About Us

Blais Cycle is South Florida’s number one shop for high performance motorcycle services. We service Honda, Ducati, BMW, Suzuki, Yamaha, Harley Davidson and all other types of motorcycles. Conveniently located just west of I-95 off Stirling Rd, we serve the entire South Florida region including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm, Palm Beach and everywhere in between.

Our History

Kevin Blais started riding motorcycles in the mid. 70’s. In 1979 he entered his first road race at Moroso Motor Park in West Palm Beach Florida. It did not take long before he knew this was the path that he was going to take in life. In 1982 Kevin started work at Palmetto Kawasaki as a technician. Which at the time was one of the largest Kawasaki dealers in the U.S.? Once Kevin received backing from the owner, he and his friend Ron Cole started traveling throughout the south-east racing. Kevin quickly became one of the front runners in several classes. 

Kevin raced production and super bikes for 12 years as an AMA pro racer. Among winning several state and regional championships. In 1989 Kevin took second place in the 750 Super Sport race at the AMA finals in Daytona.  Beating the likes of Scott Russell, Jamie James and Doug Chandler.  In 1992 Kevin opened his own shop.  The first piece of equipment he bought was a 150 Dyno. Blais Cycle was the first shop in south Florida to have a Dyno. Kevin did not want to tell his customers he made them more HP. He wanted to show them he made them more HP.  In 2000 seeing that the future of motorcycles was changing to fuel injection. Blais Cycle bought the new 250 Dyno. Kevin and Paul have both received  Power Commander tuning link training. So they could tune the power commanders properly.

Blais Cycle continues to upgrade it’s Dyno and shop equipment so that we can provide our customers with the best service possible. We have now added ECU reflashing  to the many ways to tune your bike. The technicians at Blais Cycle enjoy and take great pride in their work.  Our goal has always been and always will be to take care of your bike like it was our own.