Texas Best Used Motorcycles / BUY – SELL – TRADE

by geno December 13, 2012

American Motorcycle Trading Company is proud to announce the opening of a second store to better serve the motorcycle community. The store is appropriately named "Texas Best Used Motorcycles", and is located in Mansfield, TX. Plans for our Grand Opening in the Spring are underway, and will consist of the First Annual Texas Best Swap […]

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Lease A Harley With Our TestRide® Program

by geno November 30, 2012

American Motorcycle delivers the dream of riding a Harley Davidson® without the long term commitment associated with a traditional loan. We know that many people are reluctant to make a 5, 6, or 7 year loan commitment.  With our TestRide® program, we are able to get more riders on more bikes at rates and terms […]

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Motorcycle Service Tip – The Rubber Meets The Road

by geno November 28, 2012

In this video, Martin offers some great advice about your motorcycle tires that will help you keep the rubber side down and the shiney side up.

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Twin Bikers Buy Harleys After Looking for 10 Years!

by geno November 20, 2012

Mark and Matthew Jackson are twin brothers, originally from Wichita Falls, TX. They grew up riding horses, 4-wheelers and dirt bikes, but now at 51 years young, they decided to change their pace when they both purchased Harleys from American Motorcycle Trading Company in Arlington, TX. Mark owns and operates Enspec Fire Protection, and Matthew […]

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Cars Breeding Motorcycles? That’s Just Wrong!!!

by geno November 17, 2012

(Photo & Caption courtesy of MSNBC) The impact of a car driven by a 21-year-old woman landed the motorcycle driver in the bed of the pickup truck that was parked in front of him at a stoplight. There were no serious injuries.   Hello Folks, Geno here. I’ve been thinking about writing this article for […]

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Ride Safe Tip – “The Slickiness”

by geno November 8, 2012

The other day I pulled into a convenience store to meet someone, and look at a car they had for sale. As I turned into the parking lot, looking for the car  was on my mind, and without paying much attention, I just wheeled into a spot in front of the store – an oil […]

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