When you run into a great shop that caters especially to ADV Riders, you have to recommend it, and it's nice to have some directions in a town you don't know so here it goes: BIKE'S ADVENTURE BOGOTA http://www.bikesadventure.com/ N 04° 38.86.3 W 074° 04.14.4 Address: Calle 72 No 27 A- 15 This guys have lent space and tools on several occasions for ADV Riders to do their own work. I sent Crashmaster there and they took good care of him. Today, Mauricio (the owner) lent us a bike lift and tools so we could change the water pump on PorLaTierra's bike... We got there pretty late in the afternoon and finished around 8:30PM. He normally closes at 6:00PM so he stayed late, simply waiting for us (even though we offered to leave the bike and come back tomorrow so he could go home, he said not to worry, he'll wait)... When we finished, Ryan was going to his hostel and I was going to the opposite part of town, so Mauricio even gave me a lift home. He has several brands of oil, lots of different tires at decent prices.. even the hard-to-find front 19 inches for the big GS... I saw a couple of TKC in stock and several hard-to-find (n Latin America) rear Pirelli Scorpions MT90 for the KTM 9*0 (he can mount and balance a tire), Heidenau, other fluids, clothing, helmets, gloves and other accessories related to the ADV Rider. So if you are in Bogotá, looking for something for your bike, pay him a visit. He enjoys helping ADV Riders and he is good people. And the store is located very close to the "bikes street" (several blocks of stores that sell only bike related stuff) so if Mauricio doesn't have it, you will probably find it close by. I'm not related to them in any way, but I think one should support good businesses and good people.