November 15, 2009

on Sunday, 15 November 2009.

This has been an extremely busy week. Scheduling has picked up tremendously for this time of year and our walk/ride in business has really been up for this time of year. I guess people are planning ahead this year or it could be the slow period is already over which would be a couple weeks earlier than previous years which is good.

The only part that has started picking up is the new/custom cover work. We get asked all the time if we offer covers and yes we do. For the new guys checking us out we have a custom cover page There are several examples of custom covers we have done for past customers shown there.

The weather has been pretty crappy here in the south east the past few days but this past weekend was great. Mid to upper 70's and to me that is the perfect riding temperature. We rode out to the CBA Swap meet to see what was going on over there and check out the bikes entered into the bike show.

This week we have a pretty full schedule of seats to work on and have a couple ride in customers coming to see to us. If you want to schedule all you have to do is call us 866-550-SEAT(7328) we handle all the scheduling on a first come first serve type basis and we have already started scheduling seats for January and February of 2010 so there are some guys planning ahead which is good because after Thanksgiving the calls start pouring in and we have filled a entire week in one day before so planning ahead pays off if you have a dead line and don't want to wait till the last minute.

Our Holiday schedule will be as follows. We will be closed November 26-29 for Thanksgiving and we will be closed December 24-27 for Christmas. We will also be closed Jan 1-4 for the new year.

Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.


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