Ok Folks, Orville has dropped prices on some the bikes and is ready to make some room for fresh inventory. Check them out and see what we have waiting for you.
There was a time when a liter bike meant something. It wasn’t just something you could hop on as a beginner rider and take off because of all the techno-do-dads. That time was back in the early years of fuel injected beasts like the 2003 Yamaha R1. Just give it a whirl, torque is your friend, but it isn’t for the faint of heart or unsteady throttle hand.
Sorry it’s been a while since we got to make an update, Folks. It’s been a hectic season and we have been SLAMMED! Here’s a quick update. We have sold the 2012 Triumph Bonneville America, took a 2003 GL1800 in on trade and we have already sold the GL1800. We have a couple of fresh bikes that will hopefully be up and running soon. Stay tuned in to this page and our Facebook page or stop in and see Jamie to get in the know.
Yes Folks, we’re still selling them well. The 2009 Kawasaki VN900 Classic has found a new home. We would like to say a big thank you to Van for the purchase. We look forward to serving you and taking care of your motorcycle wants and needs for years to come. It looks like the showroom is getting bare pretty quick so get in here and snag up your ride before we sell it to someone else.
Just in and looking for someone to rebuild it and ride it how God and Suzuki intended: 2012 Suzuki GSXR600 that needs a body kit, headlight and fairing stay. This bike has an aftermarket muffler already and can come with a rebuilt title and has 16,875 miles. You can see it in person at Green’s Motorcycle Salvage in Millwood, Kentucky or call 270-879-8979 and ask for Jamie.
The first of two bikes that sold this week was this beautiful 2003 Kawasaki VN1600. The second (that sold so fast we didn’t even get to get the picture because we’ve been so busy) we the 2008 Kawasaki ZX-10 that we took in on trade for the Vulcan. Get in and get on that bike you have been dreaming and drooling about before someone else puts it in their garage.