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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Performance Cycle, Aug 26, 2013.
Trying to delete this. Thanks for everyone's nice comments!
Man, I really think that's great of you guys to do that, but please read rule #3 under the Rockies rules.
I figured it might not be considered spam cause it's so awesome lol sorry
done! Thanks for the contest!
Sorry but as much as we most all like and support the local business that's worth supporting,
Awesome would be a true giveaway, not a give us your information for advertising in exchange for a chance to win something................
You guys that think this is SPAM should definitely not enter so I can win the helmet.
Registered, thanks for the offer. I need a new helmet, mine has something growing in it
+1. My helmet has a loose nut in it.
Mine was stolen with my bike so I don't even have one. And PC already had my info..... so I should be automatically entered right?
If I win, I'm giving the helmet to Mountain.
I'll buy someone a helmet if they can figure out a way to stop all of my spam e-mail on three different accounts.
Aw.... man... I really hoped it wasn't gonna turn into this. We're really not tryin to spam ya.
I regulary turn down "free" offers or contests if I have to provide an address.
I just can't take it anymore and deleting it all takes too much time every day.
Can we enter and then opt out of being on your mailing list?
I honestly have no way to delete you from the mailing list. The emails just go into a database, my apologies.
My last three helmets came from Performance. Guess the next one might as well be free!
I have gotten nothing but stellar service from these guys. Keep up the good work Performance and I ll keep coming back.
No, thank YOU! :)
I have no affiliation with Performance Cycle. But when I go to Denver, I used to gather up my parts list and visit the local big name KTM dealer. The last time I did that I walked in, stood at the parts counter for no less than 10 minutes (there was a clock visible) before an uppity, ultra-cool parts monkey asked me what I wanted (not what he could do to help me). I told him I wanted front and rear brake pads, and rear wheel bearings for a 2005 KTM 300 EXC, he banged on his keyboard for a little while then told me "that's an old ass bike, we don't stock parts that old but we can order them for you" (he didn't say they would be happy to order them for me). Having an internet connection and the ability to order parts on my own I wasn't terribly enthusiastic about that option. I drove across town to Performance Cycle, not only did they have the parts I needed, they gave me options. The last three times I've been to Denver, I went straight to Performance Cycle and they have had everything I've needed.
+1 on Performance. Best selection on the front range, great prices and good people.
If you don't like the emails, it only takes a couple clicks to put anyone in your spam filter.