Bought my 2011 F650GS bike from Magic City.
This is probably off topic, but anyway...I bought my F650GS from them. No, they will not get any type of award for altruism, but they dealt reasonably with us. The real problem is their back office folks. Took me 60+ days to get my tags, and that was with a lot of begging, pleading, and threatening. I even asked their owner to give me a call and he blew me off. Additionally, their finance guy piled a bunch of charges on us, which I had to make him take off, and tried to charge a higher interest rate.
Recently, I was in the market for a Ducati (which they sell as well) and they lost that deal because I went somewhere else instead of dealing with them. It's too bad, because their sales staff is great. Still waiting to see what it's like when I take my bike in for service :-/ I'm hoping that goes well.
Orlando Magic City Cycles
[QUOTE=Visian;724408]come on up to [URL="http://www.bmwmcoa.com/"]BMW Motorcycles of Atlanta[/URL]. They have a great reputation for quality work and treating people right.
I have had good luck with Corey and Magic City Cycles.
My old '00 and now '09 LT have both been serviced there.
Corey has gone to bat for me twice, once with Dunlop and another time with BMW for a cracked fairing part and both time the results have been in my favor.
I recently had the 24K done on my LT and went on a 1500 mile trip the following day and all was well.
so I would give Magic City Cycles a :thumb
I have also been to BMW Motorcycles of Atlanta for an on the road tire change and they have a GREAT store and repair shop for the time I was there.
I would go to BMW Motorcycles of Atlanta gain if I had the chance.
Oh and a plus for BMW Motorcycles of Atlanta was that the owners are there and in the shop... I have no clue who the owners of Orlando Magic City Cycles are...
so sorry about the Magic City Cycle problems
Although I do most of the simple stuff on the LT myself, I do trust Corey and the guys there..
I have spent a few minutes in the shop speaking with each technician who was working on my bike and stayed out of their way, but respectfully asked questions and observed when I could.
I recently purchased another 09 K1200lt from a person who got the bike from Magic City new and had Corey "replace" the factory suspension, side and center stands. ( the original owner was a bozo and had the bike lowered and I did not like the ride of the lowered bike).
With all this being said I still like and trust the Magic City Cycle guys and would trust them to do the harder work that I cannot do or do not feel comfortable doing.
I still give Corey and the service department :thumb:thumb
Tom can bring them back from the dead!
I've known and ridden with Tom High for about 20 years, and I know he knows how to bring bikes back from the dead. He blew up in KY on the way to the DuQuoin National Rally, way back in the past century. Got a good HD owner from KY to take him and his bike to DuQuoin IL. He sat down under a pitiful shade tree and did a engine transplant in the middle of the national rally. BMW of St. Louis found a spare airhead engine, and he used his tools and a few borrowed ones and rebuilt his bike. We rode back to NC after the rally, and he rode back to FL. That bike "Gretchen"(and that engine) is still running. He knows his BMW's, especially the airheads. A good mechanic, and a good friend.:thumb