Hundreds of kits in stock, same day shipping

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle Swap And Shop Sales' started by nidyanazo, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. nidyanazo

    nidyanazo New Member

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    Seems like alot of suppliers are out of stock, just wanted to let those of you looking for a kit know we have tons available and ready for immediate dispatch!

    Check us out @ www.motovelo.us

    Our fedex shipping includes free overnight delivery in SoCal, and gurenteed 2-day delivery anywhere in CA

    Delivery to the east coast takes 4 days.

    As always, if you have any questions don't hesitate to call 805-637-1746,
    someone is available to answer all your questions all day everyday.

    Thanks


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  2. rohmell

    rohmell Active Member

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    Knock the price of your kits down to a more reasonable level, then maybe you won't have "Hundreds of kits in stock", you might be able to sell some.
     
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  3. hawaii_87

    hawaii_87 San Diego's Master Ride Organizer

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    Yeah I can get a kit for $180 in 20mins. I'm glad your shipping to CA.

    -Hawaii
     
  4. nidyanazo

    nidyanazo New Member

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    We sell plenty of kits every day, and provide the best possible customer service. Call anytime.
     
  5. PatTheThird

    PatTheThird New Member

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    Why are your kits so expensive? If they are better than the kits we can all get for 180$ (140$ with a coupon) please let us know.
    BTW, y'all do have the best promo vids.
     
  6. The_Aleman

    The_Aleman New Member

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    Maybe it's like Snap-On. It's all about the service. I dunno, just throwing that out there.

    Is it always about how much money you can save?
     
  7. biknut

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    I love it when people that have never been in business for themselves, tell people that are, how much they should charge.
     
  8. PatTheThird

    PatTheThird New Member

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    As a consumer, i am asking questions in order to educate myself. I believe in paying for quality, but only a fool pays a to much for something they can buy for much less.
    There was no hate or condescension in my question.
     
  9. biknut

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    Well I'm not sure where you're buying your motor kits that are so cheap, but comparing these guys website to bikeberry, they both sell kits for $189.95.

    Personally I look for cheap kits too, but it's true they're getting hard to find. A couple of months ago I bought a 80 kit from lucky early bird (LEB) for $134.95 plus shipping = + $35. It turned out to be a pretty good motor, and I wish I could buy another one, but they're gone. Maybe if they were charging $189 they'd still be around.
     
  10. rustycase

    rustycase Gutter Rider

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    Yah, it seems motovelo is a bit pricey...
    But they are shipping to Kalifornia addresses, and that counts for a lot.

    and, it's double tough to be a merchant here in our glorious state...
    there is tax upon tax upon fees and regulations and it might never end!
    Whew!

    ..I kinda wish you motovelo guys wouldn't post videos of your bikes screaming up and down the public streets doing wheelies and stuff.
    It's really gotta tick people off a lot who are NOT as excited about performance bicycles as we are.

    Most people I encounter while going down the street making chainsaw noises smile, and some wave, but that may just be because I'm funny lookin.

    Nobody but the participants like a streetracer.

    Best
    rc
     
  11. Al.Fisherman

    Al.Fisherman New Member

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    Ever think we (on two forums) beat them up so bad...now its time for BGF. Probably will start under a different name.
     
  12. nidyanazo

    nidyanazo New Member

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    After years of testing bicycle engine kits, I sell what I've found works best. I also offer the top customer service that can be offered.


    Sorry, speed is part of my nature. I'm regarded in the sportbike riding community as an extremely talented rider.
    For an example, try doing this on a road you've never ridden on, with 190HP.. That's exactly what this video is, never before ridden, littered with tar snakes.

    Yamaha R1 Mulholland HWY from PCH to decker canyon road. - YouTube

    Wait till you get a few minutes into the video...
    Then you can see why I ride bicycles with a couple hp the way I do lol.

    Say what you will, if you're not a rider you have no idea.

    Cheers,
    Aydin
     

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