Motorcycle Dealerships, New & Used Motorcycles in Beaverton, Oregon
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Cascade Moto Classics Inc
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Cascade Moto Classics Inc.
13705 SW Farmington Rd, Beaverton, OR 97005, USA
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Mocassins were worn down on my Tiger 800 halfway through a quick trip south. Cascade Moto recommended the Pirelli Scorpion Trail II, arranged replacement the next day, found and fixed an important issue from previous mechanical work that led to a vast improvement in handling, charged a very fair price and did it all with big smiles and great humour (that's with a "u" because I'm Canadian). I'll be back even if it means going a bit out of my way! Many thanks.
It took some time and I did get frustrated at the lack of communication. However, the end work they did to add lower handlebars, bar end mirrors, fix some issues from a fall, tune my carbs, and put on Dominator exhaust on my 2001 Bonneville was fantastic! Worth the wait, trust these guys, all smiles over here. My bike rides and sounds like the mean machines that earned Triumph their reputation.
The folks at Cascade were incredible! My oil pressure light went on in the middle of nowhere about 44 miles east of Sweet Home Oregon. I managed to make it to Sweet Home where a local motorcycle shop worked on it for hours (incredibly kind folks). However, since the shop didn't specialize in street bikes, the problem wasn't fixed. I had to have my Triumph Rocket III Touring towed about 100 miles to Cascade Classics where I was treated with incredible kindness. (I found everyone I met in Oregon to be friendly and kind!). They quickly determined that the problem was just the oil pressure sending unit but they also said that my water pump was leaking and they had to order a new pump. I stayed at a local hotel for 3 nights while Triumph USA rushed the pump out. (Cascade was closed one of those days.) They fixed the bike and I was on the road again.
There is a couple strange things, though. After they checked the bike and determined that the problem was just the oil pressure sending unit, they also mentioned that they noticed that some work had been done previously and a bracket was missing. I and a mechanic at a motorcycle shop in Sweet Home Oregon had removed the oil tank when it appeared that oil was not leaving the tank. Apparently, while doing that, one of the intake boots slipped off it's seating. I didn't notice it at the time because the bike was then towed to Cascade. Anyway, Cascade delivered the bike to my hotel and when I started it the next day, it was "burping" badly out of the front intake boot, spewing gas. Cascade had to have noticed that when they delivered the bike to the hotel because it did it contantly. I'm surprised that they didn't fix that and let me hit the road with that condition. I fixed it as well as I could on the road but it still "burped" a couple times while engine braking in mountains so I ended up taking it to Triumph in Reno where they fixed it permanently. Anyway, after Cascade's kindness, I was surprised that they gave the bike back to me with that condition.
The other strange thing is that they said the water pump was leaking. It's strange because the bike was new and I always look for any leaks whenever I look at the bike. There were no leaks. In fact, when we were working on the bike at the other shop in Sweet Home, we had it sitting on a big piece of cardboard and not a single drop of anything got on the cardboard. I even have pictures of the bike on that cardboard when we were working on it and the cardboard is perfectly dry with no leaks of anything on it at all. That's no problem, though, but I just don't think the water pump was leaking so I'm not sure what that was all about. I've never had a single drop of anything under the bike.
I probably shouldn't have even mentioned the water pump but I am surprised that they gave the bike back to me with the intake boot leaking so badly when they knew I was in the middle of a very long (6,000) mile trip and would be riding on remote roads. I mean, it was really bad! It even popped badly and spit gas when I cranked it to start it up. (I'm not sure what the "missing bracket" they referred to is. As far as I can tell, nothing was missing. Triumph in Reno didn't mention that anything was missing and we had no parts left over after removing the oil tank in Sweet Home. A close inpection showed nothing to be missing.
Those mysteries aside, the folks at Cascade were very friendly and kind to me. I actually feel bad about mentioning the intake boot leak but I really am surprised that they sent me along my way with such a bad condition. I have no explanation for that and it suprised me after the friendly treatment I received from them.
BTW, if I lived in that area, Cascade would be my bike shop. They have an incredible inventory too. It was Triumph Heaven!
Always honest and upfront. I really appreciate working with their service and sales team. They have never left me hanging.
Great group of honest hard working people. If you haven't had a chance to swing by and say hello, please do. You will not be disappointed.
Thanks Cascade Moto!
Stopped in a few days ago as I needed to both get a battery as well as UNLOAD the dead bike from my pickup. They happily unloaded, squeezed me in for a battery , even went over the bike with a chain cleaning/ lube and detected a tail light bulb that was out.
Portland You are lucky to have such a dealership!
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