Where are the Motorcycle stores in Taipei?

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Where are the Motorcycle stores in Taipei?

Postby oldboy » 03 Jun 2011, 19:24

Hello all,

I am from Singapore and I will be visiting Taipei for a short holiday at the end of june 2011. I am very excited and looking forward to visit the beautiful city in Taiwan. I am planning my itinerary hoping to cover most of the tourist attractions. I will appreciate if friends here can help me out by providing me with informations.

I am looking for oem motorcycles parts for cruisers or harleys. I have been buying oem parts from Ebay motor and realised that most of the parts are actually made in Taiwan but I couldn'd find any store from 'google'. They are mainly wholesaler. I wonder if there is any store or workshop in Taipei selling these oem parts for cruisers or harleys. Eg: gas tank, handlebar, brake lamps, grips, mirrors, solo seat, etc.

I am looking for bobber parts similar to the bike in the photo. It will definately be a great help if you can provide me with the store address. Thank you for reading and sharing with me.


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Re: Where are the Motorcycle stores in Taipei?

Postby jmeyer » 07 Jun 2011, 16:54

A good place to start, even though they dont have that many big bikes, might be Motorcycle Street.
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Someone there should be able to direct you in the right direction..!
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