The bike inventory is constantly changing. Be sure to click the different makes on the tab in case that bike you can’t live without happens to be in stock.
Our apologies, but in recent weeks we have technical difficulties with the Parts Request Form on the website. The issue has been resolved, but because of the nature of the issue parts requests did not submit correctly and were missing key elements in order for us to be able to provide service. We ask that anyone who has emailed or used the website to request parts from August 8, 2014 – August 20, 2014 to please resubmit a parts request.
Again we apologize for this inconvenience, and thank you for your patience during this time of technical difficulties.
This beauty of a motorcycle has just come in, and it does not fail to impress. The customization to this GSX-R is extensive and follows the same theme. It goes from the most simplistic of upgrades with colored GSX-R bar end weights to a custom-built full cage. We say custom-built because those wonderfully constructed bits of protective casing aren’t typically made for the big bikes and are done as one-off builds when requests are made. Come on down to the shop to see this beast in person.
And keep your eyes peeled for a video soon.
It’s a 1999 Honda F4, with a clean title! This fun little bike has a polished frame, HID headlights, wave rotors, Yoshi exhaust, and loads of fun.
The shop will be closed Monday, March 11 – Saturday, March 16 for Daytona Bike Week. Since the shop will be closed there will be no one to answer phone calls, field emails, or answer questions on Facebook. Email and Facebook questions will be answered starting on Monday, March 18.
If you’re needing any last minute tweaks to be ready to ride there is only 1 1/2 days left to get what you need before we’ll be closed for a whole week. Swing on by the shop to pick up those parts, get that tire changed, or get those fluids changed before it’s too late.
Be safe out there and we’ll see when we reopen on Monday, March 18.
Somehow this video didn’t make it on the website or Facebook when it was recorded a month ago. All the more reason to hop on over to the YouTube channel and subscribe or just click the fancy link HERE. But here’s the video of the Ninja 650r. Enjoy.