Welcome from Tennessee!
Obviously, you're talking Louisville, KY with that location.
The thing is there is a dealer in Lou-EE-ville, KY, and the Knoxville, TN dealership, "Good Times," which bills itself as being in the suburb of Alcoa, TN, is actually located in the even smaller suburb of Lou-ISS-ville, TN, but spelled the same as the big ol' Louisville, KY. So technically, there are dealers in Louisville, KY and Louisville, TN.
Nashville and Bloodworth would be the closest TN dealer to you, but still pretty far away.
Well naturally there's two Louisville dealers! And you're correct: I'm referring to the KY one. My next closest option is Champaign Illinois.
Weelcome Y'All (as he gives away his knowledge of Florence). Two comments
One. You jinxed yourself with that username as not many people get away with owning one BMW (it now has a best by date and the clock is ticking)
Two. Thats a big change from Roadracer to bagger.. lifestyle change? Why not the GT?
I honestly considered that about my username, then I thought that's good problem to have. And I can see why people are repeat buyers they make a fantastic line of motorcycles.
I'm embarrassed to admit how long I spent thinking about your second comment. Long story short: I started at "I want a new motorcycle" clean slate open to just about any bike. Took a long (read: obsessive) journey through many different manufacturers and models. In the end the B ticked the most boxes for us. Wife doesn't ride much, but has a lot more since we got it (have pilon backrest from WL installed). I'd be lying if I didn't confess that I still wonder if I should have gone with a GA or GT
That said - I'm very happy with my choice! I steal a look every chance I get. Find excuses to be in garage. It's like when I started riding. I can't believe how well it handles. I had to climb all over it with the stock tires but since I put on the RSIII's thing is on rails. Smiles/mile equals good money spent in my book.