Motorcycle Transport in Canada


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EasyBadger
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Motorcycle Transport in Canada

Post by EasyBadger » Thu Apr 26, 2018 6:51 pm



Hi everybody,

I'm looking for a affordable motorcycle transport company from Ontario to Alberta for my Goldwing.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Jens



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Re: Motorcycle Transport in Canada

Post by Good Hondog » Thu Apr 26, 2018 9:01 pm

Hi Jens. A good friend of mine had a 1969 Triumph Bonneville delivered to Bragg Creek from Ontario not too long ago. They did a good job getting the bike to him. As soon as I can contact him I'll find out who he used and let you know more details. Don't forget we have a VJMC meeting again in 2 weeks.

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Re: Motorcycle Transport in Canada

Post by Good Hondog » Fri Apr 27, 2018 12:28 pm

OK, I contacted my friend and he gave a good recommendation to the people he used. They were called Mackie Moving Systems. Their website is www.mackiegroup.com and they have locations all across Canada. Hope you get your Wing home without any issues Jens, regardless of what movers you end up choosing. Talk to you later.

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Re: Motorcycle Transport in Canada

Post by brettchallenger » Fri Apr 27, 2018 2:01 pm

It's only 2000 miles or so, ride. Of course, there is the possiblility of being eaten by a bear, or dying from exposure. Getting lost and not being found for 20 years, by which time you have married a wolf and have developed terrible table manners. But hey-ho.
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Re: Motorcycle Transport in Canada

Post by Good Hondog » Sat Apr 28, 2018 11:38 am

brettchallenger wrote:
Fri Apr 27, 2018 2:01 pm
It's only 2000 miles or so, ride. Of course, there is the possiblility of being eaten by a bear, or dying from exposure. Getting lost and not being found for 20 years, by which time you have married a wolf and have developed terrible table manners.
:lol: Poor Jens. Despite the fact that there are signs posted in all the national parks here that clearly state "Don't Feed The Bears" I guess the GoldwingDocs members will have to create a gofundme.com page for him to hire his bike movers to ensure he can stay home and remain safe.

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Re: Motorcycle Transport in Canada

Post by EasyBadger » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:26 pm

No worries, I can deal with animals and the outdoors. Lost in the woods with nobody around- I would love to be off the grid. ;-).



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