posting a bike- getting it taken some where

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posting a bike- getting it taken some where

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Right I emailed invisiframe as they don't currently do a kit for my bike, they replied and said if I can get it to them, they will design it and fit it for £50. absolute bargain.

now how to I get it there??? its a 154 mile trip there, then back, so 300 total, not sure the wife would be happy with that.
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Paisley Freight but is £50+ each way
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I’ve had a quick look and with the bikes value it’s not cheap to send. Driving might be the cheapest option. If they send it back that is.
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Whilst we all know that's an essential journey do you reckon you'll get the same response from the Rozzers?
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Not sure, but if it was not for the lock down I’d go in a heartbeat
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