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Question I want to transport a bike from the UK to Brandenburg, Germany.. Can anyone advise !

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I need to transport a motorbike from St Albans, Hertfordshire to Brandenburg in Germany..

I've had a few quotes from James Cargo, Bike Movers UK and waiting on a quote from SOS Motorcycle Recovery and Chas Mortimer in Kent...

Have any of you UK guys arranged shipment of a bike to Europe and can give any advice on who to use..

Alternatively, is there anyone on the forum who is willing and can transport a bike to Germany ?

Any help and advice is much appreciated.

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Ask them - they are specialists for UK form here:

http://stahlross-transporte.de/

They bring a lot of Harleys to Germany.

Unfortunately they have no hp in English. Try to phone or write an Email (in English).

Did you try http://www.uship.com/uk/?=

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I'll ride it over mate I'm cheap to lol £1 per mile plus expenses and return flight lol

What have people quoted mate for that trip then

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You can also try TNT Express special services. I know that they sometimes do transport for the Yamaha MotoGP team and importers from several brands.

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I need to transport a motorbike from St Albans, Hertfordshire to Brandenburg in Germany..

I've had a few quotes from James Cargo, Bike Movers UK and waiting on a quote from SOS Motorcycle Recovery and Chas Mortimer in Kent...

Have any of you UK guys arranged shipment of a bike to Europe and can give any advice on who to use..

Alternatively, is there anyone on the forum who is willing and can transport a bike to Germany ?

Any help and advice is much appreciated.

Cheers
John

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John,

I have some buddies on the Laverda forum and they are up and down Europe like a tart's knickers,,,Let me find out.

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Would require a very low approach Dave.

Can they do that ? ; )
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Ask them - they are specialists for UK form here:

http://stahlross-transporte.de/

They bring a lot of Harleys to Germany.

Unfortunately they have no hp in English. Try to phone or write an Email (in English).

Did you try http://www.uship.com/uk/?=

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Thanks Jochen... I will pass on this information to my friend in Germany and get him to give them a ring call for a quote..

Cheers
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I have some buddies on the Laverda forum and they are up and down Europe like a tart's knickers,,,Let me find out.

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John..see the pm I sent u : )

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