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Old 09-09-2020, 10:40 AM   #21
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Old 09-09-2020, 03:25 PM   #22
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Seems like the sponsor section could use activation. Seems there’s very few new posts in there.
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Speaking of Triumph, and bumping an older thread, there should be a few of us in attendance for my Sunday morning ride! see the post in the events/ride section
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I’ve been visiting y’all’s parts counter. Just got a call y’all had my seals. LoL.
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Old 09-28-2022, 08:53 PM   #31
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I know this is an ancient thread, as are many these days.
Just posting up that British USA aka Gulf Coast BMW is for all practical purposes evaporated. Apparently they still are doing some bike maintenance and maybe something with parts but looks like the bikes are all gone from the show room. My understanding is Iron Supply has the last of Brit USA's inventory.
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I know this is an ancient thread, as are many these days.
Just posting up that British USA aka Gulf Coast BMW is for all practical purposes evaporated. Apparently they still are doing some bike maintenance and maybe something with parts but looks like the bikes are all gone from the show room. My understanding is Iron Supply has the last of Brit USA's inventory.
Yeah the owner is a meth head
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I know. Cliff is a good dude and I'm really sorry he fell into that pit. Very few ever return.
It's a shame all the good people who worked for him are out of a job, as well.
He built that shop from a 2 car garage on a back street to professional dealership with at least 3 major brands. Triumph, BMW and Zero.
I hope he can get his life together but he's probably lost most of what he ever had, including his life's work.
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