• Moto Express Wash

    New Concept, New Opportunity…

  • Where There’s a Wheel

    Where There’s a Wheel

    There’s a way!

  • Maximize Ride Time

    Maximize Ride Time

    Get a 2-hour clean in under 5 minutes!

  • Automatic Motorcycle Wash?

    Automatic Motorcycle Wash?

    Ride On!

  • Innovation is Power

    Innovation is Power

    Bring new technology to your area.

Wash. Dry. Ride.

Combining state-of-the-art technology gained from over 39 years in the vehicle wash industry, with innovation from “real” motorcycle riders who want to spend their time riding, not cleaning . . . Harrell’s has produced the FIRST and ONLY fully automated motorcycle wash system. With revolutionary techniques specifically designed to accommodate the growing numbers of motorcycles on the road today, the Moto Wash has transformed the standard two-hour hand cleaning, into an innovative five-minute automated process.

Experience the pride of a clean ride without the hassle of hand washing. Moto Wash, coming to your market soon!

  • Investment Opportunity

    The Time Is Right

    Wondering how YOU can finance a Moto Wash? We’re here to help bring an idea into reality.

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  • Revenue Boost

    Motorcycle Riding Season

    Add value to your site with the addition of the Moto Wash. The car washing industry thrives in the Winter. Summer and Fall is Motorcycle Season! Be ready to treat your customers to the ultimate clean.

    Get ready for bikers
  • Ready to Go

    Smart Machine. Simple Install.

    With water and electric access, the Moto Wash can be installed in an existing self serve bay. Our new design offers a simple installation for a lasting investment.

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At the touch of a button, the bike is securely stabilized by a computerized system that activates blocks at the kick stand and front tire. An automated, touch-free arm moves across the bike for pre-soak, wash and a spot-free rinse while the tires are rotated and cleaned.


The bike is dry in seconds, thanks to a powerful air dryer. It should be noted that the driver is also dry, since they were able to wash their bike remotely . . . although, depending on how much dirt the driver got into while having fun on the bike, they might be tempted to get a wash right along with the bike. This is not recommended.


It typically takes about two hours to wash a motorcycle by hand. Harrell’s Moto Wash takes less than five minutes. Less time cleaning means more time riding. More time riding means more repeat business for your car wash.


Motorcycle owners take great pride in their rides. This state-of-the-art technology allows them to maintain the beauty of their bike in a fraction of the time. Add an entirely new market to your car wash business, while being responsible for legions of happy motorcycle owners.

Contact us for details on installing the country’s first and only automated motorcycle wash. When bikers can get their ride clean this easily, they’ll only want to get dirty more often!

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Does the seat get wet?
Yes, but the standard Moto Wash has a 10HP dryer that makes two full passes over the motorcycle.

What about spraying water on a hot engine or exhaust pipes?
The Moto Wash starts with a complete cool down pass to decrease the temp of hot parts to an acceptable temperature to apply cleaning detergents.

What about spraying high-pressure water on the bike, that can’t be good for the electronics?
Following manufacturer recommendations, the Moto Wash utilizes a medium pressure rinse on the motorcycle body of with high pressure applied to the wheels only.

Won’t high-pressure water damage my wheel bearings?
The Moto Wash utilizes a medium-pressure rinse applied at varying angles to bearing surfaces to minimize water intrusion.

How does the motorcycle stay upright during the wash process?
After capturing the front wheel with our patented 8-point roller assembly, we secure the motorcycle’s side stand with a patented, flexible pin-locking device to hold the bike in an upright position.