Adamec Harley-Davidson Jacksonville

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  • 8909 Baymeadows Road

    Jacksonville, FL 32256

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  • 904-493-1931

About Adamec Harley-Davidson Jacksonville

Categories
  • Motorcycle Dealers
  • Used Motorcycle Dealers
  • Harley Davidson
Details
  • Harley Davidson
  • Motorcycle Repair
Hours
M-F 9am-7pm, Sa 9am-6pm, Su 11am-5pm
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I purchased a Harley-Davidson while overseas on deployment. I had it shipped to the Adamec Dealership on Baymeadows RD. I then sunk $4000 of accessories in the bike. One item was a Screaming Eagle Super Tuner and Dyna Tune when I had 500 miles on the bike. When the bike was delivered they handed me a box of parts and that was it. It took me about a year to get 500 miles on the bike due to my military schedule. When I went back for the Dyna Tune they explained for the first time to me that I needed a little black box that went from the bikes ECM to the Dyna Tune machine, (they never gave this little black box to me and it was never explained when I received the bike). The service writer told me that their policy was to give the boxes back and there was nothing they could do for us as per his manager. I asked to speak with the service dept., manager and got voicemail in which I left a few messages (Which the manager never returned). Then I talked with the ""Customer Service Coordinator"" She stated the best they could do was offer me a new tuner for their cost of $299.00, this after I already spent $435 on one when I bought the bike. I then asked for my money back for the Dyna Tune which was $350 and she stated that we did not pay for one! Then she proceeded to tell me there was little she could do because I had not taken the bike in for regular maintenance at the dealership, in effect claiming that we didn't spend enough money there for her to really care about us as a customer. I have asked other dealerships about this situation and they have all said that they would have done the right thing and given me a new Super Tuner. I would suggest anyone wishing to use the Service Dept. at Baymeadows Rd. look elsewhere,

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I purchased a Harley-Davidson while overseas on deployment. I had it shipped to the Adamec Dealership on Baymeadows RD. I then sunk $4000 of accessories in the bike. One item was a Screaming Eagle Super Tuner and Dyna Tune when I had 500 miles on the bike. When the bike was delivered they handed me a box of parts and that was it. It took me about a year to get 500 miles on the bike due to my military schedule. When I went back for the Dyna Tune they explained for the first time to me that I needed a little black box that went from the bikes ECM to the Dyna Tune machine, (they never gave this little black box to me and it was never explained when I received the bike). The service writer told me that their policy was to give the boxes back and there was nothing they could do for us as per his manager. I asked to speak with the service dept., manager and got voicemail in which I left a few messages (Which the manager never returned). Then I talked with the ""Customer Service Coordinator"" She stated the best they could do was offer me a new tuner for their cost of $299.00, this after I already spent $435 on one when I bought the bike. I then asked for my money back for the Dyna Tune which was $350 and she stated that we did not pay for one! Then she proceeded to tell me there was little she could do because I had not taken the bike in for regular maintenance at the dealership, in effect claiming that we didn't spend enough money there for her to really care about us as a customer. I have asked other dealerships about this situation and they have all said that they would have done the right thing and given me a new Super Tuner. I would suggest anyone wishing to use the Service Dept. at Baymeadows Rd. look elsewhere,

Cons: No Customer Service

Message from Adamec Harley-Davidson Jacksonville

Harley-Davidson®, founded in 1903, has enjoyed as rich a history as any one company can have. Harley-Davidson® remains the sole survivor of the American motorcycle industry. In 1931, George Adamec, just 21 years old, started his first dealership in New Jersey with an investment of $500.



Harley-Davidson® motorcycles suffered setbacks over the years, but George and his wife, Julia, stuck it out. They were true believers in the Harley® brand. George ran the shop with his wife at his side. Julia was involved with all aspects of the business. She participated in local women's motorcycle clubs and even won a trophy for riding skills at the 1939 World's Fair in New York.



The Adamec's store grew to be a widely respected dealership. Growth leads to change and, in 1962, George relocated his family and business to North Florida. The best was yet to come.





The Legend Continues...

1962 was the beginning of the second chapter in the Adamec Harley-Davidson® story. George loaded the entire family and business into five semi-trucks and headed to Florida. The new location, on the Northside of Jacksonville, was small, but served them well. In 1973, a new building was constructed on the Eastside of town, the current location of Adamec Harley-Davidson® at Regency. After several relocations on the Westside of Jacksonville, the Blanding Boulevard store opened in 1977. It was moved to a larger location on Roosevelt Boulevard in 1981.





In July of 1998, the location of Adamec Harley-Davidson® of Orange Park was opened. Located near NAS Jacksonville, in Orange Park, the store houses not only a wide selection of new and used Harley® motorcycles, but several historical bikes and memorabilia as well.



And with the continuously growing Harley® community, in October of 2006, the third location of Adamec Harley-Davidson® was opened on Baymeadows Road. Adamec Harley-Davidson® of Jacksonville is a state-of-the-art facility and the largest of the three dealerships. (65,000+ sq.ft.) It features many customer accommodations such as a unique two-story service department and customer lounge.





Mark and Chris Adamec are grandsons of founder George Adamec and the present owners of the stores. They began riding Harley® motorcycles at an age other kids start riding bicycles. Mark and Chris have been actively involved in the dealership for as long as they can remember.



Well, the family tradition goes on...

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