East coast bike shipping.

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Had a good experience with these guys last year. They're based out of Miami and shipped my '66 Triumph from Boston, MA to San Antonio, TX without incident:
 
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Had a good experience with these guys last year. They're based out of Miami and shipped my '66 Triumph from Boston, MA to San Antonio, TX without incident:
Just booked them. If this goes south I'm going to blame you. :D
 
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Fingers crossed! 🤞
It all went swimmingly. They answer their phones, they return calls, the price was right, they picked it up super fast and it got here in under a week with zero damage. They were driving a shiny new Mercedes Sprinter van too. Four stars!

...aaaand now I have a shiny 2014 HP4 Competition in my garage without leaving the comfort of my couch. Thanks for the tip!
 

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It all went swimmingly. They answer their phones, they return calls, the price was right, they picked it up super fast and it got here in under a week with zero damage. They were driving a shiny new Mercedes Sprinter van too. Four stars!

...aaaand now I have a shiny 2014 HP4 Competition in my garage without leaving the comfort of my couch. Thanks for the tip!
Awesome news, glad it worked out for ya. 👍
 
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Not to hijack my own thread but this HP4 is fucking cool. Everything is safety wired in an oddly perfect way, I adjusted the shit outta my rear sets and levers tonight so now the thing fits me like a tailored suit and the more I look at it the prettier it gets. I'm starting to understand why people like these things so much...
 
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