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Just got my 2003 GL 1800 back from New England Cycle Works, Gary and Chris were great I had my frame recall done and the work was done very pristine I could not be more pleased with them. I had two new Dunlap e3's installed an oil change and new air filter done at the same time so now I am all set to see spring. It was a nice day yesterday to ride about 43 degrees and my wife and I put a few miles on the new tires, but today we woke up to snow with an expected 6 inches. They say March in like a lion out like a lamb I hope it is true.:excited:
 

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The guys at NECW are pretty good. Ive purchase 3 bikes from them (latest being the GW) and they've always treated me well. Sometimes I like stopping in just to chew the fat. But now I want to go riding, so, c'mon snow, get outta here.
 

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:agree:I purchased my bike from them a couple of weeks ago and found them to be very professional and helpful. The whole transaction was an enjoyable.
 

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:agree:I purchased my bike from them a couple of weeks ago and found them to be very professional and helpful.

Congrats on the new bike. They have your picture on their website.
 

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What town are they located in?
 

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Theyre located in Groton, CT. On the corner of Rte 184 and Buddington Rd.
 

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That's where I bought my wing, wouldn't go anywhere else. They have been around for a long time and take great care of their customers.
 
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