View Poll Results: Has Iron Horse seen your bike be registered?

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  • Yes, very soon after purchase.

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  • Yes, though in my own time.

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  1. #1
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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead! IHBC Registration

    Having registered my 6POINT this Weekend, what is the rest of ownership doing?

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    Mine is second hand. I doubt I can register it. I might not even keep it. It's painted a really ugly color of green.
    My Bike: '03 Specialized HardRock FrankenBike
    My Blog: http://http://kona0197.wordpress.com/

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    Why do you do this? What do you guys expect from the registration???

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    ok, i'm lost...... are you talking about product registration of an Ironhorse bike...... or registering for the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic (some sort of race event)

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    Registering a Bike with the Company, like I have done three times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cubebiker
    Why do you do this? What do you guys expect from the registration???
    Why would this be done... To show to the individuals dedicated to your Sport & recreation that you appreciate them.
    Expectations? Common Courtesy goes alot farther than expectation.

    So who follows through and to what extent did you let IHBC know they were welcome?
    I have registered three Iron Horse bikes, like I said.

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    I think i take the more cynical view of product registration as a marketing database of potential future customers. Other than warranty I can't think of any other reasons for registration with a manufacturer.

    Also, I don't think I understand your last post.... common courtsey, let them know they were welcome? Who is "them"?

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    It was my understanding that I.H. went out of buisness to avoid some warranty issues , what does registering a bike to a nonexistant company accomplish ?

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    ^im with this guy. completely lost as to why we would do this?

    maybe the misses gave you too much syrup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ.MTNS
    It was my understanding that I.H. went out of buisness to avoid some warranty issues , what does registering a bike to a nonexistant company accomplish ?
    exactly my point, if IH was sold off to Pacific or whatever, then who would bikes be registered with?

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    Do you guys ever read UJ posts? This thread is utter nonsense and a waste of time.
    He must be out of his medication!
    His next post/poll will be asking if he should apply for a job at Eastern Airlines!

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    I recall that Iron Horse Name and Brand Identity still exists, as it was secured by the new owner. And since they accept Registration, it is the best way for feedback.
    As opposed to pre-blown garbage on the Internet, like the 'utter nonsense' and 'waste of time' shown on this Forum by a few users.

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