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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-18-2013, 06:45 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone know any shops in or near Chicago? Someone that would do a tune up, change a tire...ect.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-20-2013, 10:47 PM
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Re: Shops in Chicago

Never used either one of these but I met the guys from Cycle Tech at the Chicago motorcycle show. They were really nice and their labor rate seemed fair. There is also Rubber Soul Motorsports in Schaumburg. They are a bazzaz certified installer. Never had work done here either. Lastly, you always have the stealership.

Cycle Tech Inc
5824 S. Harlem Ave
Summit, IL
708-458-6050
[email protected]
Joe LaPorte

Rubber Soul Motorsports
647 Morse Ave
Schaumburg, IL
James Babinski
847-944-8004

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hey man, definitely check out Rubber Soul Motorsports. I've used them quite a few times, both owners are great guys. Very helpful, and most of all, they seem to be cheaper than ANY shop I have called for qoutes on labor. I only use them now, someone on here recommended them to me back in july. good luck!

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I've heard good things about Cycle Tech. I'm not sure where you are exactly, but I was taking my track bike to Joe at Turn One Racing up near Rockford. He was NESBA's (track org) mechanic of choice when they were still operating in the Midwest.

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