I hope that everyone is successfully weathering all of the wet conditions we have been experiencing. What a perfect opportunity to try out your rain gear – and stop by Euro Cycles while you are out riding! Don’t have rain gear? We do, and it’s for sale.
Joking aside, I would like to give a quick thank you to all of you for supporting our shop. We have had a great summer season thus far and hopefully will continue on into the fall. Special thanks to those of you who have purchased one of our high quality new or used motorcycles in the past few months, hope you are enjoying your new rides. I know that you all have many choices of where to spend your hard earned dollars, especially with the continued growth of internet sales. At Euro Cycles we strive to provide that extra personal touch that goes beyond the experience you will get from a faceless corporation on the web. So many of you we would truly consider our friends, some even family. If you are not completely satisfied with your transaction here at Euro Cycles, just let us know and we will do whatever it takes to make you happy. We pride ourselves on great customer service and hope that you will return to us whether you need a washer, an oil change, or a brand new bike.
I have some exciting news to share-
In mid August I will depart on an adventure ride that will take me up through the Eastern United States and across North Eastern Canada. Oh, and did I mention all of you are invited? Well, sort of… there will actually only be four of us, but I will be blogging and posting updates from the trip on our website, eurocyclesoftampabay.com.
The trip is scheduled to last until the end of September and we will travel over ???? miles total. During my 2009 journey I covered much of Western Canada, so I am looking forward to experiencing the less populated wilderness of the East. We will ride North through Quebec City and then basically drop off into the wild. Take a look at the map – if you don’t see cities or landmarks it is because there are none! But hey, that’s what makes for a good adventure, right? For much of the journey we will set up primitive camp sites, just “roughing it” with what we can carry on our bikes. As for the motorcycles, I will be riding my trusty F 800 GS, one of our members will be on a BMW R 1200 GS, and we will even have a Ducati Multistrada in company. Which bike will fair the best in rough terrain which will include a lot of dirt, some rocks and plenty of water? Stay tuned to find out!