Kansas City Offers Outpouring Of Best Wishes For Gail Worth Retirement

There have been a slew of tribute stories for a local motorcycle legend over the past month. 

Apropos for #TBT we just wanted share one more by way of campy TKC cheesecake references to old school Harley adverts featuring hottie Marissa and a nicer note we found from a community news outlet.

Perspective . . .

The name “Worth” is nearly synonymous with Harley-Davidson in the Kansas City area; her parents opened a dealership in Belton in 1977, later selling her the business, which she moved to Grandview in 1999. But she didn’t just rely on the family name. She crashed through the glass ceiling to become not only one of the few female-owned dealerships, but one of the most productive.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

A worthy retirement: Owner of Gail's Harley-Davidson ends career in motorcycle sales

"This isn't just a Harley dealership. This is a place with a heartbeat and a soul."