We are your destination dealer

In a world where motorcycling has become an integral part of human life, there are motorcycle dealers that are merely present in the marketplace, and there are others who have set themselves apart. Cox’s Harley-Davidson® has been and remains a true “destination dealer” for over 50 years. Located in the heart of the Piedmont-Triad region in North Carolina, Cox’s Harley Davidson is known to many as a rider’s haven. We will and always have focused on preserving and renewing the freedom to ride.

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A true “destination dealer” for more than five decades in the Asheboro area, Cox’s Harley-Davidson has set up shop in the Sandhills for its potent mix of experience, service and sense of purpose.

Cox’s Double Eagle Harley-Davidson, a member of the Cox’s family of dealerships, opened in late March to rave reviews from local enthusiasts. Located about midway between Pinehurst and Carthage on U.S. 15-501, the dealership was purchased from Moore County native and former County Commissioner Jimmy Melton, who founded Sandhills Cycle Center in 1972 with Sherril Lee and Charles Auman, Jr.

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We gather around the coffee bar sitting on stools as we visit. Robbie Cox, owner of Cox’s Double Eagle Harley Davidson, and Rob Clark, Operations Director for the dealerships and Cox’s right hand man, welcome me into their world of Harley Davidson now going 3 generations strong. No doubt about it, Cox’s Double Eagle Harley Davidson is all about family connections, freedom in the ride, and a future generation destined for the extra mile. Whether you’re seeking a new destination or your ride is the destination, come on over and let’s go for a ride with the Cox’s Double Eagle family.

Defining the very heart and soul of the American dream, the Cox family is living it—wherein hard work and pursued passion bring sucess. In a little garage down a rural road in Randolph County, the spark ignited as Recil Cox was working hard at the battery manufacturing plant (then Union Carbide, now Eveready Battery Company) by day and in his garage by night.

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Cox's Harley Davidson Testimonial

Mark Griffiths, the service manager at Cox Double Eagle, was on vacation during the week I was getting engine kit put on. He called the service dept. to see how things were going with my bike while on vacation. I have nothing but praises for him and his team. They went above and beyond their call of duty.

Mark Tester, New London, NC