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Cycle Concept Inc. Introduces Fast Lube Package for Motorcycles

Cycle Concept Inc. has put together a comprehensive fast lube package designed for the auto industry. Contrary to popular belief, motorcycles can be serviced in the same operations as autos. The team at Cycle Concepts has worked with two major quick lube companies and devised a package that will enhance traffic and profitability for all that think "outside the box."

Yes It Can Be Done! Cycle Concept Inc. has put together a comprehensive fast lube package designed for the auto industry. Contrary to popular belief, motorcycles can be serviced in the same operations as autos. The team at Cycle Concepts has worked with two major quick lube companies and devised a package that will enhance traffic and profitability for all that think “outside the box.”

Some would say “motorcycles need special tools, special training, and bikers won’t go to a fast lube car shop.” Well, Cycle Concept’s consultants have been to the two companies and observed the footprint and layouts of both operations, studied their procedures and interviewed their personnel. The outcome was in most cases the facilities needed slight modification to lifts in use, a wheel balancer and the proper inventory.

There are motorcycle techs working for you now and if there aren’t, Cycle Concepts have both UTI  (United Technical Institute) and MMI (Motorcycle Mechanics Institute) as a partner for employee placement.

There are three packages available. These packages can work in both stand-alone and franchise situations and include inventory, IT integration, sales and tech support. The additional sales and profits are yours as there’s no royalties or franchise fees. 

For more information or to get set up, contact Jay Hassett at [email protected].

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