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Jordan Bikes

Huge used bike showroom Dynojet tuning, MOT and Service centre

Jordan Bikes opened in 2003 and has firmly established itself as the place to buy an immaculate used bike in the UK. Their Facebook and Google reviews speak for themselves. The showroom is huge, with a great selection of bikes, along with a busy workshop, MOT bay and Dyno for tuning bikes and ECU Remapping. There is also a large clothing department stocking top brand gear. The store is located just 200 yards from Junction 27 of the M62, with a large car park. Most of the 12 staff are bikers so they know how it feels to be on both sides of the desk, and so they offer great customer service. The store is open 6 days a week, every day except Sunday.
  • Mon: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
  • Tue: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
  • Wed: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
  • Thu: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
  • Fri: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
  • Sat: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
  • Sun: Closed

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  • Reviews (2)
    Average Rating (5.0) Write a review

    Unleashing the beast in my bike!

    Thanks Jordan’s bikes for unleashing the beast in my bike! Really enjoyed the visit, felt really welcome and at home. The staff are brilliant and really know there stuff, they use the best tuning software and the lad tuning my bike would not give up until he had squeezed as much out of it as he could, and got the fueling spot, the power curve is so smooth the bloke is a genius! Highly recommend Jordan’s bike. Thanks again �

    Decent, honest people

    These are decent, honest people. It's often quite hard to find people who you can trust when they're dealing with your bike - I have been let down so many times, costing me stupid sums of money in the past. Jordan Bikes found a problem with my bike, quoted me the cost to rectify it over the phone and stuck to it. The end result was the entire job cost of only about £50 more than I expected and I was having a major service, fork seals and a chain and sprockets. £50 when you're looking at that kind of work is nothing. I've been in similar situations before and it has cost me hundreds extra. Jordan's do have a remit within which they'll work - they do servicing and do it well but there are some jobs they won't take on so be clear about what you need before you go. The people who work the service desk are very competent and you'll get a straight answer from them. Ultimately, if you need a job doing properly and with decent parts (the chains they fit are damned good and at a very reasonable price) then go here. You might save a few quid going elsewhere but in my considerable motorcycling experience you will not save in the long run. I've had my bike looked at by other people and had no reports of issues whereas Jordan's have obviously been actually looking as they spotted issues during my service that could cost me my life if left to worsen which were not mentioned by the other garage who supposedly fully stripped and cleaned up my callipers with new seals. Unfortunately, it's work Jordan’s won't take on and, whilst this means they aren't lying because they can't profit from it, it does mean me trying to find somewhere I can trust to do the work properly. If you want the work doing properly, go here. It's that simple. For me it's like finding a dentist that you trust. You'll not pay over the odds at Jordan's, you might save some money by going elsewhere but it will probably cost you more in the long run.