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post #1 of 5 Old Dec 31st, 2009, 5:04 am Thread Starter
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Montgomeryville Cycle Center

Just received an e-mail from MCC they are now taking orders for the new line up of BMW bikes. They expect showroom bikes soon. They now have trained mechanics and will be stocking parts. They are located on Rt. 309 in Hatfield Pa.
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post #2 of 5 Old Dec 31st, 2009, 7:22 am
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I wish them well. It will be nice to have a dealer 15 minutes from where I live. I just hope they have taken notice on why three nearby BMW dealership went out of business in recent years and why one (Hermys) is thriving.
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The owner of Montgomeryville Cycles (Bob) is a stand up guy. He will go out of his way to help anyone customer or just passing through. I give them all my business and wish them great success.
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Not sure Bob still owns it. It is now one of a group of dealerships owned by Blackman's. Either they bought him out or they partnered in some form. I bought a few bikes there over the years and found them good to deal with. AND- it's only about 6 miles from home. Not many can say that these days.

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Not sure Bob still owns it. It is now one of a group of dealerships owned by Blackman's. Either they bought him out or they partnered in some form. I bought a few bikes there over the years and found them good to deal with. AND- it's only about 6 miles from home. Not many can say that these days.
Bob still owns it and they were so busy I got a chance to talk to Bob a few days before he got a much needed hip replacement in December. He directed me to his salesman, Matt and after a smile producing test drive of the 2013 R1200RT, I had a new bike on order.

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