Read reviews of MotoXtreme, South Dunedin’s Kawasaki Dealership and motorcycle workshop. Kevin and the team at MotoXtreme work hard as motorcycle mechanics to problem solve and repair motorbikes for a wide range of people and are always happy to help. See what customers have to say about Kevin and their experience with MotoXtreme.

Simon Richards

I got to know Kevin when he was working at another motorbike shop in Dunedin, at the time I had a pretty specialised bike – an Aprilia SXV550. It was the kind of bike that if something wasn’t right it might just fly to pieces. Kevin soon became the only mechanic in town who I’d let touch the thing.

Kevin is the kind of a mechanic that when he decided to start his own bike shop, I went with him. He’s now been my motorcycle mechanic for something like ten years. He is -hands down- the best mechanic in Dunedin. He’s built a number of bikes for me, including two pretty full-on race bikes that are pre-1982 race bikes.

At the moment, he maintains ten motorcycles for me. What he offers is something a little different, he always makes time for you and is happy to show me what’s going on with my bike. At his workshop, you can always look in and see what’s being done. With Kevin, I can always say, tell me the story – what’s happening? And get an honest, reliable answer.

Without a doubt, he’s the best motorcycle mechanic in town but more than that, he’s just an all-round great guy.

Associate Professor Pat Wheatley

I’ve been riding motorcycles for 49 years and over that time I’ve owned a lot of Triumphs. At the moment, I’ve got an Indian, three Triumphs and a Moto Guzzi. I’ve known Kevin for about 15 years, and he’s worked on a lot of my motorbikes. I can trust him with my bikes and, let’s be honest, I like to give business to people I like, and Kevin is just a very nice bloke.

The staff at MotoXtreme are always good. They’re very good mechanics. John and Richard are great and their parts guy Mark is awesome. They’re decent mechanics you can trust. Kevin, in particular, is the real deal. He’s a good racer, a very good mechanic and incredibly knowledgeable. He can fix subtle things and if it’s something weird, he can ferret it out. If I don’t take his advice, I’m usually the worse off for it. Bikers are pretty particular about who they let touch their bikes and can smell bullshit from a mile away. His words carry weight.

The thing about Kevin is his authenticity. Kevin is an understated guy and his shop is really welcoming. He has people from all walks of life go through the shop, it’s pretty crazy. I’d certainly buy a bike off Kevin, and he’s always able to source parts, even oddball stuff, he’ll source it or tell you how to find it. He has a good network, because people like him and trust him. Probably because he’s just a flat-out good guy.

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