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post #1 of 6 Old Jun 28th, 2011, 10:08 pm Thread Starter
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Thumbs up MototGhost of Phoenix

Paid a visit to this BMW shop today looking for some plugs, tires, normal stuff and was very happy with the way we were treated by the owner and his staff. This is the first "service only" BMW shop I have ever been in. The owner was certainly well informed about the LT and gave us the impression they work on a lot of LT's. They were preparing an LT for a long distance ride for a 73 year old who was getting ready to do two back to back 48 state plus AK in record time. I can't imagine this challenge at that age, but to each his/her own.

Anyway if you're ever in Phoenix and need BMW help, I certainly recommend giving them a call if you need service. Sorry, they won't even to:uch other brands, even tires, but that's their policy so don't stop by on a Yamaha or Harley...

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Exclusive BMW Motorcycle Specialists
21628 N. Central Ave, Suite 1
Phoenix, AZ 85024
www.motoghost.com
602.324.9629

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Yes I agree a very good shop. Omar the owner is a first rate BMW mechanic and has hired very good mechanics and staff.

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MotoGhost is an AWESOME place to have service done. I would recommend this shop. Very professional. The price quoted was very fair. Since they new I was new to the BMW community they shared very good information.


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will be in phoenix on Wednesday to pick up another LT, might stop by there if I have a minute before riding back to NC.

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I've had lots of work done there the last few years when I happened to be in town and needing bike work and will continue to do so in the future. Spot-on about the people there too.

I was never disappointed and the prices are very fair.
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