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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
PostPosted: Tue Nov 01, 2011 8:39 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
PostPosted: Tue Nov 01, 2011 10:49 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
PostPosted: Tue Nov 01, 2011 11:32 pm 
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+1 on the cellular option- works well for locations that do not have underground utilities. One of my shops got hit for 70k in tools a few years ago. At least inventory dollars can be easily replaced by your ins policy as the stuff is new- mechanics are terrible at keeping receipts for tools and they get depreciated.
Although it may be a while before they are back you can bet you are on the radar.


Not sure about PW's insurance policy, but all we have ever been pitched has a per unit deductible for instances such as this which means $20-30k potentially not covered by this incident just in cost alone and lost revenue potential is just that,....lost.

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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...a per unit deductible for instances such as this which means $20-30k potentially not covered ...and lost revenue...


Yep, that's the typical dealership insurance. ::cry::

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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any update?????!?

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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Man that is fricken horrible. I am a frequent customer at that location. hate to hear it.


Paul Wright wrote:
Our Woodstock store got hit by some pros last night. They knew exactly what they were doing, cut all power, cut phone lines, cut everything that looked like a phone line. Broke in, disabled the alarm, took about 20 new KTM's, along with apparel, etc. We have been able to get the power, phones, and alarm functional again, and we are open for business at both stores.

If by any chance you happen to see a lot of mostly 2011 and 2012 KTM's someplace odd, like in the back of a U-Haul truck, please call the police.



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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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Not much of an update to give. No suspects, no bikes recovered, machete still handy for the day I find the little scumbags. An eye for an eye, and arm for a bike.

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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Paul,
Do all the Vin numbers on the stolen bikes get sent to all the KTM
Dealerships in North America.
I know down here Every Time i get outboard motor parts they always ask for
Model# & Serial# . (Even when You tell them the size and year)
Why don't they do that with Motorcycle parts.
Sooner or later someones going to need OEM parts for those bikes.


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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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Ann& Bob wrote:
Paul,
Do all the Vin numbers on the stolen bikes get sent to all the KTM
Dealerships in North America.

We list the bikes as stolen with KTM, so any warranty claims or other VIN checks will show they are stolen. They are also in the police stolen vehicle database. Maybe one day we will get a hit.... like with my baseball bat upside one of those sucka's heads!

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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I read a story about a guy getting his '00 CR250 back after being stolen for 10 years...someone will eventually mess up and you'll be selling some used KTM's before you know it...


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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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darn!!! That's so crazy. I go in there all the time. Tyler and those guys are good guys. Wow, pros forsure. They had to move them outta state of another country. Those guys knew what's up. Karma is a Billy Jean. I worked my tush off to get the 07 I have. Get a job fools!

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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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The KTM's are the most expensive bikes down in Brazil - at least USD 20.000 the cheapest ones.. but the customs are really paying attention in any import.. they want the tax over it, which is a lot of - total 100% of invoice value-.. so first.. they need one invoice to brake in the country... that mean.. VIN numbers and everything else related to a specific name... Brazil just accept brand new bike.. they do not take used bikes...that being said...to sell those bikes in the black market they would have to ship the bikes to another country and then take it in a small illegal truck inside the country... it is not easy for 20 bikes...
They probably will take it to another country with less import restrictions like Uruguay... ::duh::

I am sorry to hear about it...

Before a leave the US I might BUY one from you Paul to take back but it wil be legal...


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 Post subject: Re: Break-in, Bikes stolen from KTM World Woodstock
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last 2 honda's I've sold, xr200 and a crf250x were both shipped to south america, one to brazil and one to guatemala

they ship by boat half way and drive the rest of the way

both the guys had xr250's in the truck already when they picked up my bikes

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