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Motorcycle Jackets in Mesa Az. area?

Hi folks!
Just wondering where I might be able to purchase a Tourmaster M/C jacket in the Mesa/ Phoenix area. I will be going down to Az. sometime around the beginning of Nov and would like to look around and maybe pick up a new jacket. I have been into the Chandler BMW dealer last year, but I wasn't looking for a jacket at that time. Wouldn't mind picking up a pair of riding boots too!
Thanks for all the help!
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Re: Motorcycle Jackets in Mesa Az. area?

You can get motorcycle jackets. Try Cyclegear on Country Club and Southern (Northwest corner)

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www.cyclegear.com

If you want to make sure that they have your size and model, you may want to preorder by calling first.

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Hi folks!
Just wondering where I might be able to purchase a Tourmaster M/C jacket in the Mesa/ Phoenix area. I will be going down to Az. sometime around the beginning of Nov and would like to look around and maybe pick up a new jacket. I have been into the Chandler BMW dealer last year, but I wasn't looking for a jacket at that time. Wouldn't mind picking up a pair of riding boots too!
Thanks for all the help!
Jim.

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Thanks Matt!
Will check out their website and give them a visit when I get down there.
They are not too far away from where we are staying for 3 or 4 months.
Broadway and Sossoman road.
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Re: Motorcycle Jackets in Mesa Az. area?

I also believe the Helmet Harbor on West Guadalupe in Gilbert has them as well. Plus boots and of course helmets. This is their website. www.helmetharbor.com.

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Maybe Victory BMW in Chandler. Last time I was in there they had some aftermarket gear.
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Re: Motorcycle Jackets in Mesa Az. area?

There is a surprisingly healthy quantity of Tourmaster Jackets at Arizona Superbike, which is on Arizona Avenue near Guadalupe (I believe). When I was looking for an Intake jacket, they were the only ones I could find locally who had 10 or 15 in stock, in a size run and different colors.

Victory BMW is does not stock Tourmaster gear, but they do carry BMW Motorrad stuff, as well as some Olympia.

Cycle Gear has mostly house-brands (Frank Thomas, Motoboss), with some Alpinestars and First Gear.

Helmet Harbor is indeed a stocking Tourmaster dealer, and Todd's a good guy who'll help you find what you need.

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Thanks Guys!
I will certainly try both of these places and see what suits my needs. I have a nice leather jacket already however I need a lighter jacket for summer wear and have been looking at the tourmaster transition jackets. Hopefully I'll find something there.
Have a great summer.
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It is Eliot and Arizona (Northeast corner)
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There is a surprisingly healthy quantity of Tourmaster Jackets at Arizona Superbike, which is on Arizona Avenue near Guadalupe (I believe). When I was looking for an Intake jacket, they were the only ones I could find locally who had 10 or 15 in stock, in a size run and different colors.

Victory BMW is does not stock Tourmaster gear, but they do carry BMW Motorrad stuff, as well as some Olympia.

Cycle Gear has mostly house-brands (Frank Thomas, Motoboss), with some Alpinestars and First Gear.

Helmet Harbor is indeed a stocking Tourmaster dealer, and Todd's a good guy who'll help you find what you need.

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