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    Pa BMW Motorcycle Dealer(s)

    Stopped in at a dealer,who's probably less than 90 miles from this years MOA Rally, asked him if he was go'n to be involved with the Rally. He's answer was he didn't know there was a Rally in Pa. I asked if anyone ever contacted him, he said no...Curious and somewhat surprised..but what do I know..


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    And this guy is still in business?
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    I'm surprised he was so uninformed. However, according to the BMW Motorcycle web site, there are 6 dealers within 90 miles of the rally site. Perhaps you just went to the wrong dealer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kthutchinson View Post
    I'm surprised he was so uninformed. However, according to the BMW Motorcycle web site, there are 6 dealers within 90 miles of the rally site. Perhaps you just went to the wrong dealer.
    Nope..it was one of the "6 dealers"..

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    Sorry for the confusion. I meant that one of the other 6 dealers may be participating in the rally.
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    To be really honest about it, as far as I know, there will be no local dealers at the Rally..if you rule out maybe Bob's BMW..but he's there at all the rallies.. I've been to 3 of the 6 Pa. Dealers as he is the only one, so far, that hasn't been informed..I'll try and make it to the other 3 sometime soon..but I don't make the Big Bucks that some of the Ambassadors make..

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    Do we really need a service dealer at a rally ?

    How much can they do in a rally setting ?

    If you breakdown use your towing service provider. I would rather see an open dealership nearby than deal with some overwhelmed rally dealer whose initial intent was to fleece someone over tires and over priced exhaust systems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Statdawg View Post
    Do we really need a service dealer at a rally ?

    How much can they do in a rally setting ?

    If you breakdown use your towing service provider. I would rather see an open dealership nearby than deal with some overwhelmed rally dealer whose initial intent was to fleece someone over tires and over priced exhaust systems.
    I have a towing service provider?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    I have a towing service provider?
    And a great dealer too.
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