Honoring a Hero

I never met Captain Shane Timothy Adcock. But I was privileged to work on his 2005 Honda VTX1300S, which now belongs to his father and is a memorial to his love of God, country and duty. Mr. Adcock had an airbrush artist cover the tank, fenders and side panels with Shane’s likeness, scriptures that expressed his heart and emblems to commemorate his service in the U.S. Army. After servicing and repairing the bike I asked my neighbor, a professional photographer, if he would clean up some pictures I took of the bike. Mr. Samardge went way beyond my expectations, also being moved deeply by the sacrifices of our military and created dazzling photos from my simple iPhone shots!

May God bless the USA and our military!!

Click this link if you would like to read more about Captain Adcock.

This is Kings Acres Road over I95.
This is the Hanover Wayside Park Veterans Memorial on Route 301.
The Hanover Wayside Park Veterans Memorial inset.


After hearing today’s COVID-19 update we at G6 are trying our best to comply with both state and federal guidelines for operating our business. While we will remain open we will be limiting our contact with the public. There will be ABSOLUTELY no drop offs without an appointment. Again, ABSOLUTELY no drop offs without an appointment. If you choose to leave a bike outside after hours it will be towed away and impounded at your expense.

Please call for an appointment and we will be more than happy to schedule your bike for it’s service or repair needs.

Thank you to all our customers for their continued patronage and for all the referrals!

God Bless you and keep you safe!