Moore and Sons KTM is a great family shop. Judy & John Moore(s) (Senior and Junior) are knowledgeble folks. Their prices are fair, and everybody in the shop is competent. Tom, the resident mechanic, is a class act. He has done extensive work on my bikes, and it has always been great quality work. John senior is a magician with quick fixes and advice.
The shop has a friendly feel, and I really enjoy going there. Moore and Sons KTM is the second oldest KTM dealer in the US. Moore and Sons is well known for their excellent sales and service. They go to extremes to keep their customers happy.
John and Tom are both long time riders, and their experience has served me well. I would recommend this shop to anyone, anytime.
Joe Mullins runs this shop out of his home. Don't be fooled by small quarters, Joe's work is good. When I need suspension work done to my motorcycles, Joe gets my business every time. He works in a clean fashion, his shop is clean, and he's honest about what needs fixing and what doesn't.
Off-road suspension is a tough thing to calibrate across many brands, but Joe seems to know what I need for the best results. Every time I have gotten my forks and shock back, I have been thrilled with the results. He's quick, too. He almost always delivers the goods a day earlier than we agreed on. I would recommend Faultline Suspension to anyone with a motorcycle, street or dirt.
Don Kelley owns Autoworks and is a good man. His prices are fair, and he is honest. Don's shop is well run, and I have been bringing my car and truck there for the last 6 years. Each time repairs have been needed, he has done an excellent job. He is also a performance shop, and a restoration shop. His guys are skilled and they have just been the best to deal with. I would recommend Autoworks to anyone.
I bring my car and truck here for oil changes, tune-ups, and transmission service. This shop is well-run and orderly. They seem to double check everything and their preices are reasonable. The smog guys are especially talented, and they work quickly. I would recommend this shop to anyone.
This is a great restaurant. The Rack of Lamb can be ordered 2 ways, the Dijon Mustard version is the best. Be sure to have the lettuce wedge salad. Their steaks and duck are great, too. Good wine selection, most from right down the road at local wineries. Good spices in all their dishes, and nice desserts also. It's a bit expensive, but worth it. The building is old and they have a lot of interesting things around.