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post #1 of 7 Old Jun 11th, 2009, 7:14 pm Thread Starter
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The Victory Motorcycle Dealership in Tulsa Ok brought the BMW line into their dealership last summer. Apparently it didn't work out and all the bikes are gone. They do have BMW gear left that they are selling at cost. I was really hoping the dealership would make a go of it.

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I'm going through there Saturday on a SS 1,000. How far are they off I-40? I'm coming up I-35 from Dallas.

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Bout 90 miles from either I-40 or I-35

Both of those highways go thru central OK. Tulsa is in N. E. OK.

Maybe you're thinking I-44 ?



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I'll be back down there Tuesday to close on my house. I'll go by and take a look. Can't believe that, as they just started carrying BMW not long ago.

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The Victory Motorcycle Dealership in Tulsa Ok brought the BMW line into their dealership last summer. Apparently it didn't work out and all the bikes are gone. They do have BMW gear left that they are selling at cost. I was really hoping the dealership would make a go of it.
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Finally made it down there yesterday. No hard parts for the LT left, but picked up a pair of kakhi riding pants that change into shorts, list $199 paid $129. Also a long sleeve riding shirt, list $67 paid $44. Not too bad. They said the reason for this is that BMW is real picky on dealers signage, square footage for the BMW bikes and other things that they couldn't accomodate right now for a bike that doesn't sell too much. Too bad the bikes weren't at costs. They still have them, just not displayed.

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Bout 90 miles from either I-40 or I-35

Both of those highways go thru central OK. Tulsa is in N. E. OK.

Maybe you're thinking I-44 ?



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