After 25 years, Gail Worth, the proprietor of Gail's Harley Davidson in Grandview, is stepping down

Gail Worth, the long-standing owner of Gail's Harley Davidson in Grandview, is bidding farewell after a remarkable 25-year tenure as a leading figure in Kansas City's motorcycle sales scene.

Throughout her career, Worth, who boasts three motorcycles of her own, has been the friendly face synonymous with motorcycle sales in the KC metro area for over two decades.

Reflecting on her imminent departure, Worth shared her enthusiasm for her final ride from the dealership, expressing a clear preference for the road glide special, complete with bags and a radio. "It's got bags on it and a radio because we all need radios," she emphasized.

Anticipating her next adventure, Worth confessed, "I have never been able to feel the lifestyle that I've been selling." However, she's eager to embark on her next journey once the remaining inventory at her Grandview dealership is sold, marking the end of a chapter that has inspired countless women to embrace motorcycling.

With over 40 years in the business, Worth has no plans for a quiet retirement. Instead, she's orchestrating a grand farewell with a two-day extravaganza, Gail-A-Palooza 25, slated for June.

"It's really cool. I'm going to miss it so much," Worth remarked, highlighting the significance of her departure.

Following her retirement celebrations, Worth's first post-retirement trip will be to the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee. For more details about her upcoming June festivities, interested parties can visit Gail's Powersports website.