At Pomona Valley Harley-Davidson, all of our service technicians are factory-trained and certified, and supplied with state-of-the-art equipment to do the job right. We use only Genuine Harley-Davidson® parts and accessories, unless of course you specify otherwise. Our technicians use the latest electronic diagnostic test equipment to accurately check modern fuel-injections and ignition systems.

Our Service Department has eleven lifts and a great staff of skilled service technicians to keep your Harley® motorcycle running at its best. Please call or click below to schedule a service request so we can provide you with the best possible customer service.

If you're broke down on the road, we can come and pick you up anytime during business hours. If you would like to have your motorcycle picked up for service and delivered back to your home or office, we provide this for a nominal fee.

Most importantly, here at Pomona Valley Harley-Davidson we understand how much you value your Harley-Davidson motorcycle; and we promise to give both of you the professional care you each deserve. Contact our service department via email: Click Here . Or, better yet, give us a call to schedule your service appointment (909) 981-9500 ext. 515.

Monday Closed
Tuesday 8:00AM - 7:00PM
Wednesday 8:00AM -7:00PM
Thursday 8:00AM - 7:00PM
Friday 8:00AM - 7:00PM
Saturday 8:00AM - 7:00PM
Sunday 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Basic Motorcycle Inspection

Whether you motorcycle has been sitting in the garage or you have been riding it on a regular basis, it is always a good idea to do a periodic inspection of your motorcycle.

Here are tips to check out some of the basic systems of your bike:

  • Head Lights: Check high and low beams for proper viewing at dusk and night time riding. You wouldnt want to be caught out in the dark!

  • Brake Lights, Front/Rear Turn Signals, Instrument Lights, and Horn: Shortage in any or all of these could mean a electrical problem. Check for proper intensity.

  • Oil Fluid Levels: If oil is very dark or black, smells burnt, you may need to have a oil and filter change.

  • Inspect tires for wear, tread depth, cracking or cuts. Check for proper air pressure: The proper air pressure should be listed in your owners manual.

  • Inspect rims for dents, cracks and carefully tighten loose spokes.

  • Inspect oil lines for leaks and cracks. Look for oil leaks from the engine or transmission cases.

    As always, check your owners manual for proper maintenance requirements, or call our service department to schedule your bike for a proper maintenance check