Bald Eagle Harley-Davidson®
2080 US HWY 41 West, Marquette, Marquette 49855
About us

About us

Bald Eagle Harley-Davidson® is the ONLY Authorized Harley-Davidson® Dealer in the entire Upper Peninsula of Michigan!

Just because our riding season is short lived here in the Upper Peninsula, does not mean that we lack in fun. We all wish for spring to come early, summer to last longer, and fall to stay late! Always be sure to check our events calendar if you are planning a trip to the Upper Peninsula. We have rides going out all summer long, as well as events in every season.

The riding season provides everyone with beautiful scenery. With waterfalls scattered across the U.P who wouldn't want to travel here? We are located just a few miles off of one of the Great Lakes, the gorgeous Lake Superior which offers many attractions on its own. Attractions include, but are not limited to: boat tours, light houses, parks and beautiful scenery for miles that bikers thrive to ride along side.

If you are planning a trip to the beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan, give us a call and be sure to stop in. We have tips on the best riding around and will provide you with a Guide to the U.P. to ensure that you don't miss out on some of the most beautiful rides there is to see!

With all of this beautiful scenery comes a lot of wildlife, be sure to stay alert while traveling, because they don’t follow the road signs.

We are looking forward to seeing you!

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Bald Eagle Harley-Davidson & Bald Eagle Mahindra

Covid-19 Response Plan

 

Revised 06.03.21

 The following COVID-19 preparedness & response plan has been established for Bald Eagle Harley-Davidson in accordance with MIOSHA Emergency Rules for Coronavirus disease  (COVID-19).  The purpose of this plan is to minimize or eliminate employee exposure to SARS-CoV-2.

Hard copies of the plan will be made readily available to our employees. The plan will also be made available via www.baldeaglehd.com

 General:

Worksite Supervisor: Sean McAdam, General Manger. If Sean is not at work, a Manager on duty will be appointed to be in charge.

  1. Employees are to call in to General Manager or Manager on duty and notify if feeling ill, any employee who is feeling ill is required to stay home
  2. General Manager or Manager on duty will conduct a daily entry self-screening protocol for all employees or contractors entering the workplace, including, at a minimum, a questionnaire covering symptoms and suspected or confirmed exposure to people with possible COVID-19, together with, if possible, a temperature screening. The General Manager or Manager on duty will be responsible for ensuring that all required health surveillance provisions are performed & health records are kept.
  3. All non- vaccinated employees are to to wear facemasks at all times during customer interaction and when a social distance of 6 feet apart cannot be met undergoing routine tasks.
  4. Employees that are vaccinated, must provide proof of vaccination to the Office Manager, in order to be exempt of wearing a mask. If an employee does not want to provide vaccination information or if they have/have not been vaccinated to their employer, they will be required to wear a mask.
  5. Customers are required to wear masks within the dealership, if they have not been vaccinated. Masks will be available to be purchased if customer does not provide one themselves. Fully vaccinated customers are not required to wear a mask per CDC guidelines.
  6. Daily cleaning of restrooms & high traffic areas
  7. All desks, counters, computers etc.to be wiped down between each customer interaction
  8. Employees are to sanitize hands in-between each customer interaction

 

  Recordkeeping

Bald Eagle Harley-Davidson will maintain records of the following requirements: 

  1. Screening protocols. The employer shall maintain a record of screening for each employee or contractor entering the workplace.
  2. If an employee is identified with a confirmed case of COVID-19, record when the local public health department was notified; as well as any co-workers, contractors, or suppliers who may have come into contact with the person who was the confirmed case of COVID-19.

 Department Response Breakdown:

Motorcycle Sales & Tractor Sales/ F&I:

To include, but not limited to:

  1. Wiping down (tractor) doors, handles, shifters, steering wheels after each customer interaction
  2. Wiping down motorcycle audio buttons, grips & levers daily
  3. Change out pens and sanitize between obtaining customer signatures
  4. Hand sanitizer at each desk

 General Merchandise Sales:

To include, but not limited to:

  1. Hand sanitizer at each checkout station
  2. Limit the amount of trying on merchandise. After an article of clothing is tried on, it will be sanitized & pulled from the floor for 24 hours.
  3. Encouraging customers to provide measurements of their head vs trying on helmets. If trying on a helmet is necessary, face shields will be removed. Helmets will be sanitized afterwards and pulled off the floor for 24 hours.
  4. Plexi glass shield is installed at each checkout station
  5. Change out pens and sanitize between obtaining customer signatures

 Parts & Service:

To include, but not limited to:

  1. Hand sanitizer at each checkout station
  2. Customers will not be allowed in the back shop, doors will be locked to customer entrance & they will be required to use the front door.
  3. Customer bikes will be washed or sanitized before being returned to the customer
  4. Customers waiting on service will be asked to wait outside if store capacity has been met
  5. Plexi glass shield is installed at each checkout station
  6. Change out pens and sanitize between obtaining customer signatures

  Riding Academy:

To include, but not limited to:

  1. All Riding Academy students are required to wear face masks during classroom time if they have not been vaccinated.
  2. A new space has been designated for riding academy students only, this space has been stanchioned off to students only & not public seating. 
  3. Each student now has their own table vs. previous shared table
  4. Each student is provided their own writing utensil’s and reading materials
  5. Hand Sanitizer is readily available to Riding Academy students.
  6. Each Riding Academy bike is sanitized after each class
  7. A larger monitor is placed for easier visibility in the new Riding Academy space to help keep a social distance of 6 feet or more between riders & instructors