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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-13-2008, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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Great vendor!!! very helpful, friendly, and great customer service.

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I have bought a WHOLE lot of stuff through them and yes I believe NIck was the person that I have been dealing with and I have nothing bad to say. I have had everything on time and the orders are right every time... A++++ serivice

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They seem to have a lot of good information posted on youtube.
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Ordered through them many times. No problems whatso ever. Allways great prices and customer service. And their youtube gear review videos are awesome and very helpful.

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got mine yesterday!!! great stuff!!! will order thru Nick again and again and again once my helmet comes out in Feb!! :-D

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- IWIN Smoked Integrated Tail Light
- T-Rex Frame Sliders
- R&G Clutch/Engine Protectors
- HotBodies Smoked Flush Mounts

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They seem to have a lot of good information posted on youtube.
They have a lot of video reviews on their website too.
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Yes...Another Thread for Sportbiketrackgear.com

I know there are other threads for STG here but I just wanted to relay my personal experience .

I started riding street bikes about a year ago. I had ridden dirt bikes all my life. I originally started with another vendor (not on this site) and had a decent experience. However, when I decided to go to the track I searched around and found STG and their YouTube reviews. These videos helped me out so I figured I would give them a shot...and I am glad I did!

I have worked with Andrew at ext 203, and his knowledge and customer service is top notch. He rides, like everyone there and gives honest straight forward opinions that have helped me make decisions, like not getting the Sidi Vortice boots and keeping my Supertech R's.

I have purchased everything from tires to rear sets (just today) I get AMAZING deals...and the shipping is amazingly fast. I am just all around pleased with my decision to work with them!

So if anyone is wondering if they should give them a shot or not, I can personally say they will be very pleased! And if you need someone to deal with there, everyone is great, but I am going to stick with Andrew. It might just be a RedHead thing but he has gone above and beyond for me on numerous occasion.

Ok time for me to go have a beer, and stop spending money, recession bah :all_cohol


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Gray,

Thanks for the kind words sir

Comments like these is what keeps us going and putting forth the effort that we do into all aspects of the business.

Hope to see you at the track this year!

-Andrew



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I know there are other threads for STG here but I just wanted to relay my personal experience .

I started riding street bikes about a year ago. I had ridden dirt bikes all my life. I originally started with another vendor (not on this site) and had a decent experience. However, when I decided to go to the track I searched around and found STG and their YouTube reviews. These videos helped me out so I figured I would give them a shot...and I am glad I did!

I have worked with Andrew at ext 203, and his knowledge and customer service is top notch. He rides, like everyone there and gives honest straight forward opinions that have helped me make decisions, like not getting the Sidi Vortice boots and keeping my Supertech R's.

I have purchased everything from tires to rear sets (just today) I get AMAZING deals...and the shipping is amazingly fast. I am just all around pleased with my decision to work with them!

So if anyone is wondering if they should give them a shot or not, I can personally say they will be very pleased! And if you need someone to deal with there, everyone is great, but I am going to stick with Andrew. It might just be a RedHead thing but he has gone above and beyond for me on numerous occasion.

Ok time for me to go have a beer, and stop spending money, recession bah :all_cohol
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Gray,

Thanks for the kind words sir

Comments like these is what keeps us going and putting forth the effort that we do into all aspects of the business.

Hope to see you at the track this year!

-Andrew


No problem man, I wouldn't say it if it wasn't true. Thanks for all of your help, I am getting ready to call you about something else...


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I've had very good shopping experiences with SBTG as well. A few things I like about them:

-Good communication. They answer their phones and always respond to your emails fairly quickly.
-They ship out quickly. An added bonus for us east coast guys is that they are in Michigan (I think).
-Good pricing.
-The videos actually help a lot.

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I've had very good shopping experiences with SBTG as well. A few things I like about them:

-Good communication. They answer their phones and always respond to your emails fairly quickly.
-They ship out quickly. An added bonus for us east coast guys is that they are in Michigan (I think).
-Good pricing.
-The videos actually help a lot.
I will be the first to tell you i'm a noob when it came to bikes, but there vids where AWESOME! I have ordered a few things from them as well and actually had to call the other day because I could'nt log my online account or w/e. One of the greatest things i've ever heard from a vendor when i called was "we prefer you call us to ensure you get the correct part for your bike." Instead of a noob like me shooting in the dark.

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Yeah I haven't ordered anything from them yet but I'll be sure to consider them on my next purchase. Their videos are helpful so I can admit that.:icon_lol:

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They seem to have a lot of good information posted on youtube.
I think their approach is the best i've seen. Some sites can't even managed to put a picture up that corresponds to the product....
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