I don't know any shops in the SFV but if you're ever in the Antelope Valley I know of a great shop, they've taken great care of me and are familiar with all bikes. Rider's Choice, just off the 14 freeway, exit Ave. I. Only an hour from you.
Again Welcome to the 4m!, I know we haven't meet yet, but most of us in SoCal know each other and have met each other and have gone on rides together. Unfortunately we all live some distance from each other.
But to answer your question;
Nobody, I mean nobody touches my bikes, but with that said, I recently had to hire a mechanic. I hired Rudy (rj1) to change out my belt and clutch.
He showed up on time, brought all the special tools that were needed, kept the work area and bike clean, he worked with deliberate caution keeping safety #1. Torqued all the bolts properly.
Bottom Line, I am very happy with Rudy's work.
Send him a PM
Let's get it going SoCal WARRIORS.....
Just bought my Ticket $26 with fee n a Tshirt....
I'm going on Saturday the 23rd....
Alot of new Warrior owners in SoCal.
Would be cool to meet with some of the new members....
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I just recently got my Warrior and I am still going thru registration hassle at local DMV office trying to register a non-CA bike. Such a pain! First I had to come and pay registration. Now having a 1 single day permit that allows me to transport the bike or to use it on CA roads, I gotta bring...
We lost a fellow warrior today. The accident took place in Eureka, Ca. Humboldt County. Not sure if he was a member of the forum or not, but his name is Charles Roybal III, rode a 2002 Warrior. RIP, Brother.
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