Ever wanted to try out that shiny new motorcycle before you commit to a long-term relationship? Well, here’s your chance. Fishtail Riding School and Seacoast Sport Cycle are partnering to provide select motorcycles available for testing at most of our track schools.
The models will vary depending on the track (+ hp at Canaan? Not gonna happen.), but Seacoast is an official dealer for Ducati, Aprilia, Moto Guzzi, Kramer and Vespa, so the options are pretty broad. The idea is to let you take that certain something out on a date in a controlled environment where you can simply focus on the bike and see if it’s a good fit.
We’ll post what specific bikes will be available prior to each track event, and seat time will be allocated on a first come, first served basis at the Seacoast trailer.
There is no cost to participate, but if you decided to pull out your checkbook after the test ride and take the bike home with you on the spot, no one will complain. Needless to say, space will be limited.
Got questions? I’m sure you do. You can contact us through Facebook, email or yell at us as you drive by, or you can speak to Adam or Jim directly at Seacoast. We’re pretty excited about this new venture, and we suspect you will be too.
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I have bought 3 bikes from Jim (Co-Owner) and these guys really know what they are doing. They know the bikes inside and out and will spend what ever time it takes to make it right for you.
I would recommend anybody who is considering any motorcycle purchase to talk to these guys before they buy. They also have just about everything you ever wanted in stock. All of the products are of the highest quality and priced very competitively.
I'm telling you, you cant go wrong here. The best part is that every review on here is saying the same thing. It's not an accident. They are legit. Check them out.
The guy I talked to in here never put a mask on. Is 500,000 American deaths not enough to make businesses take this pandemic more seriously? Very discomforting.
Review from 05/03/2016: I had no intention of buying a motorcycle when I came in here, really just wanted a test drive as I was planning to get an HD the next day. Came in on a Saturday, they had free food and drinks and some killer bikes out. Test drove a Ducati, loved it, and dealing with Scott and Seacoast Sport Cycle completely changed my mind and I decided to buy one. In contrast to standing around an HD dealership without getting help, and dealing with old sales guys who don't really care about you, it was really refreshing to come in here. You'll get undivided attention, and they really care about the bike they sell you, and about you as a customer. Definitely a 5 star place and I look forward to being a long time customer.
Oh, and my Duc is amazing! Thanks again!
UPDATE 09/23/2017: Just purchased 2 new tires a week ago from them. Woke up to a flat tire today, called them because I'm now wondering if they have a road hazard product like every other place I've gotten tires (I always buy it), but they never did offer it while I spent an hour+ waiting there for the tire install.
According to them they only offer road hazard to customers who are buying motorcycles (was never offered it then, either). Guess the service here is only good when you're being pitched to, but it's clear they don't actually care.
I understand what happened to my tire is not their fault, but the 1 star is my disappointment in the ultimate result of their weak service. What is their fault is that I am not covered now. That I have to figure out my own tow and then probably pay another $200-300 to replace the tire. As an insurance agent I would feel terrible if my lack of service caused someone to be put in a situation like this a week after spending close to $500 at my place of business. That, coupled with their apathy when I called is the reason for the 1 star. I'm all set with this place, I'll ride to another state in the future if I have to.
I've been a customer of Seacoast Sport Cycle's for about 9 years now. The very first time I went there, I was shopping for a bike. I walked in the door about an hour prior to closing. They tossed me the keys to three different bikes. I was really surprised. There was no pressure to buy and I didn't leave until about 30 minutes after closing. I was very impressed.
I ended up buying a used Ducati 1098, but always brought it here for service and I have always been treated very well. The technicians here are the best you can find; they do excellent work. Kyle's reputation for quality and accuracy is well known.
Last year, I sold my 1098 and picked up a new SuperSport S from Seacoast. Jim, the owner, gave me a very competitive price, but I probably would have given him the sale regardless. A great shop with top of the line service, great quality merchandise, and a really caring and helpful crew is difficult to find. I want these guys to be here for the long run.
If you're looking for a motorcycle shop with people who listen and really go the extra mile to please their customers, Seacoast Sport Cycle is where you want to go to. I won't do business anywhere else.
In the market for a motorcycle or riding apparel, do yourself a favor, see Jim at Seacoast Sport Cycle. Jim is a true professional, an educator, courteous & patient. Jim takes his time to understand your needs and wants and shares his wealth of knowledge to assist you in making the right decision. He uses his experience to offer effective alternatives. No pressure. Comfortable environment. When you are in the market for a bike or apparel, do your self a favor, see Jim at Seacoast Sport Cycle. Dale, my wife, and I are glad we did.
First off, I've been meaning to write a review for years and am finally getting to it. :)
I've been a loyal customer of Seacoast for several years, started having my bikes serviced here after BCM Ducati closed, buy parts and accessories, and have bought two bikes from Jim (co-owner of Seacoast). Seacoast is a truly top notch dealership. Everyone is knowledgable, friendly, and honest...which, IMO, is hard to find in this industry. When I say 'everyone' I mean it - sales (Jim), service (Jason, Kyle, Shaun), parts (Adam), apparel (Pat), bike delivery/pickup (Jason), and the rest of the team are truly great people.
You can ask them anything and get knowledgeable and honest answers...looking for advice on a bike or parts/accessories for touring? They can answer it. Into racing / track days and have questions? Yep, they can answer it.
The facility is very nice...unlike some dealerships where it feels like it's in a barn or an old warehouse.
If you're looking to buy a new bike, service for an existing bike, or buying parts / apparel, I'd highly recommend visiting Seacoast.
Excellent! That is how I describe my experience with Seacoast Sport Cycles. I live closer to Boston but didn't want to have to deal with Boston traffic so I checked out the inventory at Seacoast and headed up there. They had exactly what I was looking for, a Vespa GTV 300ie. Great experience all around and they even delivered the new bike to my door! I highly recommend you check out Seacoast when shopping for your next Italian motorcycle! I believe you will be happy you did!
I can say unequivocally - I've never received better customer service anywhere, ever. I took a ride up to Seacoast because I saw they were an authorized Revit! dealer and I was looking for some quality gear. I ended up staying there for 6 hours. All day. Pat in accessories helped me fit and find a whole gettup of gear. She was pleasant, super helpful, and got me exactly what I needed - and made sure it all fit. Juggling other customers throughout the day she always came back. I must have tried on every glove they stocked. I went in looking for pants, and I came out with a full getup after learning my helmet and jacket were both 2 sizes too big. I highly recommend shopping here over the smaller dealerships in Massachusetts. I didn't buy a bike here but as far as the gear goes... very, very impressed. The gear isn't cheap - but that's because the gear isn't cheap.
The service at Seacoast Sport Cycle is very professional and efficient. I shall return.
I got a great price on the Ducati when I first bought it but every time I bring it into the shop for something basic it always ends up costing a few hundred dollars more than what it was suppose to. Even when they are clearly slow it takes forever to get any basic work done. When it comes to service you are better off at a different dealership.
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