Online Gear & Accessory Shops

What makes your ride better? Gear, accessories, gadgets, etc that make your ride more enjoyable.
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Online Gear & Accessory Shops

Post by radare » Fri Dec 23, 2011 3:10 pm

How about a thread for Online Gear and Accessory Shops that are highly rated?

I typically buy jackets, helmets, pants, etc from Motorcycle Gear. They routinely have good deals, have great customer service and I like that I get a gift certificate if I review an item and post a picture.

I typically buy parts from two sources: Motrcycle Superstore and Bike Bandit. Motorcycle Superstore typically has a good assortment of aftermarket parts (tires, etc) while Bike Bandit stocks OE parts (with diagrams).

EDIT: I've recently began purchasing stock items from Ron Ayers as their prices are quite a bit better than BikeBandit. They also have a better parts fiche and give you the part numbers. If you need stock Yamaha parts, give them a shot.

That being said, tell me: Who do you all like to use when buying gear online?

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Re: Online Gear & Accessory Shops

Post by Super-Mario » Fri Dec 23, 2011 3:48 pm

Gear & Misc stuf (Chains, sprockets, grips, etc.) = Rockymountainatvmc.com <-- Best prices and free 3day shipping over 100$. Best customer service ive dealt with ever.

Honda Parts = Service Honda (Discounted Prices + they have a lot of discontinued parts.)

Yamaha = Bob traceys world of cycles (ok CS and shipping times) Discounted prices though! OR Bikebandit (List price :( )

I usually try to go through my local dealer to help them out, but some times they just rake you over the coals.
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Re: Online Gear & Accessory Shops

Post by MOzarkRider » Sun Dec 25, 2011 11:19 pm

For lots of clothing and gear Ideas with up to date video excerpts on the gear I like browsing Revzilla:http://www.revzilla.com/ Sometimes the prices aren't too bad either...
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Post by xjmike » Mon Dec 26, 2011 7:10 am

I like http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com/StoreFront.bokthey have great prices and the videos help, similar to revsilla.
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Re: Online Gear & Accessory Shops

Post by SonnyB » Thu Feb 25, 2016 4:31 pm

radare wrote:How about a thread for Online Gear and Accessory Shops that are highly rated?

I typically buy jackets, helmets, pants, etc from Motorcycle Gear. They routinely have good deals, have great customer service and I like that I get a gift certificate if I review an item and post a picture.

I typically buy parts from two sources: Motrcycle Superstore and Bike Bandit. Motorcycle Superstore typically has a good assortment of aftermarket parts (tires, etc) while Bike Bandit stocks OE parts (with diagrams).

EDIT: I've recently began purchasing stock items from Ron Ayers as their prices are quite a bit better than BikeBandit. They also have a better parts fiche and give you the part numbers. If you need stock Yamaha parts, give them a shot.

That being said, tell me: Who do you all like to use when buying gear online?
I realize this is a long dead post I am resurrecting but I must say thank you. After I purchased my Scorpion Departed jacket I had been looking everywhere I knew of trying to find the SAS-TEC SC-1/15 Back Protector Insert it was designed to use as the upgraded CE rated protection. Last night looking through forum I read this and checked out motorcyclegear.com and found it in stock

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Re: Online Gear & Accessory Shops

Post by webman94 » Sat Jul 02, 2016 10:37 pm

I had excellent service from Revzilla when I picked up my Bell Bullitt helmet last winter.

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