Cycle City Motorsports
15791 Rockfield Blvd Ste K, Irvine, CA 92618
Specialties: Frames, Tools
Went in for a rear tire swap. They had a ton of tires to choose from. Once I picked the tire I wanted they got right to work on it. took about 45 minutes and the staff there was awesome. Really good people. asked them about a couple other things and they were really willing to help out. Cool little shop and everyone seems very willing to help. They do have a nice selection of helmets and gear. Glad I found this spot
06/05/2012Provided by Citysearch -
I always got my bike back with something else wrong with it. AND I got a new battery one week day, and by that weekend,, I had to push it to start it, and trickle charge it when I got home! A NEW battery.
What I noticed on my way out and they were closing shop that weekday evening, was that they had the lights on, on at least two of the bikes sitting to be fixed (to run the battery down? because they didn't notice? why else?). You be the judge.
I started using Metric Method (Only metric bikes, like Honda and Yamaha, but they specialize in racing bikes.
My condolences, Cycle City, but every time i took in my bike, it came back with something else wrong. I brought it in from day one (practically new) and there shouldn't have been as many problems as there have been when you guys worked on it.
02/15/2012Provided by Citysearch -
First off, the people at this shop are awesome, but someone is mandating they lie and rip people off. I went here with my bike, needing some cosmetic repair, nothing serious but the previous owner had crashed it and it needed to be fixed. The original estimate was reasonable-ish, at $1000 to $1200 with most of the labor included in the price. When I came back a week later, much to my dismay they told me that the original estimate was incorrect and it was going to be 3 grand... that's THREE TIMES the original estimate ! So i said hell no. Getting the bike back was an uncomfortable process to say the least but i'm not going to get into that. Next thing I did was ask a second opinion. The second estimate was $2000 - $2100 MAX but note that this estimate had new tires included which the first did not. That was still too much for me so I did it myself. The total repairs cost me $600 and it took me 3 hours to do.... so that can just tell you that they're tacking on a HELL OF A LOT of UNNECESSARY FEES !!!
Here's a synopsis :
Their first estimate - $1000
Final estimate - $3000
Final ACTUAL COST - $600 +/- $100
So, if you don't mind getting ripped off, by all means go to cycle city.
10/29/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I own a 1979, Tenth Anniversary Edition, 750 Honda. The bike's carbs were fouled, fouled badly. I took the bike to Cycle City where they put in such a special effort toward its repair. The technician, Rod, took it as a personal challenge to get the thing running like new. Most shops wont touch a bike this old, and the ones that do are going to charge you a fortune to do the work. I couldn?t be happier with the craftsmanship, the service or the price it cost me.
Now, that being said and in the interest of full disclosure, I know Dan Dreyer and his son. As a matter of fact, I know his whole family. I will tell you this, kinder and trustworthier people you will never meet. My wife and I feel fortunate to consider them all our friends.
I have been a small business owner for twenty years. I?ve learned that customers can be the best part of the day, or they can make your day absolutely miserable...your whole week even. Every business owner tries to give the best experience to the customer as possible. The Dreyer?s are no exception; I know this about them. No one is in business to lose business. When I read a negative review such as the one written by ETOH, I know which type of customer this guy is. I have been f-ing with guys like this for years. It is obvious that his review is untruthful and it is slanderous. To think that the owners of a shop would handle a situation such as he described is ludicrous. To think that Dan Dreyer or his son would handle his specific situation as he described it is simply beyond belief. I can?t speak to his motivation for writing it, but I think the review is untrue.
Cycle City is a reputable shop. The owners of Cycle City are trustworthy, honest, hard working people. They do not deserve reviews like the one posted by this ETOH WHO CAN?T SEEM TO FIND THE CAP LOCK BUTTON ON THE KEYBOARD. Guys like this are around, and regretfully, we all have to deal with them?at least once.
10/28/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I went into Cycle City Saturday a few weeks ago when it happened to be very, very busy. My Suzuki GSX-R stalled around 4:50pm. I called Cycle City because my friend told me it was a great place to take my bike. I spoke to Junior, he said they were closing at 5pm. He actually came and picked me and my bike up. He stayed an hour and a half later by himself helping me. I couldn't get a hold of anyone to come pick me up, so he dropped me off at home in San Juan Capo. The best service I have EVER had. I have told everyone about Cycle City and how great they are!!