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I am going to be in San Antonio for 6 weeks starting in April and really thinking about taking my bike with me. Is there some good riding, something to do, good dealership or shop to get tires installed? How's the weather in April through early May?
 
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Re: Ducati stuff in San Antonio (galaxy)

Yes there is some great riding in the Hill Country. The fast sweepers to the twisties should keep you busy. There are nice quaint bars and clubs. But I am sure not as good as in Cali. The Ducati dealership is called KCI and at all costs should be avoided. Very bad customer service and not very knowledgeable. Tires you can get installed at Cycle Gear on IH-10 @Wurzbach. They are a bunch of cool laid back fellas willing to help out with anything. Also there is a shop called Premier Motorcycle Services that has just opened with 2 Cert. Duc Techs. They are very good as well. If you have more questions just post up. I usually lurk these threads
 
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Thanks for the info, I think I'm gonna upgrade to some Pilot Powers while I'm there. Wont have the stuff with me to remove the wheels myself so wanted to take it to somewhere trusted. Also just checked the weather history for San Antone in April and May... 2.7" in April and 4+ in May. What's up with that???
 
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Re: Ducati stuff in San Antonio (kev)

KCI Should be avoided at all costs? Damn.....thats a little strong (IMHO). I'm not a big fan of the service manager (huge personality conflict). Even with my issues with the service manager, I've never had anything but top notch customer service from everyone there. I recommend them frequently.
Premier is also a good choice. The owner (Bob) was previously the service manager at KCI. Great tech and all around guy. Fast, responsive, and reasonable rates. I also recommend Bob/Premier.
 
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By all means, bring your bike! The Texas Hill Country is wonderful riding territory. Get a map of Texas, find the town of Leakey, outside of the main north/south highway every road entering or leaving Leakey is special!
 
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