Ronnie Ray – Owner
Ronnie is a native son of Pickens County. He has been in business over thirty five years in the Jasper area.
Ronnie began in the auto body repair industry in the seventies. He opened R & R Body Shop in January, 1982. As a related business, he formed R & R Wrecker Service. In recent years he has been involved in the carwash and storage business. He also owns and manages several commercial rental properties.
In mid 2003 Ronnie was diagnosed with a serious and debilitating disease called Wegener’s Granulomatosis. It slowly destroyed his kidneys.
Ronnie was blessed with a second chance at life when a kidney transplant was performed in March of 2005. Since his recovery his health has been great!
Ronnie has always loved and owned motorcycles. For many years he has been involved with local motorcycle clubs such as the Cherokee Cruisers and the GWRRA. He was a charter member of the Chapter R in Pickens County.
Amanda Prather – Manager
I have been at R & R Trikes from the beginning. I am Ronnie’s youngest daughter and biggest fan. Working with my dad has been a great experience. Honestly, he is the only person who could work with me this long. Being part of a growing business is very rewarding. We started a few short years ago installing motor trike kits with no service dept or inventory. Now we have grown into a building twice the size with an amazing service department and a store inventory of over 5000 items and now we offer several different trike kits. I come to work each day and work with people who truly care about our customers and our business. When we are all are working to our highest potential great things happen both for ourselves and the business. There is not another job I could dream of where I am rewarded daily.
Deborah Ledbetter – Sales / Customer Service
Deborah is native of Jasper, Georgia who grew up on a vegetable farm and still resides in Jasper with her husband and four sons. Deborah is new to the motorcycle and trike industry, but she has over 10 years of experience in the automotive industry. She is the “busy-bee” of R&R she does anything you ask her! In Deborah’s free time she enjoys hunting and fishing. Deborah is a proud supporter of the United States Military and a proud Army-Mom!