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Fulmer Auto Cycle Sales
    1711 Northampton Street, Easton, PA. Phone: 610- 253-4803.
The Lehigh Valley's largest Motorcycle Dealer with over 100 units in stock like Harley's, Crotch Rockets, Cruisers, ATV's, and Scooters. Fulmer also has helmets, accessories, parts, full on site repair shop with AMA Certified Techs and Pennsylvania Motorcycle Inspection station.

Scott Powersports
    1675 Route 309, Coopersburg, PA. Phone: 610-282-4800.
This motorcycle dealer services the Lehigh Valley with motorcycle sales, financing and service for your motorcycle. Scott has Dyno tuning, motorcycle parts, apparel and accessories.

Blocker Enterprises
    497 South 9th. Street, Lehighton, PA. Phone: 610-377-0440.
Yamaha, Kawasaki have been the area's source for motorcycles, ATVs, and snowmobiles. Dealer stocks motorcycle parts, accessories, and apparel for you and your bike.

    303 South 3rd. Street, Coopersburg, PA. Phone: 610-282-9300.
EuroSports offers a large selection of parts and accessories. The showroom features the latest in vehicles. If they do not have it in stock, they can find it for you. They can also assist you with customizing your ride.

R & D Power Sports
    439 Red Hill Drive, Palmerton, PA. Phone: 610-826-2319.
R&D Powersports has won The Suzuki "Cutting Edge" Service Award. This award is given to dealers who achieve the very highest ratings in areas like technical training, shop equipment and facilities, workmanship quality, administration, management and most importantly customer service.

Motorcycle Tips

Finding the Right Motorcycle
    The first question to ask is what bike is right for me. You need to make sure that you get a motorcycle that suits your size, skill level, and type of riding that you will be doing. A first time rider might consider getting a smaller bike, learn the street survival skills, and then move on up. What kind of riding will you be doing? If you will be carving the mountain roads, a performance bike or sport bike may be just what you are looking for. However, if you are going to be stick to boulevard cruising, then a cruiser may be a better choice. There are some bikes, like the Honda NightHawk, that do a pretty good job at both types of riding at a reasonable price.

Bike Knowledge
   Make sure you learn as much as you can about the motorcycle you intend to buy before making the big deal. There are many good magazines and web sites that can give you a wealth of insight into the bike you want. The best insight can be gained by reading about the motorcycle in different cycle magazines. Why different magazines? Because by reading more than one you won't be swayed by only one opinion but will probably end up with some type of consensus on what the bike feels like in a turn, how cushy is the seat, or do the mirrors buzz at highway speeds.

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