The GA Checkpoint team welcomes you to their brand new, state-of-the-art location in Port Coquitlam.

Get revved up for motorsports season at new, state-of-the-art shop

Motorbikes? Boats? ATVs? Find them all under one roof … and more!

If you love outdoor motor sports and recreation, you’ve got to know GA Checkpoint.

Your dealer for all things Yamaha, the Lower Mainland’s exclusive Five Star Dearlership sells everything from motorcycles, ATVs and side-by-sides to outboards, water vehicles and sport boats.

They’re also your go-to source for power products, snowmobiles, Hewescraft, Kingfisher and G3 aluminium boats and Zodiac inflatables … Really, what DON’T they have?!

“No matter what you do outdoors, we have you covered,” says General Manager Brendan Keys. “We’re passionate about introducing new people to the lifestyle. Whether it’s on the water or on the road, we’re out there too.”

Brand new, state-of-the-art digs

And now they can do that even better from their brand new, 18,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility in Port Coquitlam. The new store, at 1462 Mustang Pl., replaces the smaller Port Moody location, while the same great service and selection awaits at the Abbotsford store.

“We’re excited to be able to provide our customers access to all of our products under one roof,” Keys says of the new 2 1/2-acre shop and service centre in Port Coquitlam, complete with ample free parking and easy access off both Highway 7 and Highway 1.

The stars of customer service

GA Checkpoint’s Five Star designation is the pinnacle of quality. Yamaha’s Five Star Dealer Program is designed to identify those dealers committed to providing the best end-to-end customer service in the business.

“Customer service is our No. 1 focus,” Keys says, noting it’s not only customers who have been with them for 30 years or more, but staff, too. “Being a Five Star dealership means we have the highest-quality standards in looking after our customers – and we have to requalify for that five-star rating every year, which we’ve done since 2003!”

And it’s not all about sales. Full service departments, with technicians who are specialists in their various vehicles types, keep customers riding the road or waves for years

It’s time to get out and ride … or boat!

In the coming weeks, watch for the GA Checkpoint team at the Vancouver Boat Show and the Vancouver Motorcycle Show (you can even gets tour tickets right at the store!).

“We have lots of entry-level motorcycles that can get people out on the road at an affordable price,” Keys says. “Here in the Lower Mainland, where you can ride and fish all year-round, we can help you make the most of it.”

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GA Checkpoint is Vancouver’s largest dealer of Yamaha powersports and marine products. Having served their loyal customers since 1974, they’re proud to have been named a Yamaha Five Star Dealer since 2003 – the longest running Five Star Dealer in BC!

 

The new 2 1/2-acre GA Checkpoint shop and service centre in Port Coquitlam offers ample free parking and easy access off both Highway 7 and Highway 1.

GA Checkpoint is Vancouver’s largest dealer of Yamaha powersports and marine products.

GA Checkpoint has been named a Yamaha Five Star Dealer since 2003 – the longest running Five Star Dealer in BC!

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