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Folks,

I knew there was trouble brewing but didn't realize how bad, until I went down to the aforementioned motorcycle shop. It is CLOSED and all of the bikes are gone. I have purchased 3 motorcycles from there in the last 4 years and as far as I am concerned do not have a bad word to say about the sales staff, part staff or service staff, or anyone affiliated with the shop. I was never treated anyway but like I was the only customer they ever had.

I am VERY particular about who works on my bikes because I am dumber than a bag of snot when it comes to doing maintenance.

The PROBLEM is after going there all these years, I do not have anyone to contact in the shop to determine where the service and sales guys went. If they went to another shop I will go there and I do not care where it is, because for me they were that good!

If ANYBODY out there can put me in contact with any of the guys, I will buy you lunch!! PLEASE send me cell contact information for Dave, Lance or Mike via PM.

Thanks.....Mike!!!

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Folks,

I have not heard a peep from anyone which makes me wonder if I am the only fella that purchased motorcycles from Shenandoah Honda! Which I would think would be near impossible.

If you are hesitant about giving out the information ask one of the guys before you do so. They all know me and I am not a WINGNUT, no pun intended!

Help a brother out!! Thanks....

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I hope Dave, Lance and Mike have last names as well. Pretty common first names.....

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" I was never treated anyway but like I was the only customer they ever had."
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There is a FaceBook page for "Team Shenandoah Honda/USWE-sports.com" with recent posts on it. If you have a Facebook account or know someone who does ('fraid I don't), you might be able to contact them to see if they have any relation to the dealership for which you seek.

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I didn't see this thread before I started mine. I just heard about this today


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Folks,

I knew there was trouble brewing but didn't realize how bad, until I went down to the aforementioned motorcycle shop. It is CLOSED and all of the bikes are gone. I have purchased 3 motorcycles from there in the last 4 years and as far as I am concerned do not have a bad word to say about the sales staff, part staff or service staff, or anyone affiliated with the shop. I was never treated anyway but like I was the only customer they ever had.

I am VERY particular about who works on my bikes because I am dumber than a bag of snot when it comes to doing maintenance.

The PROBLEM is after going there all these years, I do not have anyone to contact in the shop to determine where the service and sales guys went. If they went to another shop I will go there and I do not care where it is, because for me they were that good!

If ANYBODY out there can put me in contact with any of the guys, I will buy you lunch!! PLEASE send me cell contact information for Dave, Lance or Mike via PM.

Thanks.....Mike!!!
I'll call my buddy who deals (did) with them pretty regularly and ask him if he knows the whereabouts of the staff.

If you need service in the mean time. I'd certainly recommend Blue Ridge in Harrisonburg. Gary always does a great job. The parts are pricey there though.


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Mike is at Valley Cycle in Winchester VA. Lance is at there sister store in Martinsburg Motorsports.
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You are correct. Mike is at Valley Cycle Center along with I believe 2 other SH mechanics. Lance was at Martinsburg Motorsports but believe has moved to ? Dodge Dealership in Martinsburg ? Apple Valley I believe, part of Miller Auto Group. Dave,,, well he is working on a few things,, basically some schooling/tests/licensing type things.
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