NORWICH — A Greeneville motorcycle shop has grown from one to two buildings, helping preserve some of the city’s village history in the process.

Street Stuff Cycle opened a new showroom at 192 North Main St. on June 24, just feet away from its original space at 4 Central Ave. Monica Krasun-Mish, who owns the business with brother Eric Krasun and their mother Charlene Krasun, said there have been challenges getting there.

“What we thought was going to be a quick renovation, and maybe up and going in a matter of six to eight months, ended up 18 months,” Krasun-Mish said.

Eric Krasun, and his sister Monica Karsun-Mish, are co-owners of the new Street Stuff Cycle showroom in Norwich.

Krasun-Mish said her father, Richard Krasun, started the store in 1973, and moved to 4 Central Ave. in 1985. In October 2020, the family acquired 192 North Main St., a historic building which was the first St. Mary’s Church in Norwich, until the 1920s, and was most recently Savage Hardware.

Krasun-Mish also said her father grew up in Greeneville, so he always had a tie to that part of the city, and would regularly stop in at Savage Hardware. The patriarch was supposed to be personally in charge of the new location, which would sell solely Indian bikes.