I was there today, priced a new battery for my Triple, it was a lot more than going through Amazon. Pretty well stocked for Triumph clothing which I liked. Parking for automobiles would be their biggest problem in my opinion. They had a decent stock of bikes on the floor.
I have been there before. My buddy has had his 6k mile service and other things done there on his triple. I plan on going to them as well for my 6k mile service. good experience there on all fronts including product knowledge, service, etc.
They had a nice event yesterday. Like a meet and greet with BBQ and discount off Triumph accessories. They also had a pet adoption at the same time which sounds weird, but was oddly fitting. They had a special, where you buy a bike, and can adopt a dog for free!
Went there for a used bonnie with cash in hand during the winter and they seemed surprisingly reluctant to make a deal compared to other places. They were asking $6000 for a 2006 T100 that had sat for over 6 months and right on the cusp of triumph's new lineup being released.
The experience left me frustrated but I may give them another try down the road since there are few options in the area. For what its worth, shop seemed nicely sorted and people were generally easy going..
This past November, traveled there from NJ to see a pristine 2014 mag wheel Bonnie with 5K miles on it they had advertised on Craigslist. I bought it for $5500. I found them to be no-nonsense, helpful, and quite friendly people. Their passion for what they do and for the Triumph brand is obvious.
I agree, good selection of bikes on the floor and nice selection of Triumph clothing. Lots of lower priced gear like T shirts and hats that you usually don't see elsewhere.
( I almost changed my mind about the Bonneville when I saw the two Rocket IIIs they had there ) :surprise:
They serviced my 2012 Bonneville SE until I traded it for a t120 last year. We didn’t beat each other up on the trade or the sale, and whether or not I could have saved a buck or two, I’m happy. They handled a couple of small warranty issues on the new bike successfully, painlessly, and quickly. I often get a nice late model loaner. Nice bunch of guys, big new showroom, always well stocked with bikes and gear.
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