Whether you are a fan of the show or not (and I hope you are), this is a nice side trip. You will see projects from the show (which change, apparently...hmmm...seems like an excuse for multiple trips). You can purchase souvenirs for yourself, as bragging rights, or to take to a fan (I think you can do that on-line, also, if you just can't make it to Count's). More importantly to me, you can see for yourself that the staff is just as nice in person as you imagined they might be. It's a really nice group of people. That's my lasting impression. Maybe, as happened on my visit, a member of the cast will come out to interact with visitors. Thanks, Roli. There is no admission fee, and there is no parking fee. The lot is small, and I hope you have GPS for finding it, but there should be a staff member directing traffic. There are more buildings than is apparent from watching the show, and a larger staff. Explains how it all gets done. The place has its own fabrication shop, for example. Have fun.
Today I was blown away by the refreshing attitude of the staff at this business.I was out looking at motorcycles that have ABS, and Victory is one of them. To be honest, when I walked in the door, I was going to do a look and run. I was warmly welcomed, all questions answered, and when they did not know, they did not make up the answer, they asked each other. . . God,imagine that. When I told the sales person that I did not intend to buy, he did not pressure me. . . Even after I declined to give them my contact information, the attitude did not change. I do not know if I will buy a Victory yet, but if I do, it will be from these guys!
Our store is a great place to buy scooters.We were in the business for many years.Jamiewood is just a compitition.He is trying to get people to stop buying here, so dont listen to his review.When he came to our store he started taking out parts from our scooters so we asked him to leave the store.