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Harley-Davidson Shipping Expands Riding Opportunities for Motorcycle Owners

MILWAUKEE (January 6, 2005) - Harley-Davidson Motor Company announces a new motorcycle shipping service designed specifically with riders in mind. Harley-Davidson Shipping expands riding opportunities for motorcyclists who want to ride in locations throughout North America, but face the challenges of insufficient vacation time or inclement weather constraints.

"Harley-Davidson Shipping is a way for us to reach out to our customers with another high-quality service that enhances their riding experiences," said Lara Lee, Vice President Enthusiast Services. "Through Harley-Davidson Shipping, we provide customers more opportunities to experience riding in new locations, while simplifying the transactions and offering flexible options."

Owners of all brands can take advantage of the flexibility to ship motorcycles to various locations at a competitive price and with unparalleled customer service. Harley-Davidson Shipping offers convenient locations for shipping, including door-to-door pick-up and delivery from a business or personal residence. The new service goes beyond other shipping services by offering honored real-time quotes and multi-bike group discounts for all customers.

Harley-Davidson Shipping is open for any enthusiast to use, while offering additional discounts on shipments to all full Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) and Buell Riders Adventure Group (BRAG) members. The service is available throughout the United States and Canada, including Hawaii and Alaska, beginning January 2006.

For more information about Harley-Davidson Shipping rates, locations, transit schedules and other services available contact 1-888-575-BIKE. Shipping quotes and vehicle tracking can be done online at www.harley-davidson.com/shipping .

Harley-Davidson Motor Company, the only major U.S.-based motorcycle manufacturer, produces heavyweight motorcycles and a complete line of motorcycle parts, accessories and general merchandise. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson's Web site at www.harley-davidson.com.
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Pretty smart idea on MoCo's part. But we'll have to see what the rates are before we pass judgement...
I can tell ya two things. They aint gonna be the cheapest, and they aint gonna be the best.
yep, they charge MSRP plus shipping.:laugh:
Just got a quote to transport from Buffalo, NY to Orlando, One way $ 636.00.

I have no clue if it is a good price or not. Includes $ 20,000 insurance.

Quote is for 05 Roadking Classic.
Why not rent?

Wehohl, Unless you are moving to Orlando wouldn't it be cheaper to rent one there and leave your scoot at home. How about that cruise at Niagara Square last year? Th :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Yes, the Niagara Square thing was very nice. As far as transporting bike to Orlando, I got quote just to see how much it would cost. To rent a bike for a few days would be cheaper, but would cost more if you wanted to ride for a week or so.

I take it your from this area (Western New York)?
That's why I live in Texas. I'm half way to everywhere already!!!:bleh:

I have shipped my Shovelhead to Thailand when I went over there to work for a few years and in '88 it was over $2K, SO $600 to Orlando doesn't sound too bad if you're going to spend some serious riding time down there.
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