Let me second this call, I just received a delivery from DesignCorse overnight of MotoCorse rear sets, gear and brake levers and frame plugs.
The service is so far ahead of any of the online providers that I have used in the past, they are certainly in a different league!
Great response to email enquiries from Al and the Design Corse team (Emily and Sarah)
Delivery was sent way ahead of my expectation and was packed and protected with care and attention.
I would place an order of any value with Design Corse without hesitation.
Sorry for hijacking your thread Number 2 but felt this may add value to your initial comments
i will post some pics of my new shiny bits once fitted
I hate those guys. They send me emails with deals on great parts, show their actual in-stock parts on their website, ship stuff quickly, and have great pricing and service. Contemptible bastards just make it too easy for me to spend money. :stickpoke
Keep up the great work Al. Just don't start carrying Aprilia parts or you'll bankrupt me. :ahhh: :smoking:
MV Agusta page on Facebook just posted this:
"What's your top question for MV Agusta? Write it in the comments below or via Instagram stories.
Timur Sardarov, CEO of MV Agusta Motor, will answer during live Q&A on IG TV.
Saturday, 10.30 CET "
I posted my question in comments so if you have any...
George, Andrew and I haven't purchased anything from them in some time and I think that might be the reason they are closing. All jokes aside, it's sad that we are losing a great vendor. Their selection and service have been impeccable during the years I've done business with Al.
So I was at the local bike shop today to get ORV stickers for the ATVs. A dealer rep overheard me repeating "It's an MV Agusta". We chatted a bit. It seems TT Cycles in Detroit is no longer in business. Ducati Detroit has acquired the MV brand. The rep says their service department is top notch...