The Watercraft Journal Welcomes Cycle Springs Powersports For 2016


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Purchasing from a dealership doesn’t have to be an uncomfortable process, but unfortunately, many seem to feel that way. Pushy salesmen, mountains of paperwork, overpriced service all seem to be synonymous with the dealership experience – but again, that doesn’t need to be the case. And Cycle Springs Powersports in Clearwater, Florida, is proving that fact again and again. This family-owned franchise dealership has risen to the top of not only the highly competitive Florida market, but to the nation as a whole, selling literally hundreds of personal watercraft from all three major manufacturers a month!

Started by Noel Hughes and Marty Skapik out of a small garage in 1989 on the Dunedin Causway, their dedication and commitment to maximizing the customer’s purchasing and service experience has helped to grow Cycle Springs into premier dealer on Florida’s west (gulf) coast.

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In addition to selling the latest watercraft from Yamaha, Kawaski, and Sea-Doo, Cycle Springs offers parts and service for the aforementioned as well as Polaris, Quadski and Flyboard. In fact, Cycle Springs also produces many of its own performance parts, which are not only available through their online store, but also through Western Power Sports (WPS) and other outlets.

Moreover, Cycle Springs includes in the sale of ever single watercraft they sell, free pop-up cleats and spray-in engine oil fogger kits to better preserve the engine’s longevity. Combining that with Cycle Springs‘ Lifetime Engine Warranty, Money Back Guarantee and 50% Pre-paid Maintenance Plans, there’s no dealer offering a richer, more complete buying experience. They even take every new customer down to the water to show them how to properly launch and dock their ski, its unique features and proper riding techniques.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com 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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