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yes a 6 month warranty
no but there again i didnt expect the bike to be faulty and nearly kill us if it had been serviced and checked properly this wouldnt have happened it was a bearing that was siezed that hadnt been greased and was probably like that when i got it as 2000 miles wouldnt cause that to happen
so what would you do? as i have lost 200 pounds in recovering the bike back to the garage and i am without a bike and dont know when im getting the bike back and cant go away anywhere at the weekends? i just want to know what i can do am i best to get a soliciter to write them a letter as far as im concerned it isnt an accident as it should never have happened the motorcycle wasnt fit for the purpose it was sold for, me and my son are lucky to be here i just dont trust the garage and there customer care isnt even worth mentioning as they dont have any? why should i have to suffer the financial cost and be without when it wasnt my fault?