ABOUT : Company Profile
G.M.D. Computrack was invented by Australian Greg McDonald. His development started back in 1982 and was perfected over the next 11 years before he sold his first machine in Japan. The second machine (which was the first for retail use) was sold to Kent Soignier of G.M.D. Computrack Atlanta in November of 1993. Since then, the company has grown by leaps and bounds with there being 11 workshops in the United States and another dozen in other parts of the world.
The mainstream business of G.M.D. Computrack is an international chain of licensed workshops that measure the chassis of a motorcycle to check for alignment and geometry. This allows us to determine if there are improvements that can be made to help the motorcycle handle better.
We have thousands of happy customers all over the world. We are talking about significant improvements in the chassis/handling, with customer descriptions such as "secure", "confidence inspiring", "awe-some", "brilliant", "more stable" and "dynamic " being the most frequent. Every new inquiry has an air of skepticism about it, and we respond to this with a "we'll blow your socks off" attitude.