Feel the Wind in Your Hair with First Service

Sometimes we all long for a change of scenery. Get away in a whole new way with a stress-free loan on your next motorsports vehicle. Whether you're looking to purchase or refinance a motorcycle, ATV, jet ski, or something else entirely, we're here to make it easy. Start by getting pre-qualified and take your time choosing the motorsports vehicle you really want.

How to Apply

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!

Step One


Get pre-approved for a motorsports vehicle loan. Apply online today. It only takes five minutes to complete our easy-to-use, secure application.

Step Two


Choose to have your approval and blank check mailed (we can overnight it to you) or pick it up at a branch location.

Step Three


Head to the dealership with your Express Check and select the motorsports vehicle you want. Agree on a price with the dealer, fill out the check, and leave happy.

Motorsports Vehicle Loan Rates

New vehicle:  Maximum loan amount is up to 100% of purchase price
Used vehicle: Maximum loan amount is up to 100% of J.D. Power retail value

Annual Percentage Rate15 Term Loan Amount Payment Example Per $1,000 Borrowed
As low as 8.45% Up to 60 months $20.51

Calculate Your Monthly Payment

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** Calculator uses floor rate to calculate monthly payments. Rates may differ depending on borrower creditworthiness and underwriting factors.

Your Estimated Monthly Payment Is $536.33 with as low as 7.95% APR15


Motorsports Vehicle Loan Features

    Low Payments

    Low Rates

    Flexible Terms

    Quick & Easy Loan Application

    Personal Service

    Pre-Approval Available

Protect your boat with Guaranteed Asset Protection

Stay covered even if your current insurance does not pay for your entire loss in the case of an accident or theft. First Service’s Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) will pay off the rest of your loan if the cash value of your vehicle is less than your remaining balance, so you don’t get stuck paying the difference.14

Ask your loan officer how to add GAP coverage.