New to Houston / questions

Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by JWG, Aug 22, 2013.

  1. JWG

    JWG Been here awhile

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    greetings all

    I am new to the Houston area, I am in Alvin to be exact

    I am toying with the idea of selling my sportster and moving into the sport touring class bike

    so my question is which dealers should I be looking at and visiting

    I would hate the thought of drivng an hour and seeing 4 bikes that were all over priced in a bad shop

    I well may end up buying off CL or from a fellow inmate from the garage on this site. what I need to do first is decide just what I want

    right now I am leaning towards the con14

    thanks all
    be safe
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  2. urbanXJ

    urbanXJ Long timer

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  3. urbanXJ

    urbanXJ Long timer

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  4. JWG

    JWG Been here awhile

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    thanks will do
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  5. lddave

    lddave been there

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    Wild West in Katy .They have Honda, Kawasaki , BMW and soon Yamaha . Bo Burns made me a good deal when I bought my 2010 Concours from them .


    Dave
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  6. MartiniUp

    MartiniUp Long timer

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    Google TwoWheelTexan. Go to the forums, more info than you will ever need.
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  7. Bender

    Bender I can pass this guy..

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    They had a huge inventory last time I as out there. Lots of sportbikes.
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  8. lucydad

    lucydad n00b

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    Houston is home to MPH, they are perhaps the premier Moto Guzzi dealer in the USA. I totally vouch for them, and Guzzi makes some unusual and very fine bikes. Check out a Griso for a fast and flexible twin with character
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