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    I was wondering if Wilsons shut there doors over near Jensen.I drive by there all the time and don't see any m/c out front any more.I was told Cinder not there either,she gone,kinda sad,I alway's enjoyed talking w/ her.Sure hope Robert is around,he's the only guy who touches my Ducati...
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    Closed as of July 8th. All operations is out of the Clovis store.. Cindy is no longer with them..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa Duck View Post
    I was wondering if Wilsons shut there doors over near Jensen.I drive by there all the time and don't see any m/c out front any more.I was told Cinder not there either,she gone,kinda sad,I alway's enjoyed talking w/ her.Sure hope Robert is around,he's the only guy who touches my Ducati...
    Robert is still over at the new shop. He has been gone with Fong for the motoamerica races lately but the seasons coming to an end.
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    Is that other place bigger and is it easy to get your bike in and out ? To bad,I liked where it was at..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa Duck View Post
    Is that other place bigger and is it easy to get your bike in and out ? To bad,I liked where it was at..
    New shop isn't quite as big, but it's in a lot more convenient location and nicer building. They also have a bicycle department in the corner now. Has a huge parking lot so very easy to get in/out of there with a trailer or anything you've got.
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    This is really good news,I really hope they do good and cant wait to see it myself,thanks guys...
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    I think they made a mistake when they moved from downtown. It was the U.S.'s longest running original motorcycle dealership in the same location. Talk about history
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadKaw View Post
    I think they made a mistake when they moved from downtown. It was the U.S.'s longest running original motorcycle dealership in the same location. Talk about history
    2nd that. The shop was small and they wanted more space but as you said it was the history of the place

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    Yeah they can do more volume now
    1968- "two stroke power cost only a fraction of what had to be spent to get the same from a four stroke"

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