Cycle Springs Reveals New Massive PWC Service Center


Earlier this month The Watercraft Journal reported on the fire that cost Cycle Springs Powersports nearly $1 million dollars in damages to their motorcycle service department. In that very same article, we noted that Cycle Springs was nearing completion of their all-new 5,000 square-foot personal watercraft service department, located just a few minutes from Cycle Springs’ dealership. Well, now we’ve got all the pictures and information revealing the new building:

As noted, the new enclosed and hermetically-sealed building contains over 5,000 square feet of serviceable work space with another 2,000 square feet of large, covered service bays to work on customers’ larger boats and vessels. In addition to Dragon, Cycle Springs’ Watercraft Service Manager, the new facility has four full-time watercraft technicians dedicated solely to PWC, two of which being certified Master technicians.

The building was built to Cycle Springs’ specifications from the ground up, and even includes a new modern kitchen, break room and bathrooms with showers for the technicians. Likewise, Cycle Springs allowed for a spacious area for customers to drive in to drop off and pick up there jet skis/boats (as so many service departments are cramped). Inside the front of the building is a spacious showroom with large product displays as well as a waiting room. Filling the walls are life jackets, wetsuits, tow ropes and accessories necessary to get the very most out of your PWC experience.

Located at 495 Douglas Road, Oldsmar, FL, the Cycle Springs Powersports Service Department retains the same phone number (727) 771-1211, and is open Monday-through-Saturday.

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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