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Old 22-03-2014, 16:08   #1
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Motorcyle Servicing

Hi, can anybody recommend a garage that services/repairs motorcycles at a fair price? I know theres Keith Dixon and Clarkes, but are they reasonably priced? Getting a Bike on Monday, so would like to be prepared. Cheers
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Old 22-03-2014, 21:15   #2
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There's also Jennings in Oswaldtwistle.
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Old 23-03-2014, 13:16   #3
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stick with dixons, your first service is free anyway cause you bought the bike from them, they are also yamaha specialists and will do the work properly
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Clarkes on Burnley Road
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Old 23-03-2014, 16:46   #5
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stick with dixons, your first service is free anyway cause you bought the bike from them, they are also yamaha specialists and will do the work properly
I second that .

I was with Dixons for many years and was always satisfied with them .
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Old 24-03-2014, 20:19   #6
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A few I know go to Thorncraft Whalley Road Blackburn.
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Old 24-03-2014, 23:59   #7
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Hi, can anybody recommend a garage that services/repairs motorcycles at a fair price? I know theres Keith Dixon and Clarkes, but are they reasonably priced? Getting a Bike on Monday, so would like to be prepared. Cheers
What kinda yammahammer are you getting? Crotch rocket or something more sedate?

I have a '78 650 chopped down ... replaced the soft tail with a hard tail ... solo seat ... and I'm going to put forward controls on it. It's stored for the winter; so, I don't have a pic. And winter here might hang around till June

Here's a before pic.


Sorry about the wander, but I have a passion for bikes.
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Old 25-03-2014, 08:17   #8
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I used Jennings in ossy last year and they were fine. I'd use them again without thought for mine
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Old 26-03-2014, 17:22   #9
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What kinda yammahammer are you getting? Crotch rocket or something more sedate?

I have a '78 650 chopped down ... replaced the soft tail with a hard tail ... solo seat ... and I'm going to put forward controls on it. It's stored for the winter; so, I don't have a pic. And winter here might hang around till June

Here's a before pic.


Sorry about the wander, but I have a passion for bikes.
It's just an 'ickle YBR 125, my first bike. It's cheap and reliable. It was either this, or a Honda CG125, but ultimately I just preferred the look of the Yamaha.

Thanks for the suggestions, I will just use Dixons tbh
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