Chopaweeza Motorcycles Motorcycles - NSW

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Chopaweeza Motorcycles Motorcycles - NSW

Postby chopaweeza » Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:45 am

Been away for some time . We opened a month ago . A week later my wife's cancer finally claimed her and all that entails .

The Showroom is much like a Factory Outlet for our Import Business . We have a workshop and are in the process of separating a top quality mechanic & fabricator from where he works now . Have a steady stream of used spares , used late model Harleys , used older bikes and some crazy trade in's too .

So . The Import business is still functioning and going strong . The showroom is open for business and my aladin's cave of hard to find spares has for the most part been moved into the shop . We do buy Classic Japanese Bikes , we do buy/sell used spares , we sell bikes on Consignment , we do trade in's and we will be offering full workshop including fabrication & paint when Toddy starts with us .

Chopaweeza Motorcycles is located at Unit 6 , 70 Bells Line of Road , North Richmond , NSW - 02 4571 3994
We are open 9-5 Mon-Fri and 08.30- 3pm Saturday . Mention the forum and I'll see what I can do on the deal
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Re: Chopaweeza Motorcycles Motorcycles - NSW

Postby Bearcx » Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:22 am

*#@** mate. So sorry to hear about your missus. My condolences.

Good to hear the shop is up and running. Hope you can secure the tradies you're after. Bear. (CX)
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Re: Chopaweeza Motorcycles Motorcycles - NSW

Postby Pygmy » Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:27 am

my best wishes on your loss and hope all is going well with new shop, hang in there champ. pygmy
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Re: Chopaweeza Motorcycles Motorcycles - NSW

Postby neale » Mon Jul 15, 2013 5:48 pm

Sorry to hear the news, hope you guys will be OK.
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Re: Chopaweeza Motorcycles Motorcycles - NSW

Postby chopaweeza » Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:15 pm

My late wife took two years to die and you get used to the idea they will not be there . Few knew that when I had the opening day the doctors had told me she would be coming home to die and she died a week later . I have mourned and now I've moved on with my life . I have a multi-national company to run , a new showroom , extra employees and all that adds up to being pretty busy . I have no time to curl up crying or for self pity . My staff need to know that the company will have the pays in on time and will be the career they hoped so I have more then just me to worry about .

Live life every day . Don't stress the little things . Do what you love . Thats what I do now and how my life now works .

The Chopaweeza Motor Group is growing and is expanding . We work hard , play hard and like Cup Cakes with sprinkles . So if you are in the neighbourhood drop by for a sticky beak and bring your wallet as I have some wicked parts you will want .

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Re: Chopaweeza Motorcycles Motorcycles - NSW

Postby Happosai » Tue Jul 16, 2013 12:34 pm

Love your attitude Wayne, sorry for your loss and all the best for your bussiness endevours

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Re: Chopaweeza Motorcycles Motorcycles - NSW

Postby Tex » Tue Jul 16, 2013 1:36 pm

Like many other long-term contributors and lurkers on here, I have watched the "evolution" of Chopaweeza over the years. From the times of sleepless nights during the Chopper Build-Off , to being run over by a prospective car buyer, to times when tolerance of others was minimal and the "site censors" had to step in, etc etc.. Its been a hell of a read and a good journey.
So it's pleasing to see Chopaweeza Motor Group with its own premises, staff and business plan, and Wayne as the CEO, now growing & expanding into a competitive business on the Motorbike scene. Good luck with your future plans.

Respect.
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