"This is based purely on my experience. I did not buy a bike here. But I have now visited multiple times, and these guys are pretty great. I went to check out some accessories, and I'm new to the area so I also wanted to see what my new local shop had. The salesmen greeted me when I walked in and didn't pressure me into anything when I checked out their selection. They had a decent variety of models, anything from a Grom to a Busa. They have a back room with 50-80 more bikes so that front showroom is not the end of the road. They didn't have prices shown, and I guess that's a personal decision by the owner, but that would annoy the crap out of me if I was buying. Be sure to go in there with a firm price from the internet or another dealer, but any good shop will let you know how far they can go after you ask. The parts guy was nice, they have a decent apparel selection. I ordered a few things, and he said they would be in only 2 days later, and they were. They have some accessory mounts and headsets so you could probably get everything you need if you're a first timer with a laundry list of wants. It's located in the back of a dead end, so if you buy a bike and then need to practice on it, you can because there is no traffic. All in all, they commented on my bike and everyone was pretty nice and chatty, so if you're in the area I would give them a look."