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    Bath Road Motorcycles (Bristol)

    Sad news that Bath Road Motorcycles is closing. Used to be a BMW dealer, but had to go independent a few years ago. A bus lane and residents' only parking in the area hasn't helped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seawolf View Post
    Sad news that Bath Road Motorcycles is closing. Used to be a BMW dealer, but had to go independent a few years ago. A bus lane and residents' only parking in the area hasn't helped.

    Bristol Live News Item
    Very sad - been around for a good while.

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    Good dealer ... I bought an R1200RT off them a few years back
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    Yes bought a couple of GSs from them but it’s always been a crap location really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeS View Post
    Yes bought a couple of GSs from them but it’s always been a crap location really.
    Depends where you live, for some of us much better than Dick Lovett out on the M5 !

    Sad to hear another has gone, CW really was a loss to the South Coast. I thought I heard/read Dick Lovett might open a Motorrad at Hungerford, which would suit me as I find Bahnstormer/NOG a bit of a drag.
    Edited because I cannot type

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    Quote Originally Posted by ymfb View Post
    Depends where you live, for some of us much better than Dick Lovett out on the M5 !
    When I said it was in a crap location I was referring to the fact it was on a main road with no parking, I too prefered it being actually in Bristol rather than out near the M5.

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    That's a shame i got my GSA from them.
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