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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by Geek, Sep 30, 2009.
No, belongs in a new thread called Rockies Dream Bike lay-away department. Place your deposits now!
No, it will be on Craigslist next week. With 783 miles on it.
Another in Blake's MRP (Motorycle Relocation Program). Who's gonna step up and file adoption papers now? We know Blake is just the foster parent.
Hey Blakebird---looks like they finally found you over here
this group likes to pick low fruit....they mean no harm.
Sounds like a sweet gig!
I wonder what the shipping and build charges are?
I dunno, but I'll bet Blake worked it all out. If I remember right, he's purchased one or two bikes before.
Oh, no doubt. But I am genuinely curious how much a dealer charges for having the bike shipped to their store. That, IMO, should be built into their price margin. Same with a build charge.
don't worry, I lurk a lot here in the regional forum.
I found three new leftover 2012's that were in a price range worth looking at. A couple at different dealers in Dallas, one in the Portland area. The cheapest was the $9,999 and the other two were about a grand more. ($10,989 and $10,999).
These guys got a good chunk of that grand back in fees, but chances are the other places added some fees as well.
The bike lists for $15,999 so I don't mind taking $6k off and giving a grand back. I'm ok with $5,000 off on a new, zero mile bike with full factory warranty.
There's a huge number of 2010's leftover, but a few improvements made the '12 worth finding a deal on....unless you're married to the red bikes
Cool beans, man.
Rock on Garth.
My mini rant was on the greed of some dealers.
I just never heard of such a thing not already being wrapped up in the advertised price.
A universal dealers fee sure, but not pyramidding fees. Especially for having the bike delivered to the dealership. That should just be the cost ofbusiness if you are a dealer.
But wth do I know.
You've got a ninja as well, correct?Going to be getting rid of it?
These guys are waking up!
Where was that Duke?
Kinda looks like the Aspen Ridge type of area-
I traded the Guzzi 1200 Sport in on a '12 Ninja 1000, but after I got the Stelvio I didn't ride it much and it was a payment - so I sold it last Fall.
Great bike, took a few spectacular road trips on it, I just didn't want the payment at the time.
It reminds me of an area - if you're headed for Aspen Ridge coming from Salida, and stay to the left at one spot where the trail splits....the "wrong way" trail goes on ahead, over a little steep spot and down into a meadow before it dead ends.
It's south and East of Aspen Ridge; closer to Salida.
Found this on Reddit.
I've seen that kind of thing firsthand in Florida in a state forest across legal numbered roads. Rumors there were that it was put up by hunters so that bikes wouldn't spook the deer. Fortunately no one was hurt.
WEll it looks like that guy was nearly killed. Very close to jugular slicing.