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    Idaho is Aprilialess

    Moto Tech in Boise let Aprilia and Moto Guzzi go.Big Twin was the Aprilia dealership before Moto tech.So once again we are without a dealer in the state.

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    Same deal in the northeast man. RI has one "dealer" but they dont have any bikes in stock, and I certainly wouldnt trust them to work on mine since they never even see them. I dont think MA or the surrounding states have much else either. stinks.
    It is my first twin, and I'm never going back.

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    I can say that it was not such a bad deal. Actually, it was good.

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    Damn, and Idaho is actually on my personal top 2 list for places to live in the USA. Isn't there a dealer near Cor d'Lane (spelling most likely)? I though I saw one like two years ago while driving though Spokane to Missoula where I have family?
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    Beaudry Motorsports was the dealer in Idaho... I think? They were MV Agusta too. Never been there but I believe they're gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micah / AF1 Racing View Post
    Damn, and Idaho is actually on my personal top 2 list for places to live in the USA. Isn't there a dealer near Cor d'Lane (spelling most likely)? I though I saw one like two years ago while driving though Spokane to Missoula where I have family?
    Coeur d'Alene is practically a suburb of Spokane, only about 30 miles on the interstate between them, and not a lot of traffic. And Missoula is awesome, being a great launching pad for runs through the Lolo Pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAndrewG View Post
    Beaudry Motorsports was the dealer in Idaho... I think? They were MV Agusta too. Never been there but I believe they're gone.
    Yes they are gone.

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    There was one in Idaho falls, But it dropped the line about 2 years ago.
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    Yes, Beaudrey's is gone (Cd'A dealership), they weren't worth a damn anyway. Never made it to Moto Tech. Sorry to hear they're out as well.

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    I know the feeling, nothing in Utah either. I did just take my Shiv to Las Vegas Motorcycle rentals to have the 12,000 service done, these guys were great. dropped the bike off in the morning, was done by 5. Fabian and Steve at the desk were great for scheduling and Irish Mike did a hell of a job on the bike. i could have talked to Mike for hours on racing , but had to go. i highly recommend these guys if you are in the area. Thanks guys, bike runs great.

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    This is why we have AF1

    But it is annoying not having anyone local in Idaho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 208RS50 View Post
    This is why we have AF1

    But it is annoying not having anyone local in Idaho.
    I was planning on buying the V4 Tuono this year but now it is a 400 mile one way trip just to see one.It's all moot now as my job also went bye bye the end of March.At 59 and not being able to do in the field work pickings are slim.I'll be lucky to keep the Falco. Where are you at in Idaho?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 208RS50 View Post
    This is why we have AF1
    Living in Austin rocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gem STate ST View Post
    I was planning on buying the V4 Tuono this year but now it is a 400 mile one way trip just to see one.It's all moot now as my job also went bye bye the end of March.At 59 and not being able to do in the field work pickings are slim.I'll be lucky to keep the Falco. Where are you at in Idaho?
    Sorry to hear, thats rough. Im in boise. My brother currently has an rs50. Ill be buying a bike this summer.

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    There's only one in Oregon now. Moto Corsa carried the Aprilia line for awhile (barely though), and now just roll w/ ducati and MV.

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