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Memorial Day Discounts at Dillon Brothers MotorSports – We will Be closed Monday

This Memorial Day Monday May 31st 2010 we will be closed but our website will be open 24 hours. Take some time on the couch this weekend and shop from home. He have some big discounts for the weekend on our www.BuyMotorcycleParts.com  - All OEM Honda Parts for Sportbikes, Cruisers, Dirtbikes, Scooters and ATV’s with our online parts diagrams. You can start your shopping if you know your motorcycle part number visit this link.   http://www.partsfish.com/motorcycle_part_search.php

We will be Open on Saturday May 29th 2010 but on Monday May 31st 2010 “Memorial Day” We will be closed. From all of us at Dillon Brothers We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday.

If you are looking for a New Motorcycles or Used Motorcycle or looking to order parts, you are welcome to visit our www.BuyMotorcycleParts.com website for this weekend’s sale on all OEM Motorcycle Parts, Motorcycle Accessories, ATV Parts and Accessries and much more. Click here to view our online parts diagrams for Honda Parts, Kawasaki Parts, Suzuki Parts and Yamaha Parts for Motorcycles, Scooters and ATV’s

Kawasaki Ninja Motorcycle Parts sale

Ninja parts

All Ninja Motorcycles zx6r zx7r zx9r zx1100 zx12r zx14 parts are on sale right now up to 30% off. All Kawasaki parts include Cowing Bodywork, Hardware, Seats, Sprockets, Tires, Chains, Oil & Filters and many many more. Shop at Dillon Brothers Motorsports and save big. There are other items such as apparel, accessories, and manuals. You can shop on our online website that lists all of your Kawasaki Motorcycle and ATV Parts  needs or call us at 1-800-964-1882

VINTAGE JAPANESE MOTORCYCLES Club

We here at Dillon Brothers Honda Kawasaki Suzuki Yamaha enjoy what we do and several of us here own vintage motorcycles and know that there are allot of others out there that also own these vehicles. We all know that it can be tough to find parts for older vehicles so allot of the time we rely on each other to track down some of these older parts that are no longer available.

So when the manufacturer no longer makes the parts where do you go to find the parts? There are a few aftermarket solutions for these vintage motorcycles that we can ship to our customers, with vintage parts we don’t list most of them online so we have a dedicated toll free line1-800-964-1882 for our national Motorcycle parts and ATV parts sales staff that has more than 15 years of experience. We love motorcycles as much as anyone else that rides. Also look at their impressive list of famous members.
Visit our Retail Store Website at www.dillon-brothers.com
To order Motorcycle parts apparel and Accessories online visit www.cyclespecials.com
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Recently we were made aware of a website dedicated to Vintage Japanese Motorcycles. They are the “Vintage Japanese Motorcycles Club” and they welcome everyone with an interest to join. The following is directly from their about us page at http://vjmc.org
Make sure when visiting their website to let them know that we referred you to them.

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Founded in 1977, the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club (VJMC) is the premier worldwide club dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of vintage Japanese motorcycles (20 years old or older) and the promotion of the sport of motorcycling. The VJMC is a NOT-FOR-PROFIT IRS reregistered 501 C (7) group. Because we are a 501 C (7) Club, all contributions to the VJMC are deductible to the full extent allowed by law. The VJMC has affiliated branches all over the world. The North American branch has over 2,700 enthusiastic and dedicated US and Canadian members. Regardless of where we are located though, members share the same love of old Japanese bikes – street or dirt – and welcome those of you who share our interests to join us. Annual membership is only $30.00 USD.

The VJMC publishes a bi-monthly magazine dedicated to vintage motorcycling. This publication <MORE>