Tax Season = Bike Season

It’s that time of year again. The time when Uncle Sam kicks a little something back and we all go out and do something wonderfully irresponsible with the newfound income that’s suddenly come our way.

Others do something irresponsible, anyway. Bikers know this is the time of year when it’s time to invest in new gear, new equipment, or the occasional new bike… or three.

The inventory is starting to grow once and this benefits you most of all. While all your friends are out blowing their newly found wealth on mundane things like TVs, surround sound systems, turntables, or even doing something unheard of like paying a few bills, you, my friend, get to reap the rewards of of the motorcycle market just before everyone else realizes it’s almost spring and they start looking into a new motorcycle.

Be the envy of all the boring people out there and roll through the new additions on the website. This year seems to be honored with the time honored tradition of the comeback of Suzuki motorcycles once again.


Going Old School… Well, not that old…

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.


Smooth Power

Looking for something with fun power, but runs smooth as butter? You need a Honda 929. Check this gem out! It has been loved properly with a 954 engine swap to sweeten the deal even more for a little of a sleeper bike for you.


A little something new…


So you say you want something new? Something unique? Something no one else is going to have? We present unto you the Suzuki B-King. This naked beast derived from the heart of a Hayabusa just arrived, and there’s no way it will be here long. The best part: it has a CLEAN TITLE!

Call the shop, 270-879-8979, as soon as you can to check on this unique bike, then get yourself to the shop ASAP because the B-King wont’ be here long.

Parts Request Submission

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.