- Moto Primo, Lakeville
- Leo's South, Lakeville
- Harley-Davidson, Lakeville
- Hitching Post, Hopkins, Fridley
My second favorite is the Hopkins Hitching Post. The first time I went in, I was greeted by one of the finance guys who rides but doesn't actually know much about bikes. He was honest about it to. He congratulated me for taking the Motorcycle Safety Foundation class and pointed me in the direction of a couple bikes I might be interested in based on our quick conversation. Most of the bikes had a price and little description. I didn't feel as comfortable but still a quality experience.
The Fridley Hitching Post was great too. The greeter guy wasn't all that pleasent. However, the salesman I talked to gave awesome advice and helped pick out about 5 bikes that would meet my liking. The sales floor is great too. Plenty of room to walk and be comfortable on the bikes.
The Harley dealer seemed snobby. No one talked to me, even though the had a receptionist. No bikes had prices or descriptions. I only stayed for a couple of minutes. Leo's South was the same way.
So there, that's my two cents about some of the motorcyle dealers in the metro. Take it or leave, but I see you at Moto Primo.