The MotoClub Launches New Purchasing Concept for Powersports Enthusiasts.
The MotoClub announces the launch of a new purchasing concept for powersports enthusiasts. Now motorcycle, ATV, personal watercraft and snowmobile enthusiasts can have access to an extensive inventory of comprehensive parts and accessories with no retail markup through www.motoclubwholesale.com
. MotoClub membership allows access to confidential insider pricing on thousands of brand name parts and accessories. Members are also offered access to special discounts on installation services as well as discounts on special events through the MotoClub’s marketing partners. The MotoClub also provides a social networking framework for advice and the sharing of expertise among current and prospective members.
"Membership-based businesses are nothing new and have proven to be viable and successful business models," said co-founder Tyson Silva. "Now the MotoClub brings that same concept to the powersports market. In our economy, everyone needs to save as much as possible and still get the items they want and need. For powersports enthusiasts, the MotoClub makes that happen."The MotoClub offers three levels of membership: Basic, Gold and Platinum. All levels of membership provide the same purchasing savings with no retail mark-up pricing. With the MotoClub Platinum level membership, all products are available without any annual spending limits or restrictions on aftermarket or OEM product purchases. Membership pricing starts at as little as $179 per year.Founders Sage Wilkinson and Tyson Silva have extensive experience in the motorcycle industry from shop owners and club racers to factory race mechanic and track day provider. Silva manages Cascade Tracktime and is the North American distributor of Airfence Safety Systems. Wilkinson has been involved in regional and professional motorcycle racing for over 15 years.The MotoClub is based in Lake Oswego, OR. For more information about the MotoClub, please visit the company’s website at www.motoclubwholesale.com
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