Blue Cat Motorcycle
460 Prior Ave N, Saint Paul, MN 55104
(651) 645-1172Add Hours
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
UPDATE: My 1975 Honda CB360T is running substantially worse after spending close to $1000 at Blue Cat Motorcycle. It shifts worse and doesn't even idol properly in neutral. Stripped oil drain plug, along with a number of repairs that should have been done properly. Now, I am forced to sell this motorcycle at a loss.
The owner of this company (RYAN) is a coward and has not returned my emails or phone call. I would not give this guy a grain of rice, if he needed it to survive............
DO NOT DO ANY BUSINESS HERE.
I will be calling the MN Attorney General's Office and filing a complaint next week. This clown show needs to get shut down ASAP............
I haven't had much time to ride my bike since it was repaired at your shop and took over a month to complete. I can't recommend this place to my worse enemy. I don't know what you did to my bike, but it still runs like sh*t. Just slap a $100 clutch lever and perch on it, some new spark plug caps and the carbs are not sinked and the engine still isn't timed correctly. Then charge me over $800 for the 1/2 assed job.............
Just take my money and be a prick about it.......... Excuses - Excuses - Excuses.
You'd probably best send me a refund.
Just awful. I took my bike to these guys cause no other place had the starter I needed for my '84 CB700 so I just told them to put in a new starter. Then 2 weeks later they finally called me with an estimate for some $3,500! I should've known something was up but I told them just to replace the starter and my helicoil problem that I apparently had (among the list of other things was a new set of tires, which I had just got installed a week before I took it to them, an oil change because the "oil level didn't even register on the dipstick" after I literally just did an oil change, and a bunch of other crap so that they could suck the money out of me).
Anyways, so I paid for the starter and helicoil job and another month later they finally called me back saying they "fixed" it but the bike wasn't running and if I wanted to I could spend another $100 to get it rediagnosed even though they were certain that the top end needed to be rebuilt. So I told them I simply couldn't afford to drop another $2,100 on my bike, I'm a student, and picked up my bike.
One thing I did notice though is that they switched the spark plug wires around were firing at the wrong time