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Independent BMW Mechanic in Kent

Postby Monty's Motorcycles » Thu May 24, 2018 3:52 pm

Hi everyone,

I hope this is ok to put here?

Some of you on here may know me from a couple of years ago. My name is Will, I used to work at Cooper BMW in Tunbridge Wells.

Having done my apprenticeship and worked there for nearly 10 years I went off to work for a British Superbike team in 2016 and I have now opened my own bike shop called Monty's Motorcycles in Edenbridge, Kent and thought this would be a good place to offer my services to you lovely BMW owners.

I have already seen some previous customers here but it would be awesome to have a few more of you boys and girls in. I can't match the quality of coffee of the BMW dealers but the kettle is always on if you ever want to stop on a ride out, need some advice or book up a service!


You can always message me on here or call 01732 867104.

Cheers everybody, ride safe.
Will @ Monty's

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Re: Independent BMW Mechanic in Kent

Postby Mark Esposito » Thu May 24, 2018 5:18 pm

Hi Will,

Welcome to the forum, which era of BMW bikes are you tooled up for ?

Mark

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Re: Independent BMW Mechanic in Kent

Postby Ruralman » Thu May 24, 2018 7:26 pm

Hi Monty,
Welcome to the forum
Great to have another skilled mechanic on the forum.
Regards
Keith


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Re: Independent BMW Mechanic in Kent

Postby Monty's Motorcycles » Thu May 24, 2018 11:14 pm

Hi Will,

Welcome to the forum, which era of BMW bikes are you tooled up for ?

Mark

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Hi Mark,

I would say my era is from R1150s onwards, I can deal with fault codes and service lights etc. I worked in the dealer from 2006-16 so that is what I cut my teeth on but I have worked on older stuff too though

Will

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Re: Independent BMW Mechanic in Kent

Postby P-K » Wed May 30, 2018 9:01 am

Hi Will,

Welcome to the forum :smile:
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