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Old 04-09-2011, 06:20 PM   #1
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Motorcycle Shipping

I'm looking at the possibility of shipping a bike from FL back here to MN.

Has anyone had any experience with this?

Any shipper advice or recommendations?

Any general advice?
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Old 04-10-2011, 08:46 AM   #2
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A friend of mine shipped his bike to my house with www.eagleoneexpress.com. They ship un-crated and it's door to door. No need to drain fluids either.

When the driver was about an hour out, he called to let me know where he was and asked about access to my neighborhood (for the semi). When he hit traffic, he called back to let me know he was stuck. Wasn't too far off his original time but I was appreciative of the call--very professional company.

Since I wasn't his only drop off, I got to see other bikes in the truck that were all properly secured and separated so even if it did shift in transit, it wouldn't be a problem.

I don't recall what he paid to ship the bike but I want to say about $600 from MA to CA. I'd recommend them.
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A friend of mine shipped his bike to my house with www.eagleoneexpress.com. They ship un-crated and it's door to door. No need to drain fluids either.

When the driver was about an hour out, he called to let me know where he was and asked about access to my neighborhood (for the semi). When he hit traffic, he called back to let me know he was stuck. Wasn't too far off his original time but I was appreciative of the call--very professional company.

Since I wasn't his only drop off, I got to see other bikes in the truck that were all properly secured and separated so even if it did shift in transit, it wouldn't be a problem.

I don't recall what he paid to ship the bike but I want to say about $600 from MA to CA. I'd recommend them.
Cool. Thank you! I will check into them.
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