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Zero Motorcycle Event - Limited Spots Remaining!

We're holding our +Zero Motorcycles kick-off event on Saturday, March 14 from 10am to 5pm at +Piston & Chain in San Francisco. The EuroBistros food truck will also be there from 10am to 3pm selling breakfast and lunch.

Just a few demo ride slots left! Reserve yours now:

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Take a Zero electric motorcycle for a test ride!

Join us for a +Zero Motorcycles event at +Piston & Chain in San Francisco on Saturday, March 14 from 10am to 5pm! The EuroBistros food truck will also be there from 10am to 3pm selling breakfast and lunch.

Demo ride slots are limited -- reserve yours now:

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3 Bikes with Newly Lowered Prices!

Looking to save money a previously owned motorcycle? Check out these three stellar rides with newly reduced prices!

Head over to SF Moto now - these bikes won't be around long at such great prices! 

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Save $250 On All Red Bikes & 20% Off Leather!

Today is the last day of the Valentine's Sale at SF Moto! We're offering $250 off every red motorcycle and scooter in stock. 20% off all leather (In stock only; Leather sale items are an extra 10% off).

View our red bikes here: 

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Calling all of our SF friends - we need your help!!

Please sign this petition to exempt Motorcycles, Scooters, & Mopeds from Residential Parking Permit requirements (having to pay $110 per year for a parking sticker)!!

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We hereby petition SFMTA Sustainable Streets: Parking to recommend to the SFMTA Board of Directors that all motorcycles, scooters, and mopeds be exempted from the SFMTA's Residential Parking Permit Program (RPP program). Currently, two-wheeled vehicles, which take up less space, which use parking unsuitable for cars, and which help reduce overall parking congestion citywide, are required to pay the same $110 per year as an automobile. In the inte...
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If you want to go and take a ride with us...

We'll be holding a +Zero Motorcycles event with +Piston & Chain in San Francisco on Saturday, March 14! More details to come.

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We're Now Open 7 Days a Week!

Starting this Sunday, March 1, SF Moto is officially open every day!!

Visit our store: 
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm

Service department hours:
Monday - Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm

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5 Low Mileage New Arrivals!

Check out these 5 low mileage new arrivals - 2 with less than 100 miles!!

Visit us today to see our entire selection of new and used motorcycles and scooters.

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Ducati Hypermotard 1100 - Price Lowered!

We just reduced the price on this red 2008 Ducati Hypermotard 1100 dual sport bike!

Come on over to SF Moto today to see this red hot ride in person, or go here for more photos and specs:

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Sneak Peek: Ducati 848 EVO Corse SE

This absolutely gorgeous Ducati 848 EVO Corse Special Edition is currently being prepped for our showroom and will hit the SF Moto web site SOON!!

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Going on NOW - Valentine's Sale at SF Moto! 

We're offering $250 off every red motorcycle and scooter in stock. 20% off all leather (In stock only; Leather sale items are an extra 10% off).

Ride over to SF Moto now to enjoy these sweet Valentine's specials!

View our red bikes here: 

#valentinesday2015   #sanfrancisco  
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Here's one more look at how +Zero Motorcycles Police and Security line has grown from its first model year in 2012 through the present, including the addition of the MMX.

Fun Fact: The Zero MMX was the first all-electric bike developed specifically for the U.S. Special Operation Forces.

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275 8th St San Francisco, CA 94103
275 8th StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94103
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Today 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
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"Super friendly, great bikes, quick service, satisfied customer."
"Long story short, SF traffic + scooter = Happier Commute."
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"I recently bought a sweet city-friendly SYM Wolf Classic 150."
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Ted Chen
a month ago
After doing a lot of research, I zero'd in on getting a SYM HD200 Evo scooter. IMO it offers the best price/performance and lowest cost of ownership in its class, and it can keep up with traffic on 101. I quickly discovered that SFMoto is the SYM dealer for the San Francisco area, so that gave me great comfort knowing that I could get my SYM competently serviced there. But I noticed that several Yelp posters wrote some pretty bad reviews on SFMoto's service, and that gave me pause. I did not want to buy a SYM if I could not get it serviced well. So I sent an email to Eric, the founder and owner of SFMoto, inquiring about the poor reviews. Eric was gracious enough to respond to me with an explanation of the actions that he had taken since. Eric's response gave me confidence in SFMoto. I wanted to purchase a used SYM, since I just got my M1. I searched Craigslist for multiple weeks, but found the one that I wanted at an excellent price on SFMoto's online inventory. I visited SFMoto on a weekday and got Matt to help me out, and helpful and friendly he was. Although I had pretty much made up my mind, I wanted to get Matt's expert confirmation on my thoughts. I also took some time looking at the other scooter models that were on display before putting money down. I picked up my scooter the next day. The paperwork process with Maria in Finance went smoothly and was pretty fast. As my scooter was delivered to me at the back of the shop, I noticed the very large number of motorcycles and scooters that were parked outside (perhaps twenty to thirty) waiting to be serviced or to be picked up by their owners after servicing. It hit me on the head, that many, many customers place their faith in SFMoto for servicing. After picking up my scooter, I noticed that there were no license plates, although I did get the registration and title. I only assumed that plates would eventually arrive from DMV via mail. After a few weeks, I still had not received my plates so I contacted Maria in Finance. I learned from her that I should have received plates along with the scooter at the day of pickup. She offered that it must have been SFMoto's mistake and that she would take care of it including paying for any fees. SFMoto did just that, and now I have my plates. Since I purchased my SYM HD200 in around September, I have put on nearly 900 miles. The scooter has run flawlessly. I have taken it onto highways 280 and 101, and it keeps up with traffic moving at over 70 mph. I'm ecstatic that I've been getting over 70 mpg. Riding it is tremendous fun. I have done an oil change myself, which is simple. But I plan to bring it into SFMoto for any major maintenance or repairs. Also, I am now interested in getting a motorcycle. I am keeping an eye on SFMoto's inventory. Thank you SFMoto!
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Michael Incredible
3 months ago
Very bad! We have seen multiple reviews of people having the same issue that we had. I dropped off my running scooter to have a tune up, when I called to pick it up they said it was no longer running and they pushed me hard to approve another hour for them to insect the scooter. An hour to fix a problem they created?? I told them no and that I was coming to pick it up myself. When I got there the scooter was running fine. They are very shady and should be avoided.
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Scott McCabe
5 months ago
I'll bundle my reviews. Part I: I decided to sell my Triumph and buy a scooter. Long story short, SF traffic + scooter = Happier Commute. I put my bike on consignment at SF Moto (this is the 2nd bike I've sold through them). Putting the bike on consignment was easy and stress-less. The breakdown of cost to repair, prep, sell, commission, etc. was clear and I believed I was getting a fair deal. Plus, I didn't have to dick around with strangers interested in buying a bike. I purchased my 2nd Sym HD 200. This is now my 4th purchase with SF Moto. Again, a great experience. Part II: Some yahoo stole my storage box and helmet. I went to SF Moto to replace these items. Again, great service, expert advise. I'll go back to SF Moto for my future purchase "needs". By the way, service department is always excellent, friendly and on time.
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Naveen Ayyagari
5 months ago
The service people here are either immoral or incompetent. I brought my scooter in to tighten a loose rear brake handle. They told me that it might cost $95 for an hour if it took a full hour to diagnose and repair. When I left, I fully expected it to take 15-20min to remove the plastic covering to access the screw to tighten it, I simply didn't have tools/time/motivation to deal with personally.. The only way it took someone more than 30min is if they were incompetent. I have since learned that its even simpler to repair this type of looseness with an allen wrench without removing the the plastic covering at all.. If they were at all competent or experienced they would have known this, if they are experienced then they are immoral for charging me a full hour of work. tl;dr; go elsewhere unless you want to be ripped off.
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Dom DeGuzman
a month ago
Absolutely love SFMoto. I came here as it was widely recommended by all my riding friends and was happy to see that they were the only Bay Area dealership that sold the SYM T2 250i. I had been stalking that bike at SFMoto for a good few months and they have never pressured me into buying or walking away with it until I was fully ready. Everyone on staff was incredibly helpful and knowledgable. One of the sales people was just stellar; she was my height and build and coached me through buying my first bike: what to look for, what to ask, which bikes were most friendly, what to know for people my height and build. Every time I have left SF Moto, I felt more confident about my purchasing choices and eventually bought my first bike from them. SF Moto is also CUDL approved (credit union direct lender) which made purchasing even easier. As I was the last sale of the night and before the weekend, I was impressed by how I did not feel rushed at any point. One of the people from Finance (Eric) even stayed after hours to help me shop insurance prices and another woman stayed later in the evening to give me and a friend a full bike orientation. After I dropped the bike, they were understanding and helped without making me feel stupid for dropping my bike. It was a great experience and I will definitely be an exclusive SF Moto customer for as long as I have my bike and continuously refer all friends in that direction.
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Jeff Teves
a month ago
Ever since I knew about SF Moto, I've always browsed their website to check out their bike selection, until Oct 2014 I found my 2009 Honda CRB600RR Phoenix Edition! The selling and purchasing process was a cake walk and everyone there, including Eric, spoke to me about the purchase and was very helpful. Even the follow up from sales and service, months after I rode home that day, has been on point with everything. Thanks guys for making it a dope experience!
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Jonathan Schoonhoven
4 months ago
Great stock of bikes and gear and staff that will help you out. Used to have a friend that worked here and spent some time hanging out in the garage. They do good work and won't try to screw you over. Especially good helmet selection.
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Gary Adams
8 months ago
Found SF Moto in a local ad here in Sacramento. In reviewing their website, the pictures of the inventory of bikes looked really good to me so I’d figured I visit just to take a look. It was also a great reason to visit the city, and get out of the 108 degree heat that day. The entire staff was very friendly, helpful and extremely knowledgeable. In looking at the inventory in person, I was please to find high quality motorcycles are very reasonable prices. Great selection, no pressure, and just great service by people that enjoy being there and with helping you find the right item. I can't recall having a more positive experience when making a significant purchase. I'll definitely be back to SF Moto because it’s well worth the trip. Major kudos to Tony; for his assistance, time, enthusiasm, knowledge, and referral for a great place to have lunch. I love the bike and it's great to be back riding! Cheers!
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