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03-03-15 17:35
mistah ARK I have Cycle Gear and Revzilla's clearance pages bookmarked, and I peruse them occasionally. There's some good deals that pop up on really decent gear every once in a while.
03-02-15 14:54
-MaDCoW I have a MotoLiberty close to me, so it makes it easy.
08-07-14 19:05
phatplat I also go revzilla but I would go local if I had a local shop that carried anything. If they have to order it, I can order it myself.
08-07-14 17:49
Staghorn I buy as much as possible on Revzilla... awesome help and awesome return policy if things don't work out quite right
07-30-14 14:28
bluers I made my first gear purchase at STG last Thursday and anxiously waiting for it to arrive. This is the bad part about ordering online...waiting. Hopefully, I don't need to return it.

I also tried to order from Revzilla (shipping might be faster) but they wanted a photo copy of government issued ID and CC because the address provided online did not match what was on file with the CC bank.
07-29-14 15:01
Toothless675 Some things I got locally from Apex Sports in Colorado Springs.

But my jacket and other expensive items I usually purchase from RevZilla.
07-26-14 17:59
Okayjay If I can buy the gear from a local retailer for not much more than online, I would do it. Too bad all the local retailers near me charges everything so high even with "discounts". Revzilla and STG are really great, they have a lot of helpful videos and really quick shipping. Things I ordered from revzilla usually gets to me within a day, I order something one morning and get it the next. Having a warehouse in NV probably helps.
07-09-14 01:54
gurumaster22 For me it's where I can get the best price. Sometimes I get lucky and get a good deal from my local shop. Lately it's been 50/50.

But I'm also one of those guys that loves instant gratification. So if I have to spend $10 more to have it today, I will.
07-08-14 22:22
Foozay I've had nothing but good experience with RidersDiscount and RevZilla.

Both have excellent customer service and are willing to deal with my annoying questions :)


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07-07-14 15:51
specoz Sadly, there are no gear/part stores around my area so I always go online. I've dealt with sportbiketrackgear, motorcyclesuperstore and revzilla. Impressed with all three!
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