Showing posts with label What's New?. Show all posts
Showing posts with label What's New?. Show all posts

Friday, July 1, 2011

New Dainese Gear in Stock!


Now on the shelf, a variety of new pieces from Dainese!

We now have a full size run of Dainese Mesh jackets, as well as the SF and Cage leather jackets. We've also gotten more sizes in perfed leather jackets. Some more new items are the Aaron textile jacket, which is perfect for the commuter who wants incognito protection, and Alien leather pants. We also have a couple new styles of boots from Dainese.

Come in and see why many discriminating riders regard Dainese as the finest riding apparel manufacturer in the world!

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Tiger 800 Review

Lone Star Cycle out of Austin, TX has a nice review up (with plenty of photos!) of their recent experiences riding the the Tiger 800 and 800XC at the Triumph Dealer meeting a few weeks ago in Arizona.

Friday, December 31, 2010

Moto Guzzi $0 Down, 6.99% Financing for up to 60 months


Ready to hit the road? Let Moto Guzzi USA help you get there.

It's time to ride! Moto Guzzi USA is now offering a fantastic financing deal on all Moto Guzzi models. Purchase a new or used Moto Guzzi motorcycle with zero down payment and get rates as low as 6.99% for up to 60 months. Hurry down to your dealer and get riding!


*Retail Financing offered through FreedomRoad Financing, zero down payment, 6.99% for up to 60 months for well qualified applicants only. Rates based upon approval, not all customers qualify, some applicants will receive approval at a higher rate and require a down payment. Please see dealer for details.
  
* Promotion is subject to change without notice.

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Gerbings New Microwire Heated Socks Here Now!



The UPS guy just dropped a box of these off, and they look like a big improvement over Gerbings previous foot-warming technologies.

Gerbing’s Microwire® Sock Liners to wrap snugly around each foot, and deliver even heat to the tops as well as the bottoms. And the socks are cut specifically for left/right feet for a perfect fit and better warmth. Made from a lightweight, wicking, four-way stretch material, the new Sock Liners feature Gerbing’s patented Microwire ® Heat Technology for the kind of smooth, soothing heat only Gerbing’s can deliver. And these new Sock Liners sport a special long cut that pulls up over your calf, making them ideal regardless how tall your boots are.

FEATURES
Gerbing’s Heated Sock Liners. They’ll help your feet defeat the cold.
  • Gerbing's socks are made from a lightweight, wicking, four-way stretch material
  • The socks are heated on the bottom and top of the sock concentrating heat toward the toes which adds extra heat where it is needed most
  • Extended height to cover the calf
  • Wide elastic band for extra comfort
  • Sock design is specific to left and right for a better fit
  • AWM round power cable maximizes comfort
  • Hand-washable anti-bacterial-treated material
  • Patented Microwire ® heating technology
  • Lifetime Warranty on the sock liners' Microwire ® heating technology
SPECIFICATIONS
Heat: Microwire®
Source: 12-volts DC
Current: 1.4amps/pair
Watts: 17
Surface Temp: 135° F ±5° at 32° F

Price: $89.95

Need a pair?
Give us a call at 203-544-7900.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Triumph Sprint GT Video



Rainy day, so I'm digging up more Sprint GT goodies...

Motorcyclist Review of the Sprint GT

Interesting writeup of the Sprint GT in the September issue of Motorcyclist magazine:

With the disappearance of Ducati's STs and the increasing popularity of bigger, bulkier sport-tourers like the BMW K1300GT, Kawasaki Concours14 and Yamaha FJR1300, the Sprint GT is essentially in a class of one. It's slimmer, sleeker and sportier than any of the above, yet still capable of knocking out an Iron Butt if the mood strikes. And there's no denying that it's an incredible value. At just $13,199 including ABS, hard bags, a centerstand and other usually optional equipment that would add thousands to already-more-expensive bikes, Triumph's Sprint GT is Bond's bike at a bricklayer's price.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Triumph Sprint GT Unveiling Event

We will be participating in Triumph's world-wide unveiling of the new Sprint GT on Friday, October 8th and having demo rides the next day Saturday, October 9th.

This new model has some incredible touring features that can be most appreciated through first-hand riding experience. Therefore Triumph is linking the unveiling of this bike worldwide to demo rides the next day. Customers will be able to make their first impression of this new motorcycle from the open road.


Five years after Triumph introduced the popular 1,050 cubic-centimeter Sprint ST sports touring bike, the British marque has introduced a new model with greater practicality and more emphasis on the 'touring' aspect of 'sports touring': the Triumph Sprint GT.

As you would expect from a British machine wearing the famous Grand Tourer tag, the Sprint GT delivers outstanding real world performance in a practical and stylish package. But this should not be construed that the Sprint GT has lost the sporting edge that made the Sprint ST one of the most popular and enduring bikes in the Triumph range.

Of course, practicality is the GT's hallmark. The bike also features new 31 liter panniers, standard ABS brakes, a 200-mile fuel range, an optional top box that is capable of accommodating two full-sized helmets, and a 12 volt power supply that allows 'on the go' charging of electrical items such as laptops and mobile phones.

The result is a motorcycle with a different feel to the Sprint ST, biased more towards the 'touring' side of sports touring than the Sprint ST's 'sports' - a composed machine with precise and intuitive handling to keep up with sports bikes on demanding roads, but equally delivering the comfort required for a long two-up ride cross-country.
 
The 2011 Sprint GT is a culmination of ongoing customer feedback about what they want in a touring machine, including: 

  • 130bhp / 80ft. lb. version of Triumph’s iconic 1050cc triple 
  • A new exhaust system that lowers the center of gravity 
  • Anti-lock braking system as standard 
  • 31 liter hard bags and an optional top box capable of accommodating two full sized helmets and offering a 12 volt power supply. 
  • Under seat storage and built in rack with a well appointed grab rail 
  • 5.28 US Gallon fuel tank allowing 200 miles between fill-ups 
  • At $13,199 (USD) MSRP, the Sprint GT offers real-world performance at a price other sport tourers can’t come close to.

Priced at $13,199, the Sprint GT will be available in US dealerships this fall as early release 2011 models.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Hot Vespa Summer - Turning Up the Heat (GTS/GTV promotion)!

Purchase a 2009 or earlier model Vespa GTS 250 or GTS 250 Super and receive $1,000 off MSRP.
Purchase a 2009 or earlier model Vespa GTV 250 and receive $1,200 off MSRP.
  
Program Period: August 2nd thru October 31st, 2010
Eligible Scooters: All new & unused 2009 and earlier model year Vespa GTS 250, GTS 250 Super, and GTV 250 scooters.

$500 Hot Vespa Summer!


$500 off 2008, 2009, 2010 Vespa 150's
$400 off 2008, 2009, 2010 Vespa LX 50
 
To celebrate the Summer Vespa is rolling out a special offer on its most popular models...the Vespa 150's and the classic LX 50.

This is a great deal on Vespa's most popular models. We currently have LX 150s in Red, Black, Midnight Blue, and Pink which qualify for this promotion. We have a Red Vespa S 150 which qualifies, and a Pink LX 50 which would get the $400 rebate.

From July 15, 2010 through September 15, 2010 customers purchasing a new and unused 2008, 2009 or 2010 carbureted Vespa S 150, Vespa LX 150 or Vespa LXV 150 motor scooter at participating dealerships will receive a $500 discount off the stated MSRP.
Customers purchasing a 2008, 2009, 2010 two-valve engine LX 50 will receive a $400 discount off the stated MSRP.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Announcing Royal Enfield Demo Ride Night 8/18/2010

Wednesday August 18th 5pm to 8pm 

Royal Enfield Demo Ride at Branchville Motors
With Ron Greene, Vice President Royal Enfield USA

Join us for a great evening exploring the World’s Oldest Motorcycle Brand. Starting at Five we will have free hamburgers and hotdogs and a short presentation by Royal Enfield USA Vice President Ron Greene discussing the past present and future of Royal Enfield.

After this there will be group demo rides, so that you will get a chance to experience Enfield’s new totally revised Unit-Construction Engine for yourself. Demo Bikes will include a C5 Military, two G5s and two C5s. One of these bikes will have a lowering kit installed, and two will have performance exhausts.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

New Dainese Gear: Part 2




We have just received more of our annual Dainese order, and there are some gorgeous new pieces of kit on our shelves.
Seen above is the Bonneville D-Dry jacket. It is a waterproof textile jacket with a removable thermal liner, and a unique look that would be right at home on any modern bike with a heavy vintage influence. Whether you ride a Triumph "Modern Classic", a Guzzi V7, or even an Italian scooter, this is a unique jacket that will protect you from the road and the weather, while still maintaining impeccable style.


The Air-2 jacket is Very similar in styling to the Bonneville, but as the name suggests, has large panels of ballistic mesh. This is hands down, the nicest looking mesh riding jacket we have seen.
The Full Metal Pro glove is the update to Dainese's Full Metal glove. This glove features top of the line materials such as titanium, carbon fiber, and Kevlar and integrates input by Dainese factory riders like Valentino Rossi. It is quite simply the finest road-race glove in the world.
Of course not everybody needs a world class racing glove every time they hop on their bike. For more mundane riding, we now have the M19 glove from Dainese. This understated glove offers the quality of manufacture and protection you expect from Dainese, in a format perfect for commuting to the office.

We also have renewed our stock of strap-on back protectors, and due to popular demand, have stock a supply of Wave 1 protectors for slipping in the back-protector pocket of many Dainese jackets.

Come on in and see for yourself, just how nice these pieces are.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

New Dainese Gear In Stock

Just in time for warmer weather, the Dainese Air Pelle, micro-perfed leather jacket, and Tulua riding shoe are now on the shelves.

Come in and check them out in person.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Royal Enfield Returns to Branchville Motors

If the 60's and 70's styling of Triumph's modern classics are not retro enough to satisfy your Brit-bike nostalgia, our new Royal Enfields should fit the bill.
While the body and frame harken back to Enfield's glory days in the 50's, the engine is an entirely new design, incorporating fuel injection and other modern updates, while retaining the looks of a classic British single.
The C5 Bullet Classic (seen above) is certainly not the beast for highway adventures at extra-legal speeds. If that's the kind of riding you are interested in, this is not the bike for you. But for leisurely putts through backroad twisties, you just might be surprised how much fun you can squeeze out of the 27.5hp,  499cc engine.

For a more in depth  review of the 2010 Enfields, with the new unit design engine, check out this post from AutoBlog:
The Enfield feels very mechanical, and planting one one in your garage is likely to lead to more of a relationship with the motorcycle than actual ownership. In the two weeks we spent with the G5, we seemingly learned what the bike likes and we were more than happy to oblige by altering our riding style appropriately.

Paradoxically, slowing things down a couple of notches actually made the bike seem faster and more robust. The old saying that it's more fun to ride a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow may never be more apt than with the 2010-and-newer Enfield. When ridden at 7/10s, everything falls into line – the deft handling could be described as flickable, the acceleration is relaxed, but completely acceptable, and the braking performance is admirable. Listening to the beat of the single lung directly below becomes soothing and the vibration you feel through the footpegs becomes little more than a reminder that you are riding a motorcycle. A real motorcycle. It has a reason for being. And you actually have a desire to ride the Enfield within its limits, not because it can't push its boundaries, but rather because it is simply better not to.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

2010 Triumph Street Triple R Phantom Black

We just rolled a new 2010 Triumph Street Triple R onto the sales floor, that is one of the sweetest looking Street Triples we have seen. This one is Phantom Black, with gold painted details, and awesome gold wheels.
The picture above really does not capture the full impact of the gold trim on this motorcycle, the best way to get a real appreciation for this paint scheme is to come in and check out for yourself!

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

2010 Moto Guzzi Griso 8V

 
It seems like Winter will never end, and if you are getting a severe case of cabin fever, you should come in and see what's new at the shop.
Like the 2010 Moto Guzzi Griso 8V we just rolled on to the sales floor. It is a gorgeous beast, perfect for fueling snow-day day-dreams...

Friday, January 15, 2010

Vespa 300 Reviewed in Cycle World


Cycle World has a "first-ride" review of the new Vespa Super 300 up. The reviewer seems pretty impressed, and echoes what we have experienced in test rides, and heard from happy owners: The 300 goes!

A 3mm larger bore accompanied by a 3mm longer stroke bumps displacement from 244cc to 278cc. While claimed peak torque is only slightly higher (16.5 foot-pounds versus 14.9), it comes at 5000 rpm as opposed to 6500 for the 250.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Moto Guzzi V7 Classic Video Review

Those of you who have been paying attention, have probably noticed that the V& Classic has been receiving a lot of positive reviews in the motorcycle press.
I thought this video review did a particularly good job of hitting the high points of this beautiful bike.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Introducing the Triumph Rocket III Roadster

We are still waiting on pricing and ship dates on Triumph's new Rocket III Roadster, but here is a nice introductory video on the beast:

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Owner's Review of the V7 Classic

This is a nice two part review from an owner of a Moto Guzzi  V7 Classic.

Danilo Gurovich sings the V7's praises throughout the review, but I thought this paragraph really summed up the bike nicely:

After 800 miles, I can tell you that the V7 has no shortcomings for me.  It holds its own on the freeways with ease.  It handles the hideous street conditions in Chicago like a Hummer.  It gets awesome mileage.  It’s completely and totally comfortable, easy to ride for a beginner and for more advanced riders it rewards with a lightness, agility and very healthy torque curve. It makes you look cool without being threatening or looking like you’re compensating for something.  It says “I have everything I need”, not “I can have anything I want”.

Check it out:
Part One here
Part Two here

Black V7 Classic Now in Stock!


We just uncrated our first black V7 Classic today, and man! It is sure a looker!