Upstate Cycle had replaced tire and put a tube in. Last week tire goe... read more Upstate Cycle had replaced tire and put a tube in. Last week tire goes flat. Had it fixed at powersports of greenville. Mechanic there showed me the tube that was put in from upstate cycle was way too big. Tube was folded when put in.
12 yrs ago Pete went thru my 96" S&S motor 4 me. Asked me what I wante... read more 12 yrs ago Pete went thru my 96" S&S motor 4 me. Asked me what I wanted and I told him; a strong reliable street engine. It still hauls ass after so many yrs and lots of miles. OH 2 SC and back several times. Even a round trip 2 CO of 2500 miles w/o a hiccup. Building another ride now and my new engine is going 2 Pete 1st
I feel this is an accurate, fair review of the people and products off... read more I feel this is an accurate, fair review of the people and products offered at Moped World. What I don't feel is accurate is what I've found to be the presentation of results among the five major search engine providers: While Moped World shows no stars on the search engine results page; a competitor two links down reflects a 4.5 out of 5.0 rating. However, upon opening the links to each respectively, Moped World should have a 5.0 rating at the top of the page; and the competitor, in reality had only 1 - 5 start review and 7 - one star reviews (rating him as AWFUL). I called Yahoo (in that rank on page is based on review and there are obvious errors in computer coding/language). They did reset page 1, which removed a negative rating wrongly reflected by 1 star w/only 5 star reviews; however, the page displayed after opening the link still incorrectly reflects one star at the top while there are clearly only 5 star reviews for this dealer. Google (based on review, seems to be correct in all respects); Ask.com (affiliated with CitySearch) appears to correctly reflect reviews, Bing tests correctly for second page. My point is: If yoo care enough to write a review, please make sure your review is accurately reflected on the search engine page and results page displayed upon opening the link. If not, follow the help link to either post or chat notifying the provider of these issues - as a customer providing data, you have a right to have the data correctly presented - doing so will at least result in the provider resetting the page(s) which sometimes corrects the problem. Otherwise, what's the point for reviews if we can't depend upon the integrity of the results?