I bought a bike in Kentucky and live in Houston, no big deal. Ride it home, well I haven't been on a bike in three years and it was a worn out goldwing. This is a nice fresh Buell and my body and mind aren't ready to make 988 mile first ride. Uship, whats that. I found a true bike trucker that loves what he does, and cares for your bike, even if it's not a chrome show bike. I hate shiney bikes. He didn't hold that against me and most bikers hate my beloved buells. Not the Indian Jack, he showed the bike the care even the dealer didn't. He gave advice on caring for and surviving the concrete jungle. I am happy to have my bike home w/out having to chance my safety, and he(jack) made it happen and at a very fair price. I hope if you need a transporter for your bike you will give the two wheel lovin Jack a chance to prove he cares. bike is 100 percent as loaded on trailer. He had to work late to meet my needs, and didn't show any signs of resenting a midnight delivery. Try Jack and enjoy. keep the rubber side down and have a blessed day, it is your gift from God. Don't waste a minute of his present to you.