Great Experience, I'm glad I gave Destination Harley Davidson another try
You will probably find this an odd way to begin a review considering the 5-star rating. For context we must go back many years. PLEASE READ TO THE END. I began riding motorcycles when I was in high school, back then I had nothing but distain for Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Instead riding Hondas and Kawasakis. At the urging of a friend I first succumbed to the Harley bug and bought a 2002 Fat-Boy, I really loved that bike and the die was cast. After riding the Fat-Boy for three years, I decided I wanted a bike that I could use to travel cross country. Destination Harley Davidson was the closest dealer and the folks there were most accommodating. I test rode both the 2005 Electra-Glide and Road Glide, finally choosing the Road-Glide. A deal was struck, and a Road-Glide was ordered. All went well until the new bike arrived at Tacoma. For reasons Ive never understood the deal went badly sideways. Rather than argue the summer away, I bought a 2005 Road-Glide from Bellingham HD and rode it 86,000 miles. My wife decided she wanted to ride and went through several Harleys a 2003 V-Rod, 2006 Street Glide and finally a 2009 CVO Road Glide. Her bikes were purchased at Bellingham and Northwest Harley Davidson. We purposely avoided Destination. There was a period when we both ran off the rails, I bought a Goldwing and my wife a BMW K1600GTL. Now to present day, I had the Harley bug again. I looked at Jet City Harley Davidson and Northwest Harley Davidson all great folks, but they didnt have The Bike. I decided to give Destination another look. Im glad I did, and I now own a 2020 Road-Glide. Everyone involved in the transaction was great. Starting with Scott and Nik fit specialist and sales, Linda in finance and Des in delivery. I spoke to Ed Wallace briefly and told my story. As the owner of the dealership he assured me whatever happened in the past would never happen again. Now I would not hesitate to recommend Destination Harley Davidson. Well done (Employee: Ed Wallace, Linda Griffin, Nik Bass, Scott Rawson, Desirae Silvia)
Brian Schooley
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