As Rochester’s only BMW Motorcycle, Piaggio/Vespa Scooter and ZERO Motorcycle dealership, our Sales team is dedicated to exceeding your riding expectations. To that end, Country Rode offers demo rides to our customers from a stable of the latest in-stock BMW Motorcycles, Piaggio/Vespa Scooters and ZERO Electric Motorcycles. Our goal is to provide unique quality motorcycle and motor scooter experiences for the discerning rider.
When you visit our shop, Art & Ron & Dan are ready and willing to assist in answering any motorcycle or scooter related questions plus set you up with a demonstrator upon request. All you have to do is ask* (and provide proof of motorcycle endorsement) and you'll be on your way to testing out the bike or scooter of your dreams.
To schedule a ride please call 585.421.0480
or fill in the handy form below.
BMW Motorrad builds fascinating, dynamic motorcycles for every purpose. Whether a trip to the ends of the earth or a training session on the race track, whether an exclusive luxury touring motorcycle or a cool urban bike: every motorcyclist will find just the right machine here. But there’s more to riding fun than this: BMW Motorrad offers a comprehensive program going well beyond the bikes themselves, from highly functional and fashionable rider equipment to top-quality touring holidays and training trips all over the world.
ZERO Electric Motorcycles
Once a burning idea conceived inside a Santa Cruz, California garage, Zero has rapidly grown into an internationally known motorcycle company. The result is groundbreaking motorcycle innovation that is available for customers to own today. Since 2006, when the first prototypes were produced, Zero has invited motorcyclists to go for a ride. Some things are better experienced than explained.
The Piaggio company was founded in Genoa in 1884, by twenty-year old Rinaldo Piaggio. It moved from timber machining to the production of ship fittings and later, airplanes and seaplanes, built at that time in wood and canvas, first at the Finale Ligure factory and subsequently in Tuscany. Piaggio became one of the country's largest aircraft manufacturers.
In 1946, as Italy embarked on a postwar reconstruction, the rebuilding of the main factory was assigned to one of Rinaldo's two sons, Enrico, who opted for a full conversion focusing on personal mobility. He achieved his ambition, a stylish vehicle for the mass market, thanks to extraordinary design work.