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Old 02-27-2013, 07:34 PM   #1
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DIY Motorcycle Repair near SF

Hi all,

We just want to let you know we're offering ADV members 10% off monthly passes to our DIY shop near San Francisco. We opened a little over a year ago and have had many ADV folks come through to work on their bikes or attend our workshops, and we'd like to see more of you.

This is a different kind of motorcycle shop - here you can work on your own bike yourself. Help is always available if needed. It's husband and wife owned and run. We have been riding with groups around the Bay Area for many years and have created a place for folks to come together, work on their bikes, hang out and watch some motorcycle movies or racing, or join a workshop to improve your maintenance skills.

We have many workshops offered weekly, ranging from the basics, to changing your tires, even valve adjustments. During these workshops, students work on their own bikes while a mechanic leads the way. It's a great way to get your service done and learn at the same time!



We're called Moto Shop, and you can find out more about us here:
http://www.bayareamotoshop.com/

And of course you can follow us here:
http://www.facebook.com/BayAreaMotoShop

Stop by and say hi!
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650-873-1600
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Old 02-28-2013, 10:25 AM   #2
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That is an absolutely brilliant business model!

From spending time in SF, I know there are lots of bike owners who's only space is the sidewalk outside their apartment. Having a place to work on their bikes will be a huge help.

I would even be interested in making the trek for your valve adjustment workshop when I do my first check on the Aprilia without dealer help. I'll have to research to find out if it uses the same shims as the Ducati.
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