from the time 5 yrs ago, when I brought Paul my kawi 750 for fresh tires. To now, as my 08 Concours 14 sits at his shop waiting for pickup by the salvage pool (Thanks to the A-Hole drunk driver at Rundberg and I35 - Who left BTW); Paul has been an asset. from great prices, and service, to sound advice and diagnostics, he's been able to do everything I've needed from a bike mechanic.
He's had his hands on, and in, my Nighthawk, 750s, zrex, 98 Connie, and 08 Connie.
Paul runs a no nonsense, professional, RESULTS BASED Shop, in a city where too many bike owners Feel the need to be stroked, coddled, and worshiped for riding a BMW, Ducati, Triumph, or other overpriced/target marketed brand.
You won't find carpet, plush seating, expresso and lattes in Paul's waiting area. You will find well thumbed bike mags of every genre, tire inventory, and the smell of gas, grease, and fresh rubber. Paul tells it like it is, his no 1 concern has always been the safety of the bike and rider, and his second has always been reliability - ever since i've known him.
I have been riding 30 yrs full time, 24/7 rain or shine, in both L.A. and Austin - I would never consider going any where else to have my bike repaired.
Pros: Service, Price,Advice
Cons: Be prepared to schedule appointment for work.