Shipping A Motorcycle At The Lowest Cost

How many times clients, friends and bikers I am meeting all year long on the show tour ask me this question. Which motorcycle transporter do you recommend? It can be because you can’t or don’t have the time to ride from Key West to Sturgis, or just because you live in San Diego and just sold  your bike on eBay to a guy located in Boston.  Below is the definitive answer I am making to all of you.  In one simple online listing you can get most US transporters traveling your route compete for your business.Founded in 2003, uShip is the first and largest online marketplace for shipping services. You list anything you need shipped, your motorcycle, but also your car, boat, household, etc and receive bids from thousands of feedback-rated service providers, including movers, carriers, transporters, van lines, freight brokers and independent service providers. On any given day, there are thousands of shipments listed on uShip representing millions of dollars of business. It’s totally free for members to list shipments and for service providers to place bids. uShip’s reverse-auction format and patent-pending search technology dramatically reduce shipping costs by allowing service providers to find shipments along their routes and fill empty cargo space. uShip’s feedback system holds service providers accountable for their service and rewards those that perform well. Please visit the  uShip Website for more information and to list your motorcycle.

5 Responses to “Shipping A Motorcycle At The Lowest Cost”

  1. 1 Chris Hansen Jun 21st, 2008 at 11:14 am

    Transporters competing for your business. What a great concept.

  2. 2 Kephas Jun 22nd, 2008 at 8:54 am

    My bikes has its own wheels. If you have time for Sturgis, you have time to ride to Sturgis.

  3. 3 tattooeddmike Jun 22nd, 2008 at 1:20 pm

    I agree with Kephas, the ride is the reason we go.

  4. 4 Fausto Simoes Jun 23rd, 2008 at 8:04 am

    Thanks for the information Cyril.

  5. 5 psychodrew Jun 23rd, 2008 at 3:57 pm

    Depending on the route,it could be quite lame.15hrs same dam corn

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