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  1. #1 The Good Buddy Program 
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    Joe from CSC here.

    For a very limited time, if you and a good buddy each order an RX3 motorcycle and have the bikes shipped to the same location (at the same time) in the US, well pay the freight.




    Folks, its not going to get any better than that, its not retroactive, and theres no guarantee on how long were going to run this special (other than that it wont be for too long). Depending on where you live, this could be up to $500 in freight avoidance costs on each bike.

    You know, the RX3 truly is a world class bike. Think about what weve done so far in the 4 months since weve been selling these bikes in America. Weve sold more motorcycles than most dealerships do in two or three years. We did a 1700-mile trip through Baja with 15 of our good buddies. We just finished a 5000-mile ride around America with 10 bikes, we ran them hard for 18 days straight in temperatures ranging from the mid-30s to well over 100 degrees, and the engines never missed a beat. Four magazine tests, and four thumbs up. 84 mph. 70+ mpg. Electric starting. Luggage. Engine guards. Liquid cooling. 6 speeds. Windshield. Full instrumentation. Handlebar-mounted accessories switches and built-in accessories outlets. 300-watt alternator. Free online maintenance tutorials. A free service manual with each bike. Parts availability and customer service that people are bragging about on the Internet. A complete accessories line. Yeah, were bragging a little bit. Or maybe not. Like that guy saidno brag, just fact.

    Dont wait on this one. If you were thinking about buying an RX3, do the right thing and convince one or more of your friends to do the same. Give us a call at 909 445 0900, but act fast.
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  2. #2 Re: The Good Buddy Program 
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    looks like a f800gs, but not.
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  3. #3 Re: The Good Buddy Program 
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    This is getting close to an informercial Joe.
    I know many people genuinely love their RX3, and that's great, but if you are selling them you can't really be trusted to have an unbiased opinion.
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  4. #4 Re: The Good Buddy Program 
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMC888 View Post
    This is getting close to an informercial Joe.
    I know many people genuinely love their RX3, and that's great, but if you are selling them you can't really be trusted to have an unbiased opinion.
    Hmmm. His post is in the "Deals from Dealers" forum. He identifies himself as a dealer. Of course it's a biased advertisement. What else would one expect?

    Cheers,

    Dan K.
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    Seems like a good deal for a couple buddies, or maybe a husband and wife that want a way into adventure riding...


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  6. #6 Re: The Good Buddy Program 
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    I would say that the reason that dealers can be real assholes is because customers can be real assholes.
    I believe that CSC should at this point be attempting to build a dealer network, as they sell into each area they should let the dealers of choice in that area of choice know what they missed out on in sales.
    Simply because as Zongshen grows its product line, to keep related sales going you will inevitably need dealers.
    Be careful not to insult the network that you will ultimately need to truly succeed, find the best dealers in the best areas and offer them an opportunity.
    Not all dealership are managed by assholes, not all customers are assholes…having a dealer network will allow growth to be more manageable.
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