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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by neduro, Jul 9, 2007.
Sorry, guess I'm too slow! Been traveling...
The first DVD contains the fundamentals presented in the most basic form we could dream up. The second one expands on them and introduces some new concepts, but does not replace the first DVD. Both are in stock and ready to ship.
I've had some requests for a sale on both DVD's, so I'll do it. Type the code "bothship" in the coupon code part of the checkout, and you'll get free shipping in the US (or $5.90 off any foreign order).
The code will work for a month, thru June 6, 2009.
Hey Neddy-poo, do any shops here in CS stock these videos?
I don't wanna pay for shipping if I can simply trot over to a shop.
Thanks in advance.
In Colorado Springs, Apex has stocked in the past but are out, I believe. BMW Denver has them in stock, though!
Or, if you'd rather, send me an email and we can make arrangements...
Hey Ned, don,t feel bad about being slow. I just ordered both dvds, then saw your free shipping offer to adv readers.
I'm slow too...David Dew
Wish I had read this thread 20 minutes ago.
Ah, well...Have a beer or two on me, Ned!
I went out for a short trip to my local OHV area http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=197264&page=101
and was reminded of the old addage "what goes up must come down". I didn't realize a short section of trail that I had zipped up (with the technique you taught on the dvds), was really steep. I noticed this on my way out of the trail.
After the initial pucker factor that goes with riding a heavy dual sport bike with 50/50 tires and 1980's brakes, I remembered your instruction and slowly stopped. I carefully released the brakes and descended under control (albeit at 2mph).
Watching and re-watching the dvds has taught so much. Now if I just had some nobbies and more time to ride.
Thanks again Ned.
Hey Ned... saw your contribution to Motorcyclist this month. Nice work, they even referred to you as Neduro which is pretty funny considering some of their writers' seeming hatred of ADVrider.
Any plans to come back to TN any time???
I got both the DVD's a few weeks ago, and think they are great. Well done guys. I watch them a couple of times a week in an effort to improve my offroad skills.
Another thing that has really helped my riding, is getting out on some real nasty tight woods trails on my mountain bike. Good workout, and it's helping me read better lines through tough terrain. The same skills transfer over to dualsport riding.
Missed it by THAT much. Oh well.
Any new codes??? Christmas is around the corner and I might put the videos on my list.
Thanks for asking! I've enabled "bothship" again- for orders over $50, you can get $5.90 (which is free shipping on both DVD's in the US) off. The code will work through October 20...
We have some new products in the works, stand by for an announcement about that!
"That" time of the year is coming, and we've decided to offer a 10% discount to advriders on any order they place at http://www.dualsportriding.com.
To get the discount, simply enter "advrider" in the discount coupon box during the checkout process.
Patrick Moriarty in Citybike calls the DVD "a very well done film that focuses on the student, as it should". How's that for a hard sell?
Check out using Visa / Mastercard option. Paypal will not accept discount code.
Good point, I hadn't noticed that but it would seem you are correct.
is that discount code still valid? And can it now be used with Paypal.
Or do you have any other package deals available? like both training videos, suspension e-book and Salt and Gold video discount?
I'll try and answer your questions in order- the discount code is still valid, but can't be used with paypal (sorry!). It works no matter how big your order is, but Salt and Gold won't get discounted because it's not my product.
Ned- Thanks for the prompt delivery on the advanced techniques and Salt and Gold DVD's! I purchased the original from Alaska Leather last year and have watched it many times.
I'll be wearing your t-shirt at the Eastern Rendezvous next week, for a little free advertising