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What's your favorite store to buy gear, accessories, mods, tires, etc?

Motorcycle-superstore is where I go usually. Anyone have something better? Cheaper?

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I always use revzilla and ebay for somethings. Ive always had excellent service with revzilla and never had the need to search elsewhere...



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There are some exceptional online performance parts stores in the UK. The three below immediately spring to mind with great product ranges, exceptional customer service and extensive parts knowledge.

www.bandcexpress.co.uk
www.performanceparts-ltd.com
www.calsport.co.uk
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Hear nothing but good things about revzilla.
For me it's who ever has the lower price.


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All my gear I've got from STG, I think I got my tires there too. I use eBay a lot for odds and ends. If I can't find it at STG, revzilla or MSS will do (got my rear stand as a gift from parents from there)
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I like motorcycle superstore since you can get the biggest discounts sometimes with them (like 10% on your 2nd purchase). Also a fan of Revzilla and Sportbiketrackgear. Motomummy seems good too (i ordered for the 1st time and they shipped it out fast!)
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Honestly, I don't like spending money that I don't have to.
The lowest prices I've encountered have been through pm'ing the board supporters/sponsors. They always beat advertised prices.

99.9% of my purchases come from the following places because of prices and service.
Riders Discount
Sportbike Track Gear

I haven't used Motomummy yet but their prices seem competitive.

I've bought a couple things from MotorcycleGear.com and had good service.
I've also used Revzilla with good results.

Once and a while I'll find cheaper prices on Amazon or ebay but it's never been by much.
I'd rather go through a board supporter/sponsor though because if I get a defective part or need to return something odds are it's going to be much easier.

There's also the part about giving feedback. If you have a good transaction you can post it up and give good feedback.
The same goes for bad experiences. You can post about what happened and everybody can see what happened and draw their own conclusions.

With ebay or amazon their systems are skewed to make the advertisers look better so they can sell more parts adding to ebays income.
Both Riders Discount and Sportbike Track Gear are on ebay as well.

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I always use revzilla and ebay for somethings. Ive always had excellent service with revzilla and never had the need to search elsewhere...
I use revzilla for their reviews on youtube, but then buy on ebay as revzilla is in america and shipping to the Uk can be quite expensive
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Revzilla. Awesome return service and I get my [email protected]*t in 2 days. Others, like STG has asked "why" i was returning things, like I had to explain myself in detail. Not cool. I'm an honest shopper and felt like I was being interrogated.
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I google all my soft gear and see which spot has the cheapest after shipping and all that coming from one spot. That way I don't find my gear and save $10 and spend an e ya $40 in shipping from 4 stores. I like getting it all at once and pay for shipping once.

Hard gear eBay or CL I try to stick with site sponcers too to support their support and they usually hook it up for site members


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I also use WickedRacing.com. They're not a site sponsor, but if you call up and ask for Mike, he can usually hook you up.
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depends on what I'm shopping for, but typically for motorcycle stuff I use:

www.sportbiketrackgear.com
www.motomummy.com
www.motorcycle-superstore.com

And since I'm in SD, I'll go to www.cyclegear.com to check for any deals before I go to their shop/store

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Motomummy and STG hands down.
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For me CycleGear is easy to beat.
Good return policy though.

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For me CycleGear is easy to beat.
Good return policy though.
Heck yaa! GREAT return policy, usually no questions asked.

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STG!! Everything ive bought Ive bought from Jason. Great store, great prices, great staff!
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Being in Alaska always have to take shipping and return policies into account (I.e. return shipping).

Amazon is #1. They have a quite a few parts and gear. And not just Yana Skinki (sp). Sometimes have to search by part # though, got my Gilles Frame Sliders, Shoei X12 (they have a Ton of Shoei stuff), etc.... I only buy from them if it is Prime eligible, free shipping or super cheap overnight. And they pay return shipping too.

Second would be Revzilla. Free shipping to Alaska with over a $100.00 purchase, amazing customer service.

Motorsport is good, $24.00 flat rate 2nd day shipping. If I need something fast and amazon does not sell it, this is my go to. They have a live inventory system (STG are you listening?), and just like Amazon when they say it will ship "Today" it does.

Oh and PJParts. Sooooo awesome. I was a little nervous ordering my first time, cause their ordering system is odd. Place the order, and then they personally email you a PayPal invoice. But every time I get a email generally within a hour or so, even on Sunday.
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Revzilla for all my gear.


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Go to ebay... and you can compare prices! you also get the links to the sellers webpages and check all their stock.
I always buy through Ebay.
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Motomummy and STG.

Best of the best. I have dealt with (almost) every other online retailer out there. Dennis Kirk, MSS, Knee Draggers and others I can't remember. MM and STG are by far the best I have ever dealt with.

The only time I will use anybody else is if I need the part NOW and have to get it locally.


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They have a live inventory system (STG are you listening?)
Always listening. Don't worry, I've noticed the multiple times you've brought that up. Not sure at all what specifically happened but I'm all ears if you want to fill me in.
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Being in Alaska always have to take shipping and return policies into account (I.e. return shipping).

Amazon is #1. They have a quite a few parts and gear. And not just Yana Skinki (sp). Sometimes have to search by part # though, got my Gilles Frame Sliders, Shoei X12 (they have a Ton of Shoei stuff), etc.... I only buy from them if it is Prime eligible, free shipping or super cheap overnight. And they pay return shipping too.

Second would be Revzilla. Free shipping to Alaska with over a $100.00 purchase, amazing customer service.

Motorsport is good, $24.00 flat rate 2nd day shipping. If I need something fast and amazon does not sell it, this is my go to. They have a live inventory system (STG are you listening?), and just like Amazon when they say it will ship "Today" it does.

Oh and PJParts. Sooooo awesome. I was a little nervous ordering my first time, cause their ordering system is odd. Place the order, and then they personally email you a PayPal invoice. But every time I get a email generally within a hour or so, even on Sunday.
Some places offer free shipping even to HI and AK :)
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