Stark Varg dealer in CO and central U.S.


Johnny Depp

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Location
Austin TX
I think they sell and service the bikes.
The direct to consumer business model has been initiated by the initial order process without any dealers. Seems odd to do that now? Will these bikes come with VIN#'s requiring them to be treated like motor vehicles with titles etc., or perhaps no VIN like bicycles? I understand the need for a distributor and some means of warranty support, but I think the brick and mortar business model is over.
 

Rashid510

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The direct to consumer business model has been initiated by the initial order process without any dealers. Seems odd to do that now? Will these bikes come with VIN#'s requiring them to be treated like motor vehicles with titles etc., or perhaps no VIN like bicycles? I understand the need for a distributor and some means of warranty support, but I think the brick and mortar business model is over.

Any vehicle/motorcycle in a certain class per NHTSA regulations needs to have a VIN, Emissions Label and VIN Sticker. If the US DOT requires it, the EU requires it. Along with the ROW. E-Bikes really hit the limit of the regulations and really need to be classified too. I know in CA lots of municipalities are getting frustrated by e-bikes/scooters.
 

JGCyber3

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Location
Windsor, CO
Live about 5 miles from Elite - they are a great dealer, get my KTM's and Service done from them, good people, I trust them as they've always taken care of me....I ordered the Varg direct Day 1 but plan on having it shipped to Elite for Assembly & setup and ongoing maintenance / accessories! Gives me piece of mind they are close!
 

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