yes we try NOT TO BE BIASED but as you can see what we prefer to ride we try to mix it up with some Italians in there too! but theyre all riders owned and we feel like having it in one place makes it easier to drool over.
ohh we have two LE R1's in there. I WANT ONE OF THEM BAD BOYS SOOOOOOOOOO BAD
They are pretty that's for sure!!!, Lots of nice bikes in that shop.
Edit: How did you guys come up with the name of your group?
Lo-Riderz was made by a bunch of guys from Lowell, MA who enjoyed spirited rides, then they made a group, Lo-Riders (Lowell, MA) and after a while, more like after being introduced to track riding, they changed the meaning of the name to GET LOW on the track
so how does one of these shops work??
all ofthese guys work there or they just house their bikes there?
from our other thread - we're starting up on doing a full rental of trackbike to provide would-be track riders a chance to experience the track through and through without having to use their own bikes.
we also do tire changes, basic maintenance, aftermarket parts install, pretty much anything not pertaining to cracking open the engine. we also do storage for winter as it snows, although not as of late, in the northeast.
our aim is to provide top notch quality work without having to pay stealership prices as we hate seeing enthusiast pay out the ass, like 80$ oil changes/150$ tire mount, balance and install, so we help out as much as we can for the riding community.