motorcycles. "I have experience working on Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, BRP, KTM, Ducati, BMW, Triumph, EBR, and Vespa/Piaggio over the 7 years in the business. My ultimate goal is to become a leader in the industry, managing a successful dealership."

Brent Hopkins - Service Adviser

Brent Hopkins

Service Adviser

Brent first fell in love with motorcycles as a kid when his cousin took him for a ride on a Suzuki. As a teenager, his first bike was a Suzuki GSX600F and that made it all real. "I decided that I wanted to learn how to rebuild and maintain bikes so I went to MMI and got my certifications. I graduated on a Friday, packed on a Sunday, moved on a Monday, and started work in San Jose on a Tuesday. I wrenched as a certified BMW technician for 6 years until relocating to the Sacramento area and starting here at A&S Motorcycles."

After years as a tech, Brent decided to try his hand at service writing and has enjoyed making the transition from the shop to the desk. "I hope to learn this and other departments here at the dealer in order to become a better asset to the motorcycle industry because motorcycles are such a huge part of my life."

Brent currently rides a '97 Harley Sportster 1200 Custom that he built and that shares the garage with a couple of Yamaha XV750's - a custom build and a donor along with a 1982 Yamaha XV920 that's going to be a ground-up custom build. "Learning is my passion and there's always something to learn when it comes to motorcycles. If I'm not out climbing, hiking, or traveling, I'm either wrenching or riding, guaranteed!"

Brent is certified in BMW, Yamaha, and Harley Davidson motorcycles.

Jim Anthony - Master Motorcycle Technician

Jim Anthony

Master Motorcycle Technician

Jim has been a professional motorcycle technician since 1968. Jim had his own motorcycle repair shop from 1985-97 until moving to our area. With many years of experience working on Japanese brands and he's been a factory certified BMW specialist since 1999 and is factory certified on Triumph motorcycles too.

Jim's personal road bike is a 2001 BMW R1150GS and his 2006 Honda CRF250X sees action on the dirt.

Howard Beck - Motorcycle Technicinan

Howard Beck

Motorcycle Technicinan

Howard started working on motorcycles in 1974 at a neighborhood shop in New Jersey. Currently Howard is a factory certified Triumph specialist. His wide experience covers every aspect of the business and spans various Japanese, European and American brands. He even owned his own business selling and servicing Triumph, Victory and Moto Guzzi motorcycles.

Howard's owned innumerable motorcycles over the years but his favorite bike has been his 2001 Triumph Speed Triple.

Lee Brown - Motorcycle Technician

Lee Brown

Motorcycle Technician

Lee has over 30 years of motorcycle service experience. Starting with his first job at the original A&S Motorcycle Parts shop in Folsom, he's worked on pretty much everything on two wheels. Factory certified in Ducati and Triumph, Lee has also taught mechanics at Sacramento City College.

Lee has put over 132,000 miles on his 2000 Ducati Monster 900 and also enjoys riding his collection of BMW R90/6's (he has three!)

Tim Loop - Motorcycle Technician

Tim Loop

Motorcycle Technician

Tim is factory certified on BMW, Ducati and Triumph motorcycles. His motorcycle wrenching career began in 1998 at a large Yamaha dealership in South Sacramento and he's been working at A&S Motorcycles since 2005.

Tim's 2016 Ducati Hypermotard SP is his current favorite bike although he's had numerous bikes over the years. That includes a Yamaha RD400 that he still owns and which has been a favorite at our annual Vintage Motorcycle Show.

Drew Williamson - Motorcycle Technician

Drew Williamson

Motorcycle Technician

Drew has been a professional motorcycle tech since 2001, starting out mounting tires at an independent shop in Santa Rosa, CA. He's worked at A&S Motorcycles since 2011 hiring in as a Quality Control Test Rider then moving up to factory certified BMW, Ducati and Triumph technician. He also specializes in Vespa, Piaggio and other scooters.

Drew's current favorite ride is his 2003 Honda RC51. He also builds cool custom bikes based on vintage Hondas.

Henry Mini - Quality Control Technician

Henry Mini

Quality Control Technician

Henry is one of our Q/C Techs responsible for assuring that bikes leaving the shop have been serviced up to our high standards. An A&S Motorcycles customer since the salvage yard days, Henry is retired Heavy Equipment Mechanic with a great work ethic who's skills have been a real asset to our shop.

Henry has had over 50 motorcycles through the years. Currently he alternates between riding his 2005 R1200GS and his 2016 R1200RT.

Jamie Ormsby - Motorcycle Recon Foreman

Jamie Ormsby

Motorcycle Recon Foreman

Jamie won the "best ever" award for his new employee introduction:

Hello, my name is Jamie & I’m a motoholic…
I would have liked to stand before you all today & say that I have not moto’d in many days, but to be honest, I moto’d yesterday. I am living proof that motoholism is hereditary. My father is a motoholic & my Grandfather on my mothers’ side is a recovering motoholic. I am fairly certain that my motoholism manifested itself in me at a very young age. My father, not realizing that he was continuing the cycle, placed me on the fuel tank of his 1970 Honda CB750 when I was 6 months old. He also placed me on the fuel tank of his Kawasaki H2 750. I was hooked, but confused on which moto my addiction craved most.

My confusion further increased when I was given a 1965 Honda CB450 twin by my grandfather & introduced to a Suzuki RM125 during high school. My disease took a turn for the worst around 1997 when I entered the bastion of motoholism in Citrus Heights, A&S BMW Triumph. It was there that I had my first taste of what the British had to offer. When introduced to the Scorched Yellow 955cc fuel injected Triumph T595, my life was forever changed. I knew that it would be a very long time before I could ever become a recovering motoholic, like my grandfather.

Over the next few years I satisfied my motoholic cravings with Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki & Kawasaki. I thought I had settled on Kawasaki, but after going to work for Performance Cycle, the new local Triumph pusher in 2004, my craving for British Iron returned with a vengeance. It was there that I purchased a Graphite 2006 Triumph 675 Daytona. Again, my life was forever changed. After using Daytona to get me through the most simple to the more adventurous task, from going to Safeway for groceries to camping in Kings Canyon, it seemed that there was no hope for my ever recovering.

The first step to recovery is admitting that there is a problem. Well ladies & gentlemen, I have a problem, I'm a motoholic. It is not always easy dealing with the stigma & bigotry of those who do not suffer from the disease of motoholism, but like many of you, I stay calm & carry on. My addiction has brought back to the bastion of motoholism, A&S Motorcycles. It is my hope that through the guidance & support of this great body of motoholics, I may some day find the strength to walk the path of recovery.


These are the folk who keep the gears turning at A&S Motorcycles behind the scenes.

Jeff Hanrahan - General Manager

Jeff Hanrahan

General Manager

Jeff came to A&S Motorcycles after 10 years as National Sales Manager for a motorcycle aftermarket parts distribution company that mainly works with BMW, Ducati and Triumph dealers nationwide.

Jeff says, "My relationship with A&S BMW Motorcycles began with them as one of my long term clients. Every year, while working at a BMW Rally, I would meet with and talk to Randy and the staff. I was always impressed by their commitment to the highest levels of customer service. During one of these rallies I was offered the opportunity to join the team."  After three years as Parts Department Manager, Jeff took over as General Manager and has provided strong, steady leadership to our company since 2006.

Jeff's current bike is BMW G450X, he's a lifetime member of AMA District 36.

Kathleen O'Boyle - Controller (aka "Accounting Queen")

Kathleen O'Boyle

Controller (aka "Accounting Queen")

Kathleen joined A&S Motorcycles in 2016 after 20 years in the automobile business. As our controller, she makes sure the i's are dotted and the t's are crossed.

Off duty, she loves to go on motorcycle rides with her best friend, do some stand-up paddle boarding on the lake, hit the gym, play board games, cook and BBQ and hang out with my daughter.​ But does she ride? "I fell in love with motorcycles in kindergarten after being picked up from school on a Harley by a family friend. I have ridden here and there in the past but prefer to be a passenger as I am easily distracted by the ​world around me. I do plan on getting my license soon."

Although not a rider yet, Kathleen's got the right attitude, "Work like a captain, play like a pirate​!"