By: Bob Roger
The Southern California Motorcycling Association produces an annual Best 15 U.S. Roads Challenge. The 15 roads are announced annually as the “collection” for that year, with some being retained from year to year. The entire distance of each road must be traveled between the locations listed for the road. The roads for each [...]
By: Bob Roger
Motorcycle season is heading back into full swing here at Euro Cycles. After a Very hot and Rainy summer, October is here and the weather is clearing up for some great riding.
So to usher in the great weather and help us move some 2012 bikes, we are offering our Free Service promotion again. Stop [...]
Steve Loverage from Tampa, Florida began his six week motorcycle tour through Africa on September 16h. He is a customer here at Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay and has created a blog for everyone to follow along on his journey through Africa to share all of his experiences while on safari.
Steve begins his blog by [...]
In the face of the global sportbike sales slump, boutique Italian motorcycle brand MV Agusta is aiming to revitalize the stagnant middleweight supersport market with its recently released F3. Powered by an ultra-compact 675cc triple-cylinder engine, the F3 ($13,999) is another European take on the best way to arrive from apex to apex.
VISION BECOMES REALITY
We here at GearheadExchange love motorcycles. We love all kinds of motorcycles, but we’re especially fond of sport bikes and Superbikes. For decades that class has been dominated by Japanese and Italian manufacturers, especially on the race track. Honda and Ducati have virtually owned World Superbike, while Suzuki, Yamaha, and Kawasaki have had their fair [...]
Ducati Monster 796 : First Impressions
Being afflicted as so many of us are with a sort of big-bore delirium, the small displacement bikes in Ducati’s lineup mostly occupy this dark, fuzzy space at the edges of my vision. I know they’re there, but I can’t really make out the details past the big, beautiful 1200cc [...]
Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay
8509 Gunn Hwy,
Odessa, FL 33556
Phone: (813) 926-9937
Fax: (813) 926-5660
Email : email@example.com
Our Hours Of Operation are
Tuesday-Friday : 9am to 6pm
Saturday : 8am to 5pm
Closed Sunday and Monday…
We need to Ride too!
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ATTENTION: WE ARE HIRING!
We are currently looking to hire a self-motivated individual to fill a permanent position in our service department.
Typical Job Duties Include:
• Answering the Phone
• Assisting Customers Who Bring Their Motorcycles in for Service
o This involves physically inspecting motorcycles out in the lot.
• Accepting customer payments for completed work.
• Communicating With Technicians Regarding Mechanical Repairs
• Helping to Keep the Shop and Service Department Clean and Tidy
• Filing and Following up on Warranty Claims.
• Assisting the Service Department Manager
• Pushing (Rolling) Motorcycles from One Area to Another
A Good Candidate for the Job:
• Will have excellent customer service skills. If you do not have the ability to go above and beyond to completely satisfy ever customer, this job is not for you.
• Will be a team player and pitch in wherever help is needed.
• Will have a neat and clean-cut appearance
• Must be physically capable of pushing a motorcycle.
• Must be able to stand on their feet for long periods of time and lift up to 30 pounds.
• Must ride and maintain valid motorcycle endorsement.
• Must have clean driving record.
Our schedule is not flexible. You must be able to work Tuesday through Friday from 8:30am to 6:30pm and Saturday from 7:30am to 5:30pm. We expect you to be at work every day, especially Saturday as this is often our busiest day.
Benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and paid time off, are available after completion of a probationary period. Pay will be based on experience.
All interested candidates please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please let us know why you would be a good fit for our company. If you have any motorcycle experience, an interest in motorcycles, or other mechanics, let us know.
If you do not mention motorcycles in either your resume or cover letter, you will not be considered for the position. ... See MoreSee Less
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