Team SSC

Customer service is not a department, it is an attitude

THE HEAD BOTTLE WASHERS

Charles Sandoz

Charles Sandoz

Owner

I have been in the motorcycle industry for about 21 years. I started working as a motorcycle technician during summers to pay for college. After graduating from Boston University with a B.S. in Cellular Exercise Physiology, I opened Seacoast Sport Cycle with Jim Smith on April 1, 1998. I have been racing for the same amount of time and past race bikes include a Suzuki GS500E, a Laverda 668, an Aprilia RSVR, an RSV Factory R and a Ducati 1098. I have won a couple of club championships with LRRS/CCS and have also raced with AHRMA and AMA. Before motorcycles I was a Nordic ski jumper on the regional development team and at the international collegiate level.

Jim Smith

Jim Smith

Owner

My current bike? An Aprilia RS250 race bike and whatever else I want to borrow for the street… where is that new XDiavel?! I like to describe myself as in my thirties, single, full head of hair, wealthy, athletic, and on the look out for hot women. (Editors note: If you know Jim, you know only ONE of the above mentioned qualities applies to him……)

MEET OUR SALES TEAM

Scott Greenwood

Scott Greenwood

Sales Manager

I got my first bike at the age of 5, a Honda QA50 and the rest is history!  I began working in the industry right out of High School on the Parts Counter at a Multi Line Dealership.  That is also the time I started RoadRacing with the Loudon Road Racing Series as an Amateur.  I advanced to expert at the end of 1992.   I stepped away from working in bike shops and began working in the Telecommunications Industry building a family business in the process.  Over the years I have competed nationally with the AMA & FUSA Series racing from NH to FL to CA and just about everywhere in between.  I was able to win a number of National Championships along the way with Championship Cup Series and won the 2003 Formula USA 600 Sportbike National Champion.  Sprinkle in a few Loudon Classic wins and a pile of North East Regional Expert Championships over the years and its been a good run!   Fast Forward to present time and I am still racing locally with the LRRS Series and working at SSC in the sales manager position.  I also teach Road Racing Schools, sharing my knowledge and passion with new and experienced riders alike.  Motorcycles are a family thing at our house – my 2 older children grew up at the track and riding a very young age.  They both enjoy riding in the dirt and racing/track days.  Now to find another 50 for the little guy….

Adam Kells

Adam Kells

Parts & Apparel Guy

…Upwards of 30 years ago my first motorcycle ride was on the gas tank of my Uncle’sTriumph Bonneville through downtown Portsmouth…Probably without proper riding gear, lack of a back protector, no perforated leathers with knee pucks, or a custom fitted race replica helmet. Never-the-less, I was hooked on bikes, especially European ones. Fast forward to Y2K and I find my self working in a Euro-bike shop living the dream…and its been like that ever since. I’ve worked in a few dealerships here in the 603 over the last decade or so and I’ve learned so much, met so many people, heard some crazy stories and seen so many bikes it boggles my mind sometimes. My line between dealership life and personal life is a bit blurry as mostly all that I do is moto-related, weather it be a Sunday ride with friends, a late night garage wrenching session or racing in the LRRS on “The Gixxer”. So, throw in a few distorted chords on one of my guitars, a perfect hazelnut latte and the occasional snowboard trip and thats what I got.

Adam ``JR`` Guyer

Adam ``JR`` Guyer

Parts Associate

Currently enrolled at Manchester Community College and I enjoy riding/racing dirt bikes in the JDay Series.  I recently started Roadracing this past season, moving up from Novice to Amateur after a few events.  Officially known around these parts as “Bretts Kid”

Brenda Busch

Brenda Busch

Sales Administration

Dana Morgan

Dana Morgan

e-Commerce

MEET OUR SERVICE ADVISORS

Jeff 'el Jefe' McDonald

Jeff 'el Jefe' McDonald

Service Advisor

I am new to Seacoast but have years of experience in the industry including 10 years as Parts Manager for a Multi Line Dealer, 13 years as Assistant Service Manager / Warranty Manager,  5 years as Parts Manager for 4 Locations at Casella Waste, 4 years at Rochester Truck as Parts Tech which brings us to (my Greatest Move) HERE at Seacoast as a Service Advisor!   I enjoy my off time Relaxing, Fishing/Hunting with my 2 boys

Scott Martel

Scott Martel

Service Advisor

I have over 18 year experience working in a Multiline Dealership doing many different tasks over the years.  I have many different motorcycles including a Multistrada and Ducati Superbike along with a T-Rexx to name a few.

 

P.S.  I love  996’s !

MEET OUR SERVICE TECHNICIANS

Kyle Thompson

Kyle Thompson

Shop Foreman

(editors note:  I’m not sure what he meant by this, but he said something about pulling the heads off a 900SS and then left…)

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    Kevin Singelais

    Kevin Singelais

    Technician

      Nate Cadorette

      Nate Cadorette

      Technician

      For as long as I can remember, I have had an interest in motor sports. I was probably five years old when my dad would take me up and down our dead end street on his 1974 CB750 Four (protective gear definitely was not a priority back then). Since then I have always had a love for anything that had a motor. My best friend growing up had a cheap Sam’s club go cart, that we would drive until it broke (which didn’t take long and happened frequently). We would piece it back together and drive it again. Unfortunately I never had a dirt bike or ATV of my own growing up, but I never past up an opportunity to ride a friends, cousins, neighbors, whatever. When I was 16, I bought my first bike, a 1990 Yamaha Radian 600. It was a great beginner bike. Since then I’ve owned a bunch of bikes. I decided I was interested in working in the motorcycle industry. I went to MMI and graduated in 2006 at the top of my class. I’ve been working in the industry for about 9 years primarily as a mechanic and moving up to more administrative roles throughout. I’ve had the opportunity to do a couple race weekends, meet a lot great people and work with some very talented individuals in the industry. I hope to do some more racing at some point, as I have never found anything as exhilarating as competing on a closed course.

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