(07) 958 1400 381 Te Rapa Road, Hamilton
DEALERSHIP HOURS: Mon-Fri 8:00am - 5:30pm Sat 9:00am - 3:00pm


For Assistance Contact: 07 958 1413 service@roadandsport.co.nz

Why Bring Your Bike to Road and Sport Harley-Davidson?

Because we have Factory Trained Technicians who have access to the exclusive Harley-Davidson computer system for more effective diagnostics and fault finding.  Our workshop is equipped with the latest Harley-Davidson special tools and service information to ensure your job is completed to the recommended Harley-Davidson standard.  As an Authorised dealer, we are your exclusive agent for warranty repairs, and we are kept constantly up to date with the latest manufacturer recalls and model information, to ensure your safety and enjoyment of your motorcycle.

These Are All Benefits That Only A Harley-Davidson Authorised Dealership Can Offer!

Why Service Your Bike?

Servicing your bike as per the manufacturer's schedule ensures that your motorcycle maintains its reliability, delivers peak performance, and proper fuel economy.  This will also ensure your bike is safer, more fun and it will perform stronger for longer mile after mile.  Regular servicing and attention will not only help your motorcycle look great, but your investment is also better protected.

When Should You Service Your Bike?

A Bike Service should take place approximately every 8000kms, with the initial service being at 1600kms for a new bike.  The second service carried out at 8000kms.  For earlier models pre 2000, it is recommended service intervals are completed at 4000kms.

If you don't know when the bike last had a service or it has been over a year since it was last serviced or if you are putting your bike into storage for an extended length of time then it is recommended that you get your bike serviced.


Never Hesitate To Ask For Advice If You Are Unsure About Anything!

More than an oil change

Click to view and print off your specific model. These flyers shows the areas that are checked during the recommended 1600kms service.