Jeff Todd – Internet Sales Manager
Jeff relocated to Colorado in 1993 but is originally from southeast Kansas. He graduated with a Bachelor’s in Photo Journalism. Jeff spends his time off riding in the mountains, climbing 14ers and mountain biking. After Jeff became a part of the Thunder Mountain family, while riding home on his new Harley, he saw a group of riders heading his way. As he got closer, he realized it was 7 guys that he now worked with at Thunder Mountain. Jeff loves that not only does he now belong to the camaraderie of Harley-Davidson and what it represents, he belongs to a family. He rides a 2010 Wide Glide and appreciates the low-down, beefy, old-school chopper look as it maintains the comfort of a modern bike.
“I have always believed in 3 things: One, you have to feel the ride. Two, you have to use the ride. Finally, and most importantly, you have to love the look of your ride. When you fill in all these voids, you have found your bike.”
Nick Hill – General Sales Manager
Nick started at Thunder Mountain in the parts department while he was in college at Colorado State University. From parts he progressed through internet sales, sales, finance and insurance to ultimately become the general sales manager. He originally became involved in the H-D lifestyle because of his passion for motorcycles, but stays because of the life long relationships he has built here. Nick enjoys spending time with his family and anything outdoor including fishing, shooting, wakeboarding, and motocross. He rides a 2010 H-D Street Glide that has been completely blacked out, leaving no chrome for confusion!
“When a person becomes a part of our THMD family it is truly an unforgettable experience and a lifestyle change! It is not about what we do, it’s about how we do it!”
Doug Scritchfield – Sales Floor Manager
Originally from California, Doug has been a part of the Thunder Mountain family since 1996. He worked in pre-owned and sales before landing the position of sales floor manager. Besides “hanging out with the fam,” Doug loves skateboarding, motocross, and martial arts. He currently owns 3 bikes; a 2009 FLHT, a 1981 FXWG and a CRF 450 R.
Jeff Sroufe – Sales Floor Manager
Jeff began working at Thunder Mountain Harley-Davidson in 2013. He was born and raised in Kansas and graduated from Fort Hays State University with a bachelor degree in Industrial Technology. He is also a Dealer Candidate School graduate with over 20 years of experience under his belt! His favorite bike to this day is the one he first test drove, the Dyna Wide Glide. He values his children and enjoys NASCAR and golf in his free time.
“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”
Aaron Visconti – Sales Associate
Aaron graduated from Lyons High School and went on to be a truck driver for medical waste before becoming a Thunder Mountain employee in 2012. He started riding at age 5 and bought his first Harley in 2007. Aaron used to trade metric bikes in every year, but after keeping his first Harley for 5 years, he knew HD was the brand for him. He got married on January 2, 2010 to Brianne who also owns a Harley. Now he rides a 2011 Blackline.
Jason West – Sales Associate
Jason started in automotive school before becoming a part of the Thunder Mountain family in 2011. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, and MC cars. He has two beautiful children, Kyle and Madison. When asked why he loves Harley-Davidson, Jason’s reply is simple: “I’ve always ridden Harleys—how can you not love them? I love them even more working at TMHD!”
“I truly sell fun!”
Lonnie Brockman – Sales Associate
Lonnie is originally from Boise, Idaho, but relocated to Fort Collins in 2000. He has been with Thunder Mountain since 2009. Easy going with an infectious booming laugh, Lonnie loves to ski, boat, hunt, and, of course, ride motorcycles. He boasts about his wife and 3 beautiful children ages 29, 8, and 4. Lonnie enjoys how working in sales allows him to create his own customer base and gives him the opportunity to talk to people about his passion, Harley-Davidson.
“Harley-Davidson is the last bit of Americana there is—it doesn’t matter what you do for a living or what has happened in your past. On a Harley-Davidson, everyone is on the same playing field. It is family you can pick.”
Jon Lynch – Greeter
Jon worked for a newspaper publication called “Our Daily Paper” for 35 years following a 4 year apprenticeship there. He also encountered great success as a body builder for 10 years before fulfilling his dream in the motorcycle industry. Originally from Rochester, Minnesota, he moved to Colorado in 2003 and has been a team member with Thunder Mountain since 2005. He is the proud father of an Officer in the Army, as well as two grandsons. Jon’s interest in Harley-Davidson started with his older brother. He loves everything about the Harley-Davidson lifestyle, and owns a 2010 Street Glide Trike and a 2013 V-Rod.
Dave Seibel – Sales Associate
Dave comes from nearby Ft. Collins and has worked for Thunder Mountain since 1994. He graduated from University of Northern Colorado with a bachelor in fine arts. Dave likes being in sales because it allows him to talk with other bikers, although he has also held positions in parts and as a chrome consultant. Dave finds a hobby in the ceramic arts and rides a 2009 Street Glide. He misses all of us customers, so come back in and see him!
Mike Gochanour – Sales Associate
Mike has 8 years of experience working for Harley-Davidson, and is certified as a sales staff as well as an H-D chrome consultant. Besides hanging out with his wife Dana and two boys Brady and Jackson, Mike likes to skateboard, customize/fabricate bikes and parts, as we all pinstripe. He has loved Harley since his first 99 XL 1200C, and considers himself fortunate to have a job that he loves to go to. He now owns a 2005 Springer Softail with apes and custom sheet metal and paint. He also has a 2002 XL 883 that he is in the process of chopping.
“Harleys can be whatever you want; a comfortable ride to go across the country, a rolling art of self expression, a 120 Horsepower Hot Rod Machine, or the best way to see the Rocky Mountains. For many years I have been privileged to make people’s dream bike a reality.”
Chip Dunmon – Sales Associate
Chip graduated from Penn State in 1991. At age 10, he traded two lawn mowers for a 1968 Harley, and as he would say, it was “game over” from there. Vintage, low, rusty cars and motorcycles truly are his passion—he spends his free time riding and working on Harleys. He also likes to spend free time with his family who all live in Colorado. Currently Chip rides a 2013 Ultra Limited and is in the process of blacking it out and pumping it up. Chip has been with Thunder Mountain since 2012.
“I will do everything within the confines of the law to get you the Harley-Davidson that you want and deserve.”
JP Cook – Business Manager
JP grew up in Jackson Hole, Wyoming with two older sisters. JP graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from CSU in 2007, became a TMHD employee in 2009, and has now worked his way up the ladder to our Finance Manager. Growing up, JP’s father rode Harleys and when he obtained a position at Thunder Mountain, he knew he was home. Like most of the Thunder Mountain family, he enjoys anything with two wheels along with boating, camping, golfing, and ice hockey. He also has a love affair with the Chicago Bears. He has owned a 2001 XL1200C, a 1994 FXDWG that was passed down to him by his father, and now has an FLS Softail Slim with 14’ Apes, pushrods, and a black thunder header.
“I strongly believe the building a relationship with our customers is the most important thing when it comes to customer service. I love meeting new people daily and creating a one-of-a kind experience for them.”
Randy Gallu – Business Manager
Randy started with Thunder Mountain in April of 2007, though he is originally from Norfolk, Nebraska. He graduated from the University of Wyoming and proceeded to spend 25 years there. He loves motorcycles and is one die-hard football fan. A little known fact about Randy is he participated in a training camp with the Denver Broncos in 1978. Now he rides a 2008 Electra Glide Classic, but hopes for a Screaming Eagle Road Glide or Street Glide.
“I enjoy how my job allows me to meet all sorts of interesting people.”