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Here is a list of some motorcycle sites I have come across in my quest to find quality gear for a good price. I could not find a thread like this so I figure this will help people who are looking for gear. If you have any other sites to add, chime in - or if you have any reveiws on experience of anyone of these sites, please include your input.

some sites are more popular than others, just find the best prices with FREE shipping

Note: some sites will be cheaper than other sites in certain categories, but not all

Bike Bandit
Competition Accessories
Cycle Gear
Knee Draggers
Leather Up
Motorcycle Closeouts
Motorcycle Gear (New Enough)
Motor Helmets
Motowheels (SEE post #11 for possible discount)
Motorcycle Superstore
RevZilla
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC
Riders Discount
Sport Bike Track Gear
 

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I use Motorcycle Superstore and RevZilla the most. Both have a great selection and have reviews on pretty much every product (except the brand new ones). MS sometimes sends coupons after you order something, and RevZilla has a "zillacash" program that you can use as store credit on future purchases. Both offer free shipping if you go over an amount, I think RevZilla's is lower The thing that I like about RevZilla that puts them above the rest is they have video reviews for a wide range of products. It really helps you compare the features, which is nice since you can't try them on, and sometimes the manufacturer's feature lists aren't enough. Both require you to pay for returns unless it's an exchange.

No experience with the others. I think one of the stores in your list doesn't require you to pay for returns.
 

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found a great deal for A* boots on cyclegear.com


anyone have any sites they frequent that they would like to add to the list?

this is to help people to have a good list of sites to compare prices when they are looking for gear/accessories
 

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I've had really good experiences with both Bike Bandit & Motorcycle Superstore. Bike Bandit is especially good about returns, even refunding the original S&H.
 

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i agree with ^
it is easy to return/ get a refund with motorcycle super store -


any other sites that might be worth checking out?
 

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I've had great luck with Rider's Discount. I just wish their website was up to date with the items they sell. I've bought a lot of stuff from them and I don't think any of it was on the webpage.
 

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Motowheels.com - they are the USA distributors for OZ wheels and Dainese everything. They made me a great deal on a suit! Ask for Nick, tell him Adam sent you.
 

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+1 for Motowheels, they are awesome. I bought their rearsets for the 1098, and they were really nice. Also helped me out tracking down an old bolt I was missing once.

I also like Bellissimoto and Shift-Tech Carbon.
 

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Motowheels.com - they are the USA distributors for OZ wheels and Dainese everything. They made me a great deal on a suit! Ask for Nick, tell him Adam sent you.
+1 for Motowheels, they are awesome. I bought their rearsets for the 1098, and they were really nice. Also helped me out tracking down an old bolt I was missing once.

I also like Bellissimoto and Shift-Tech Carbon.
Motowheels.com <--forgot the link
Just found Nick's email;
[email protected]

Tell him Adam sent you and he should hook you up with a forum discount.
 

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Motorcycle Super Store had the cheapest Michelin Pilot Power 2CT Rear Tire at the time I purchased it. And I mistakenly ordered wrong sliders for my bike and there was no hassle exchanging parts. They actually just credited my bank account versus store credit. And the coupons they send doesn't hurt.

I like STG & RevZilla for the video product reviews
 

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As far as gear goes I'm pretty much sworn to Revzilla at this point. Great prices, outstanding customer service--everyone that I've ever interacted with is as knowledgeable and passionate on their end as we are on ours. Even their youtube vids are pretty awesome.

Now I need to find an online store that can help me more with the bike itself--aftermarket parts and such.
 

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Anyone have any good advice for hard parts? I'm going to purchase a full exhaust soon I'm wondering if I should go directly through Yosh or through my dealer......who, uhhhh I'm not 100% about their parts counter.

If there is a good recomendation I'll take it!
 

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STG, Revzilla and Motorcycle Super Store for me. Have had great experiences with all three businesses.
 

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I hear a few complains about the Motorcycle Superstore where people order something that is not a simple 'in the box' item. They ship from the warehouse, so their customer service will be not much of a help if something goes wrong.
 
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