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Can anyone recommend a good shipping company to send a Velocette from California to Maryland? I’ve checked with motorcycleshippers.com and they seem good; reviews on other shippers are mixed. Prices seem to vary between $700 - $900 but my main concern is getting a company that will do the job right. And apologies if this thread has come up before; I looked in the various fora and couldn’t find a recent discussion on the topic.


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Can anyone recommend a good shipping company to send a Velocette from California to Maryland? I’ve checked with motorcycleshippers.com and they seem good...
They moved 3 bikes long distance for me in the last 2 years.
No damage, no surprises. In transit tracking is handy for us impatient (or should that be inpatient?) types.


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Try: https://haulbikes.com/ I've used them at least 6 times and they have always been the best priced service when I checked around.

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Originally Posted by Sean W
I’ve checked with motorcycleshippers.com and they seem good


Originally Posted by Peter Quick
Try: https://haulbikes.com/ I've used them at least 6 times and they have always been the best-priced service when I checked around.


I can vouch for Motorcycle Shippers as well...very pleased. I wouldn't hesitate to give HAULBIKES my business as well.


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Thanks for the recommendations! Ended up going with haulbikes.com as they were very responsive and reasonably priced. Will let you know how it works out.


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