Right, I do know everything this bike has been through and I've loved riding it. But the question is do I buy a bike with 12k on it or do I spend close to the same amount for one with 2k on it, or one with no miles on it, for not much more? When you buy a bike do you care how many miles are on it? Of course. If you were looking at two bikes, both at same price, but one has half the miles of the other it's obvious which one you'd go with.
My point is, it should be a no-brainer and it's not. A deal you just do without thinking. Every rider has been given the opportunity to buy their bike. As it is now I don't know of a single rider from this contest who is actually planning on purchasing their bike. What does that say?
No sales are not going to come to a halt and the NY Times is not going to write about it. But you can bet your ass Victory's competitors will relish it and use it to their advantage. If I'm selling Harley's or Stars or whatever against Victory I'd use it. It doesn't sound like good public relations to me. Maybe your definition is different than mine.
10' XC Skulls
10' Hammer S (traded in for the Skulls)
RPW Big Slash
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