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Studio Cycle Group

Studio Cycle Group

Studio is a KYMCO Canada’s flagship location (review of Adri’s Kymco here). The attractive dealership’s atmosphere itself, as well as the staff, literally tell you to “just come and hang out”. What you’ll find is the KYMCO line-up of scooters, ATVs, and motorcycles, as well as a handful of Japanese super-sports and Harley-Davidsons.

In terms of gear the store carries everything: Arai, Nexo, Ogio, Etnies, Troy Lee, Dragon Alliance, Fullmer, ICON and morex. We’ve picked up lots of gear, and taken advantage of their big time sales.

Inside Studio Cycle GroupBack to the bikes and service, they really know their products, and will follow up with costumers. When Adri couldn’t get an answer immediately, he received a call back the next day. However if they get busy you may need to do a little follow-up yourself.

When another Toronto dealer broke Adri’s topcase lock by trying to brute-force it, Studio replaced the topcase without any issues, despite it not being their fault or even a topcase purchased from their store. When able to, they will go out of their way for their customers.

Hanging around Studio has benefited us with many laughs as well as a brief schooling on things we were wondering about, (airflow, backpressure, and baffles). Dennis and Dave, Porsche and KYMCO experts know their stuff. Don’t hesitate to check out Studio and give the boys a shout. In our opinion the best place to get your Kymco serviced in the GTA.

In Person: 2923 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON M6P 1Z1
Online: http://studiocyclegroup.com
By Phone: (416)766-5300

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