About Us

Address: 4300 Manor Drive Stroudsburg, PA 18360*

*do not use this address for GPS, as it will take you in the wrong direction.

GPS  specific address: 1 Manor Drive Stroudsburg, PA 18360

Jim and Linda Schlier would like to welcome you to Pocono Mountain Harley-Davidson. We are a family owned and operated business, here to help you with all your Harley-Davidson® needs. Pocono Mountain Harley-Davidson purchased Schoch Harley-Davidson® from long time owner in 2013 with the motivation and enthusiasm in becoming the future of Harley-Davidson® motorcycling. 

At Pocono Mountain Harley-Davidson we take pride in being always trying the best we can to make sure you have the best Harley-Davidson experience with us.

We proudly serve the areas of Stroudsburg, East Stroudsburg, Sciota, Delaware Water Gap, Brodheadsville, Gilbert, Effort, Saylorsburg, Pen Argyl, Bangor, Wind Gap, Mount Bethel, Easton, Tatamy, Bethlehem, Reeders, Tannersville, Scorn, Swiftwater, Henryville, Mount Pocono, Tobyhanna, Cresco, Canadensis, Digmans Fery, Tamiment, Bushkill, Pocono Pines, Pocono Lake, Long Pond, Blakeslee, South Sterling, and Lake Harmony, PENNSYLVANIA.

We know you have other options, but thank you for choosing us as your family.

Harley-Davidson Time Line

1903 Harley Davidson is founded

1903 The first Harley-Davidson motorcycle is manufactured

1905 The "Silent Grey Fellow" nickname coincides with the new standard grey

1907 The first Harley-Davidsons sold for police duty

1909 First "V-Twin" engine

1912 First clutch mechanism

1914 Stepstarter and internal expanding rear brake

1915 Three speed transmission

1916 The first issue of "The Enthusiast" publication
1922 74" Twin engine debuts

1928 Front wheel brake appears

1929 WL 45" Twin engine

1932 45" Servicar

1936 80" Side Valve Twin engine and the first "Knuckle Head" 61" engine

1937 William A. Davidson dies

1941 74" OHV Super Power engine

1942 Walter Davidson dies at age 65

1943 Bill Harley dies at age 66

1947 74" OHV Big Twin engine

1948 74" "Panhead" engine is introduced

1949 The Hydra-Glide debuts

1950 Arthur Davidson dies at age 69

1957 XLH Sportster

1958 The Hydra-Glide turns into the Duo-Glide

1959 XLCH Sportster

1960 The "Topper," a fiberglass motorscooter, was introduced.

1960 Harley Davidson teams up with Italian manufacturer Aeronautica Macchi
S.p.A. to produce a line of smaller bikes including the Shortster and Sprint

1965 The Electra-Glide debuts

1965 George Roeder sets a world land speed record (177.225 m.p.h.) for 250
cc motorcycles on a much modified Harley-Davidson Sprint.

1965 After being privately held for over 60 years, Harley-Davidson goes

1966 The introduction of the Harley Davidson "shovel head" engine

1967 Electric start Sportster

1969 Merger with American Machine and Foundry Company (AMF)

1971 FX 1200 Super Glide

1972 1000 cc XLH/XLCH Sportster

1972 First disc brakes on a Harley

1977 FXS 1200 Low Rider and FLHS

1978 75th Anniversary models

1978 FLH 80 Electra-Glide

1978 First electronic ignition on a Harley

1979 FXS 80 Low Rider

1980 FLT rubber mounted engine

1981 Senior executives at Harley-Davidson purchase the company from AMF.
Harley-Davidson once again becomes a privately owned company.

1983 President Reagan imposes additional tariffs on all Japanese motorcycles
700 cc or larger.

1983 The Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) is established.

1984 The Introduction of the "Evolution" engine

1984 First Softail models and Air Assisted Anti-Drive

1986 By offering common stock and subordinated notes, Harley-Davidson once
again becomes a publically owned corporation.

1987 In an unprecedented move, Harley-Davidson petitions the ITC for early
termination of the five year tariff imposed in 1983.

1988 Patented "Springer" front-end returns

1990 Dyna model is introduced

1991 All Harleys change to five speed transmission

1992 All Harleys adopt a belt drive

1993 "90th Anniversary" homecoming

1995 First fuel injection models

Pocono Mountain Harley-Davidson
4300 Manor Drive GPS (1 Gypsum road) Stroudsburg PA 18360
Phone: (570) 992-7500 Fax: (570) 992-4067
Toll Free Phone: (877) 419-3711