When it comes to keeping your power sports bike in good working order for years to come, you need knowledge and skill you can rely on.
The service technicians at our ATV repair shop, Unity Powersports in Citrus Springs, FL, are committed to providing full-service ATV maintenance and repairs so you get the most out of your purchase. We are top-notch power sports enthusiasts and understand that getting out on the road, water, or into nature is your top priority.
Unity Powersports in Citrus Springs, FL offers expert maintenance service and quality repairs without the hassle of dealing with a dealership.
Our full-service technicians work on brands like Suzuki, Honda, and Kawasaki. We’re committed to providing the best service and support for your ATVs. We ensure efficient, dependable support for your needs. You’ll be pleased to know that our owner and operator will be present on-site to overlook the job.
Trust our highly trained and efficient technicians in Citrus County to ensure your safety while working within your budget to provide the repairs you need.
The All-Terrain Vehicle is a recreational vehicle with two or more wheels that can travel on pavement, snow, and dirt. It has both open and enclosed passenger and cargo compartments.
ATVs are classified into three types:
Each type has its capabilities, such as varying speeds (including high speed), capacity for fuel (up to twelve gallons per hour for a few models), and the ability for off-road travel (skiing, camping, biking/hiking trails). Some have designated seating areas for each passenger, with individual headrests and a center console with an auxiliary power outlet.
We provide complete engine repair and service for all types of ATVs in Citrus Springs, FL. We have you covered from minor repairs to complete restoration.
We can assist you in getting back on the road as soon as possible. We have state-of-the-art technology and equipment. This enables us to repair everything from broken steering arms to entire engines. We can also assist you with customizations as well.
We have a large selection of ATV parts, accessories, and services. We have everything you need to keep your bike running smoothly, from new tires to spark plugs and oil changes. We carry a complete line of aftermarket parts to get the most out of your machine. We can install new tires, change the oil, and perform various other services on your bike.
Unity Powersports in Citrus Springs, FL has a fully equipped workshop. Our well-trained frame repair technicians have numerous diagnostic tools.
We use cutting-edge equipment to identify issues and install software updates to fix these issues. Every repair job the team performs includes a full diagnostic report, and we will stamp your service book.
We can handle everything from servicing to rebuilding your gearbox to electrical diagnosis and repair. Our team of fully trained mechanics inFL can perform any repair you need at a competitive price, allowing you to maximize the use of your ATV.
We can service & repair any ATV, new or old, using cutting-edge technology and specialized tools. Our experienced frame repair technicians in Citrus County are always happy to assist you.
Our efficient and fully trained mechanics in FL carry out their work only using legitimate manufacturer parts, ensuring your machine has a long and productive life.
Our full-service technicians in Citrus County work on brands like Suzuki, Honda, and Kawasaki. We strive to repair your equipment as quickly and affordably as possible, allowing you to return to work ASAP. If you have questions about your motorcycle, contact us at 352-474-2447, and we will gladly assist you over the phone or in person.
Citrus Springs is a census-designated place (CDP) in Citrus County, Florida, United States. The population was 8,622 as of the 2010 census, up from 4,157 in 2000.
Citrus Springs was developed by the Mackle Brothers, prominent Florida real estate developers working under The Deltona Corporation to be used as a subdivision consisting of over 34,000 homesites. (Elkcam Boulevard, a prominent street in Citrus Springs, is “Mackle” spelled backwards.) The area currently has two elementary schools (Citrus Springs Elementary School and Central Ridge Elementary School, opened fall 2008) and one middle school (Citrus Springs Middle School). There are plans for an 80-acre (320,000 m2) high school campus complete with public park, but construction is not planned in the near future.
Phosphate mining played a major part in the history of Citrus County until the end of World War II, when phosphate mining largely moved overseas. The first newspaper of Citrus County was called the Phosphate Times. Many abandoned mines exist in the Withlacoochee River basin, with a concentration of those within Citrus Springs. Some of those areas can be seen at one of Citrus Springs’ two golf courses, El Diablo. Many of those mines were part of the Dunnellon Phosphate company, headed by Capt John L. Inglis, a veteran of the Civil War. Areas in northeastern Citrus Springs were part of a proposed but unbuilt portion of the Cross Florida Barge Canal to aid the transportation of the mineral.
The Withlacoochee State Trail, a 46-mile (74 km) bike riding trail which was converted from the railroad lines built in the early 1900s, runs through Citrus Springs, in places parallel to US 41.Learn more about Citrus Springs.