Imperial Motorcycles carries Givi and Kappa hard luggage.
Hard luggage can be motorcycle specific, so come in and we’ll
help you set up your bike with the right gear.
When replacing your tires there are lots of things to consider. Cost vs. Performance, Mileage vs. Traction and the style of your riding. For us here at Imperial, Tires are one of the most important parts of the puzzle. Good tires make a world of difference when riding. Our tire of choice, Michelin.
Below is a Michelin tire chart to help you select the best tire for your particular application. Still not sure, come talk to us about your needs.
MC Enterprises has been at the leading edge of the motorcycle aftermarket for over three decades. We’ve never forgotten what it’s all about – motorcyclists and individuality. Get the personalized protection you expect with their high quality products.
We have a used set of Canyon Cages for the ’06-’12 Yamaha FJR1300.
Low profile bars that help protect the fairings in a no-to-low speed drop. These bars are made in the USA with 7/8″ steel tubing and don’t require any cutting or drilling to mount on a stock bike.
Retail is $470+
Get these good used ones (including hardware) for only $200.
We stock the Sena SMH Series (SMH5, SMH10, 10C)
Come see the latest in bluetooth in-helmet communication systems.
The SMH10 was designed to keep you connected to your riding companions over longer ranges for conversation and music sharing—up to 900 meters (980 yards). When paired with a Bluetooth®-enabled phone, it’ll also let you make hands-free calls.
The SMH10 features a Helmet Clamp Kit and Boom Microphone. The Jog Dial, meanwhile, makes for an intuitive user interface that is much easier to control while riding. The Jog Dial default is volume control, and pushing the integrated button lets you cycle through all device functions with minimal fuss, which means you’ll ride safer.
Bluetooth 3.0 technology provides the capability to listen to and share music, make phone calls with speed dialing, and participate in a four-way intercom conversation with riding buddies up to 900 meters (980 yards) away from each other.
The SMH10 delivers crystal-clear, natural sound through the stereo Bluetooth® headset that gets an automatic boost in noisy environments while Advanced Noise Control™ technology cuts down on background noise for both incoming and outgoing audio. The Bluetooth music playback control features play, pause, track forward and track back functions, plus each audio source has its own adjustable volume level.
Ever been on a long trip or a short little boot around only to end up with a flat tire? That is one thing that can stop a ride dead in it’s tracks. But no more! If you carry a tire repair kit. There are lots of options depending on your needs.
Stop-n-Go has a variety of repair kits available. Plug kits, patch kits and combinations. But how to fill the tire with air? You can carry CO2 cartridges – it takes 2-3 to fill a tire – or you can bring along another handy little device; Stop-n-Go’s min air compressor. Not much bigger than two 8-track tapes stacked on top of one-another (if you remember what an 8-track is?).
So there are choices when it comes to road-side tire assistance. Come see what we have here and what will serve your purpose.
Motorcycles getting rear ended are more common than you would expect. Bikes can stop a lot quicker than cars. So why no add some extra visibility on the back end to make your ride safer? Imperial Motorcycles has a variety of LED products to brighten up your bike.
LED light bars 3″ or longer to wire into your brake/tail light/turn signals, LED specific turn signals or the Magic Strobe – this baby taps into your brake light and offers 10 settings for brake light strobe action (see custom LED article; Mar. 22/13 ).
Bring you bike by and see what we can do make you more visible.
The weather is changing (for the better?), the sun is out and you are getting that riding itch. Have you looked at your motorcycle lately? Is it telling you something?
Pretty soon everyone will be wanting to ride, only then do a lot of us think about what our bike needs. By then most shops are getting very busy. It can be days or even weeks before your bike has been serviced.
Maybe now is the time to think about what your bike needs.
Not sure? There are a couple of ways to tell. First is to check your Owner’s Manual, your odometer and a calendar. That will give a good indication of what NEEDS to be done. Still not sure? This is where a good shop can advise you. A little preventative maintenance is money and time well spent. Nothing is worse than having that planned ride ruined by broken bits or waiting for parts.
Then there is your desire to have upgrades. Winter is the time to get those modifications completed.
Where does Imperial Motorcycles come in here?
That is why we like to think that February and March are “Time For Service” months. Come by and talk to us about your motorcycle needs. We are happy to help.
We have a collection of used Yamaha parts. Prices and availability only while quantities last. Cash only.
Visit us to view the latest selection available in store, list may not be complete.