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I probably should have posted this within a regional N.E., forum. However I felt it would have gotten more visibility here.

I’m needing some TLC for a Ducati and I was considering connecting with Sea Coast Sport Cycle in N.H., for some work beyond by my playlist.

Has one here worked with them, and would recommend them?
Thanks guys.
 

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Used to work there... top notch!! Wouldn’t recommend anyone else in the NE area


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I agree with giving @ducvet a shot if he's within your geographical range. We should be giving back to those that give to us. He's a very helpful and knowledgeable member and a great asset to the Ducati community.
ducvet is a great super mechanic that knows how to actually fix things, not just replace, very detailed and knowledgeable and always learning - which I appreciate even more!
Eric helped me personally tremendously and I would recommend him anytime.
 

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I'll only shop at Seacoast going forward. (OK and Max BMW, they're awesome too but only sell BMW). I bought 3 bikes new in Beverly with varying degrees of satisfaction, and just bought my first bike (Tuono) at Seacoast from Jason. Total professionals and I've heard only good things about the service dept as well.
 

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Another vote for seacoast if you are looking for a dealership.

Clubhouse motorsports is closed for the time being (ducvet) so for the time I am not an option.
Sense you are still closed at the moment, I would also recommend only Seacoast NH, their service and business model should be an example to all dealerships.
 

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I've had my Moto Guzzi Stelvio serviced there for warranty issues in the past. I bought the bike there also, FWIW.

Great service, BTW. And also note that they can schedule to pick up your bike from your house in their Sprinter Van. It's set up to carry 4 bikes. Minimal pick-up and drop off fee. I'm guessing it's like $30 one way (it was $20 each way when I used this service, not too many years ago!).

It saves you from riding/trailering it up there and back and losing a day or 2 vaca from work. Or bothering someone to ride you up there to ride your bike there, and same when you pick it up.

IIRC, the van goes all the way to NYC when it's scheduled...
 

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I've had my Moto Guzzi Stelvio serviced there for warranty issues in the past. I bought the bike there also, FWIW.

Great service, BTW. And also note that they can schedule to pick up your bike from your house in their Sprinter Van. It's set up to carry 4 bikes. Minimal pick-up and drop off fee. I'm guessing it's like $30 one way (it was $20 each way when I used this service, not too many years ago!).

It saves you from riding/trailering it up there and back and losing a day or 2 vaca from work. Or bothering someone to ride you up there to ride your bike there, and same when you pick it up.

IIRC, the van goes all the way to NYC when it's scheduled...

$50, each way, and it's still a bargain.

I can't take an Uber from Boston to Derry, NH for $50.
 
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