VT Cycles never closed!!

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VT Cycles never closed!!

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Ive seen a lot of threads saying about VT Cycles being closed... I just got off the phone with Steve from VT, they are still in business... He said they are a little short handed, and the best way to get a hold of him is by email at vtcycles@gmail.com... Just thought i should clear this up for some people cause VT is one of the best places to go for parts, and just to let everyone know they carry more than what the web page shows...
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Greetings:

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Good to know. :coolcruise:
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Yup they are still open but with different hours and a slightly different location. They downsized the store and are now located in the rear of the store instead of the whole unit. Their hours are now Tue-Fri 2:30PM to 6PM closed Monday, Saturday and Sundays now. Hopefully I can update their website with the new hours sometime soon, sorry about that.

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Glad to see you folks are still in the biz..... Most honest and RELIABLE I have come across BUY from VT so they can afford some help and a new storefront!
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martynkim wrote:Glad to see you folks are still in the biz..... Most honest and RELIABLE I have come across BUY from VT so they can afford some help and a new storefront!
Actually I am no longer a part of VT Cycles although I am still part of the "family". Steve is like a brother to me so if he needs help I'm there for him. I miss it at the shop but other things in life came up which needed my full attention (my kid's) so I could no longer work with Steve or the other guys at the shop, I miss them most of all. Just email Steve if you guys need anything from him, even with the rapid rise in shipping costs due to fuel costs he is still trying to keep costs down for his customers.

Wish me luck on my new business venture (air guns lol).

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guen84 wrote:Ive seen a lot of threads saying about VT Cycles being closed... I just got off the phone with Steve from VT, they are still in business... He said they are a little short handed, and the best way to get a hold of him is by email at vtcycles@gmail.com... Just thought i should clear this up for some people cause VT is one of the best places to go for parts, and just to let everyone know they carry more than what the web page shows...
Thank god, had a feelin it was all gossip

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Keoni wrote:
martynkim wrote:Glad to see you folks are still in the biz..... Most honest and RELIABLE I have come across BUY from VT so they can afford some help and a new storefront!
Actually I am no longer a part of VT Cycles although I am still part of the "family". Steve is like a brother to me so if he needs help I'm there for him. I miss it at the shop but other things in life came up which needed my full attention (my kid's) so I could no longer work with Steve or the other guys at the shop, I miss them most of all. Just email Steve if you guys need anything from him, even with the rapid rise in shipping costs due to fuel costs he is still trying to keep costs down for his customers.

Wish me luck on my new business venture (air guns lol).

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burnt_toast wrote:VT Cycles kicks *
True, true!!! :rock:
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vt cycles is done deal :confused:
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