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Has anybody been to the Harley Dealer in Cebu?  I was curious how it is.

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to_dave007

I've been there..  but just to buy T-shirts for my Harley riding brother and his Filipina wife when they visited January 2018.  Got one for the wife as well, and I might get her something leather as well next time....    The T-shirts were damned expensive.

I guess they had bikes there too

Parking my 4 wheels was a pain at the time.

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SkyMan

They do have a good selection of bikes which surprised me. Yes, if you buy actual HD branded stuff it will cost you. 

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Roadhawg
1 hour ago, to_dave007 said:

I've been there..  but just to buy T-shirts for my Harley riding brother and his Filipina wife when they visited January 2018.  Got one for the wife as well, and I might get her something leather as well next time....    The T-shirts were damned expensive.

I guess they had bikes there too

Parking my 4 wheels was a pain at the time.

The shirts are always expensive

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Dafey

I've been there. Was looking for a V-Rod. (The only Harley I would buy as it is not made by Harley) 

The have a classy showroom and it's a nice place to spend an afternoon looking and chatting with the sales peeps.(one of the only shops in Cebu that they speak 'perfect' english)

However, expect huge import fees and even higher repair fees, when needed. This makes an already overpriced motor even more outrageous. I guess if you have money to burn Harley is a good show piece for your garage but there are very few places in the Philippines to ride cruisers that big.

That being said, their 750 would be a machine that could be utilized in the Phils without tearing the undercarriage apart.

We have a thread with a lot of great options for bikes in the Philippines...

 

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9 hours ago, Dafey said:

I've been there. Was looking for a V-Rod. (The only Harley I would buy as it is not made by Harley) 

I think they discontinued tham last year.

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11 hours ago, Dafey said:

I've been there. Was looking for a V-Rod. (The only Harley I would buy as it is not made by Harley) 

The have a classy showroom and it's a nice place to spend an afternoon looking and chatting with the sales peeps.(one of the only shops in Cebu that they speak 'perfect' english)

However, expect huge import fees and even higher repair fees, when needed. This makes an already overpriced motor even more outrageous. I guess if you have money to burn Harley is a good show piece for your garage but there are very few places in the Philippines to ride cruisers that big.

That being said, their 750 would be a machine that could be utilized in the Phils without tearing the undercarriage apart.

We have a thread with a lot of great options for bikes in the Philippines...

 

Thanks Dafey and come and join us there!

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Roadhawg
14 hours ago, Dafey said:

I've been there. Was looking for a V-Rod. (The only Harley I would buy as it is not made by Harley) 

The have a classy showroom and it's a nice place to spend an afternoon looking and chatting with the sales peeps.(one of the only shops in Cebu that they speak 'perfect' english)

However, expect huge import fees and even higher repair fees, when needed. This makes an already overpriced motor even more outrageous. I guess if you have money to burn Harley is a good show piece for your garage but there are very few places in the Philippines to ride cruisers that big.

That being said, their 750 would be a machine that could be utilized in the Phils without tearing the undercarriage apart.

We have a thread with a lot of great options for bikes in the Philippines...

 

I pretty much wrench my own however I won't be bringing my tools.  Thanks for the info

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Dafey
9 hours ago, Roadhawg said:

I pretty much wrench my own however I won't be bringing my tools.  Thanks for the info

You may want to bring a few basic tools. Hard to find top notch equipment here as most of the tools come from China. My personal opinion is that Chinese steel is not as strong as what you find i US, Japan, Germany so if it's made from steel the Chinese imports are not up to snuff.

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towboat72

Been there several times.Have nice showroom,very nice staff.

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