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Hello all. Selling my Triumph so I am looking for a reputable MV dealer (read: good service department)in the New England/Northeast region. Not many to choose from so I'm willing (and have to) make a trek to CT, MA, PA every 6K. Motofixx in CT, Valley Motorsports and Eastern Cycle in MA are probably the closest to me so if anyone has experience, good or not so good, with them please feel free to comment. Looking forward to becoming a part of the MV family! Thanks in advance for the info. Regards.
-- jm martin (email@example.com), August 28, 2002
JM, I purchased my bike from Valley Motorsports. They're a great bunch of guys but too far away for service. So instead, I bring my bike to Motofixx in CT for maintenance. Motofixx is more expensive than Valley Motorsports probably because of their close proximity to the City. Even the cost of most parts are more at Motofixx.
The best mechanic at Motofixx is Cooper (Coop). He's the ONLY one I will allow to touch my bike.
Hope this was helpful, Tony '00 MVF4S
-- Tony Perez (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 29, 2002.
Got my 2000 F4S from Eastern Cycle in Beverly, MA. These guys live and breath Italian motorcycles. Chuck, the mechanic, produced a custom chip for my bike after I installed the CRC open racing pipes and the bike is as smooth as stock.
-- Chris Eden (email@example.com), August 29, 2002.
Thanks Tony and Chris for the info. Nice to know there are good retailers in the northeast supporting the brand. Regards.
-- jm martin (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 03, 2002.
I've worked with both Ferracci in Philadelphia, and Extreme Motorsports in Freeport, Long Island. Both are excellent in my experience. Ferracci is the standard in terms of expertise.
-- Larry Nipon (email@example.com), September 05, 2002.
Motofixx in Norwalk,CT. They are good people there. Greg in service does a great job of fitting me in . Coop is a ace wrench. Big Mike in parts will hook you up.Hope this helps.
-- Peter Kondash (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 23, 2003.