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Old 04-29-2009, 08:48 AM   #721
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Does it do adventure, i.e. dual-sport as well?

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That's Cylon, my FZ6. First bike, and it was the right choice for me. I will own additional bikes in the future, but this one does just about everything I need. The only thing it wouldn't do well is make a cross-country trip to see you; maybe an FJR1300A or equivalent is in my future.
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Old 04-29-2009, 04:39 PM   #722
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As YOU know, anything could be dual sported :) It's all about willingness to damage your bike.....

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Does it do adventure, i.e. dual-sport as well?
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Old 04-29-2009, 04:41 PM   #723
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Hey, people travel around the world on 50cc scooters, I'm sure FZ6 could do cross country trip with no problem. It's way more fun to cover less miles a day and make a lot of stops than iron butt on FJR...... I have done both, I know

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That's Cylon, my FZ6. First bike, and it was the right choice for me. I will own additional bikes in the future, but this one does just about everything I need. The only thing it wouldn't do well is make a cross-country trip to see you; maybe an FJR1300A or equivalent is in my future.
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Old 04-29-2009, 06:34 PM   #724
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I ordered a pair of Apache boots from Dennis about a week ago. I went out of town on business and when I returned, I found out that the boots were a bit too big for me. Dennis sent out another pair so I could do a comparison without question. Most online vendors would require you to send the articles back before shipping out new ones. What kind of vendor does something like this? I'll tell you. Someone who wants repeat business. Someone who cares about customer satisfaction. Someone like Dennis.
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Old 04-29-2009, 06:47 PM   #725
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I ordered a pair of Apache boots from Dennis about a week ago. I went out of town on business and when I returned, I found out that the boots were a bit too big for me. Dennis sent out another pair so I could do a comparison without question. Most online vendors would require you to send the articles back before shipping out new ones. What kind of vendor does something like this? I'll tell you. Someone who wants repeat business. Someone who cares about customer satisfaction. Someone like Dennis.
Dennis runs his business like a "Mickey Mouse" operation ! That is, if you ever been do a Disney park, he makes it real EZ to give him more and more $$$$!! I am glad most businesses aren't run like BeachMoto (I would be BROKE)!!!

A VERY HAPPY CUSTOMER of BeachMoto,

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Old 04-29-2009, 07:13 PM   #726
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Hi,

Any recommandations for good winter - rain gloves?

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Old 04-29-2009, 07:21 PM   #727
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That is precisely what I was trying to establish - would DrF be willing to dual sport his FZ6 :)

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Old 04-30-2009, 06:18 PM   #728
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REV'IT Sirocco Jacket & Turbine Pants & Comet Gloves

Dennis the size 52 in the Turbine pants showed up today and they fit a lot better than the 54's. Thanks alot. Excellent service. (BEACHMOTO)Going to give the gear a test run tommorrow. Will be getting a SAS-TEC upgrade here from you next month. Thanks again.
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Old 04-30-2009, 06:31 PM   #729
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Well, winter gloves could be quite different from rain gloves. If you really want winter gloves with insulation I would recommend KELVIN, if you simply want waterproof glove for nasty weather go with ZENITH or GT H2O. Cheers,

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Any recommandations for good winter - rain gloves?

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Old 05-01-2009, 11:19 AM   #730
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Dennis,

Why don't you mention the Fahrenheit H20? I thought this is a winter glove and waterproof? Am I wrong?

Thanks

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Well, winter gloves could be quite different from rain gloves. If you really want winter gloves with insulation I would recommend KELVIN, if you simply want waterproof glove for nasty weather go with ZENITH or GT H2O. Cheers,

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Old 05-01-2009, 11:45 AM   #731
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FAHRENHEIT is a great deal because it's waterproof, warm and discounted from it's original price. Think of KELVIN as of new FAHRENHEIT. KELVIN is sized slightly bigger. Some people like the subdued look of FAHRENHEIT without exposed knuckle protectors. You cannot go wrong with either one. Cheers,

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Why don't you mention the Fahrenheit H20? I thought this is a winter glove and waterproof? Am I wrong?

Thanks

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Old 05-01-2009, 11:52 AM   #732
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Are you allowed to ship to Canada, or do I have to use an address in the US. Please take also the freight cost in consideration.
Let me know and will get a hold of you, to place order.

Thanks

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FAHRENHEIT is a great deal because it's waterproof, warm and discounted from it's original price. Think of KELVIN as of new FAHRENHEIT. KELVIN is sized slightly bigger. Some people like the subdued look of FAHRENHEIT without exposed knuckle protectors. You cannot go wrong with either one. Cheers,

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Old 05-01-2009, 12:53 PM   #733
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Billy,

I ship to Canada USPS so you are not stuck paying outrageous UPS brokerage fees. Shipping will cost you $15 (I will cover the rest) Cheers,

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Are you allowed to ship to Canada, or do I have to use an address in the US. Please take also the freight cost in consideration.
Let me know and will get a hold of you, to place order.

Thanks

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Old 05-03-2009, 06:10 PM   #734
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so beachmoto... Great work

So I ordered a Turbine jacket a week ago on Sunday at 10:00 PM. It shipped the next morning along with an email and a tracking number. Thanks for the fast turn around.

Once it got here It was too big. I'd listened to the recommendations of some and ordered it one size bigger than usual. I ordered another a size smaller on my mobile as it was all I had available at the time. Once I got home and checked out the return policy, it seemed it would be easier for me to ship my first one back as an exchange for merchandise rather than a return. I emailed Dennis and 'splained the situation on Saturday night. Sunday morning I had a reply saying it was no problem and that he had already figured the problem.

You don't get one on one personalized service like this every day. Beachmoto will be my only source for any rev'it! gear in the future.

Thanks for the great service Dennis!
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Old 05-05-2009, 12:10 AM   #735
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You are welcome. Moral of the story: do not order one size bigger

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So I ordered a Turbine jacket a week ago on Sunday at 10:00 PM. It shipped the next morning along with an email and a tracking number. Thanks for the fast turn around.

Once it got here It was too big. I'd listened to the recommendations of some and ordered it one size bigger than usual. I ordered another a size smaller on my mobile as it was all I had available at the time. Once I got home and checked out the return policy, it seemed it would be easier for me to ship my first one back as an exchange for merchandise rather than a return. I emailed Dennis and 'splained the situation on Saturday night. Sunday morning I had a reply saying it was no problem and that he had already figured the problem.

You don't get one on one personalized service like this every day. Beachmoto will be my only source for any rev'it! gear in the future.

Thanks for the great service Dennis!
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