(818) 249-5707
4.3 stars | 255 reviews
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|3319 N Verdugo Rd, Glendale, CA 91208|(818) 249-5707
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Justin Dake
3 weeks ago
This shop makes you feel like you have been transported to mountains of Bolgna. Besides the absolutely breathtaking setting they are one of the most well stocked motorcycle dealers I have seen in a while. Really gives the...
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Jon S
1 month ago
No pressure. Fair price. They let you demo bikes. Can't ask for much more than that. Definitely ask for a quote from them when shopping around.
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Ryan Stockton
3 months ago
My one stop shop for all my bikes
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Andy Winchester
4 months ago
Many bike purchases over the last 15 years and have always had a pleasant experience. Lost count of parts and apparel visits years ago. Same thing, always a great experience. Their service department is as good as it gets and...
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Eddy Hung
4 months ago
Recently bought a Ducati V4s, worked with Kevin, and the whole process was flawless, including the shipping.
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Wilmer Garcia
5 months ago

Motorcycle Shop In Glendale, CA

Pro Italia Motorcycles has been home to the finest and the fastest, since 1987. We pride ourselves on pushing the boundaries of performance and elegance. We are a motorcycle dealer that specializes in Ducati, Aprilia, Moto Guzzi, MV Augusta, Royal Enfield, and more. Not only do we have a fantastic selection of Italian Motorcycles, but we also have a robust parts and service department to support the lovers of our bikes. Stop by for a test drive or give us a call to start your adventure today!

What We Offer

  • trade ins welcome
  • simple and easy financing options
  • parts and service department
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