West Coast Harley Davidson
8 Mossland Drive, Hillington Park, Glasgow, G52 4FA Directionshttps://www.yell.com/biz/west-coast-harley-davidson-glasgow-5779873/#view=map
West Coast Harley-Davidson plan to deliver the kind of store that every Harley enthusiast dreams about - from motorcycles to MotorClothes.
Situated in the heart of Glasgow you'll find a gem of all things Harley. We've got the very latest Harley-Davidson Motorcycles, Parts & Accessories for your Harley, Riding Gear, MotorClothes and of course city centre Harley-Davidson & Buell Servicing.
Customers from abroad can benefit from VAT free purchasing either online or by a visit to our showroom and all customers can benefit from our Elite Reward Card scheme, which gets you a 10% discount on nearly everything you will find in our shop; helmets, cloths, waterproofs, t-shirts and much more.
If customising is your bag, then take time to check out our custom range of motorcycles and accessories. Have your Harley your own way, Dark Custom or Bright Chrome, come talk to our Custom Parts & Accessory Specialists and let them help you create the ultimate machine of your choice. From performance upgrades to fully blown accessorised bikes we can help you create the stuff of dreams. Check out some of our recent designs at our site.
Products and services
Harley-Davidson Branded Clothing
Davida Leather Jeans
Davida Leather Jackets
Spada Leather Jeans
Muc-Off Visor Cleaner
Knox Motorcycle Armour
Oxford Motorcycle Accessories
Servicing & Repairs
Collection / Delivery Service
Second Hand / Used Sales
motorcycle repairs & services
motorcycle accessories & parts
the spare parts I mean.
HD in general are banking on a name brand, a lifestyle mythology portrayed in their adverts, and a reputation for quality that simply doesn't exist any more. Riding through California on your Hog, sadly, is an illusion that West Coast Harley Davidson attempts to sell via its shop-fitting and layout - the 'West Coast' of Scotland, by contrast, means you're more likely to be riding round Castlemilk in the rain, wrapped up in waterproofs and a full-face helmet looking more like an astronaut than Jacks Teller.
It's a shame, because there is nothing like the sound of a V-twin through some decent pipes and some dry, sunny weather to ride in, which is what these bikes were built for in the old days. Road salt, a wet climate, and having slave labour paint on top of poorly prepared surfaces in the Chinese factories soon destroys any 'freedom of the open road' illusions you might have. But Harleys are now aimed at dentists and accountants with money to burn who want to be weekend bad boys when the rain stops for half an hour. So if you can throw enough cash at them (£500 for a leather jacket with Harley Davidson written on it, for example) then maybe you can kid yourself on with weekend rides to Largs for a fish supper.