Rollin’ Fast increases showroom size with Indian addition
Rollin’ Fast Indian Motorcycle of Lebanon, N.J., held its grand opening with local officials and industry leaders on hand its Route 22 location. The free event was open to the public and included food, live music and giveaways from Tucker Rocky, Parts Unlimited and Bell Helmets.
Rollin’ Fast has been a motorcycle dealership in New Jersey for more than 12 years. The opening of the store marks a massive expansion and renovation for the business into a space three times the size of the old store. Rollin’ Fast has made a name for itself as one of the premier dealers on the East Coast for custom work and customer satisfaction.
The dealership carries Victory and Indian motorcycles, Slingshots and Polaris ATVs and side-by-sides.
Rollin’ Fast Indian Motorcycle of Lebanon/Rollin’ Fast Cycle Sports is not new to the area. Leaving the professional racing scene to open up shop in 2004, brothers John Costa and Greg Faiella ran their business on Main Street in Lebanon for 10 years before undertaking the massive expansion of the dealership and moving out near the highway.
Two years and just as many millions of dollars in the making, Rollin’ Fast’s new home features more than 7,000 square feet of showroom space. The showroom is also fully stocked with apparel and accessories, a large collection of pre-owned motorcycles and a knowledgeable staff and technicians.
Additionally, Rollin’ Fast is unique in its exclusive partnership with Sarge’s Workshop, another Lebanon-based business and custom powder coater, as well as custom painter MPS Paintwerx, enabling the dealership to truly be a one-stop shop.