Cyclone Motorcycle Rescue - Towing and Transport
 
  
 817-308-9086
 
About Us
 
 We promise to
run this business at a profit,
but not at the expense
of the bikers.
 
 
 
     Cyclone Motorcycle Rescue, Towing & Transport is based on the belief that our customers' needs and safety are of the utmost importance.
     Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs, with over 40 years experience loading bikes. 
     As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
      We welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
 
                                                                   24/7/365
Motorcycle Towing Service,
transport by appointment: 
817-308-9086
 
Serving all of North Texas from beautiful downtown Euless 
for over 12 years!
  
Motorcycle Towing Gift Certificates
available for your
Holiday and Special Occasion
gift giving needs.
 
Additional questions or need further information about
Your Motorcycle Towing ?
 
Phone: (817) 308-9086
 
 
PO Box 2012
Grapevine TX 76099
 
New Year's Eve...or any holiday: 
Designate D Driver 
gets Rider & Bike  safely home  for the holidays. 
 
Designate D Driver  Gift Certificates available
817-366-3270
 
 


Things we think
you should know:
 
FIRST:   Everybody, please upgrade your motorcycle roadside assistance as most Motorcycle Towing Services charge $85 Service Fee plus $3 a mile.
This means you are charged  $3 /mile from the time they leave their base until they unload your bike. Your "full" HOG membership will pay for the first $100, then the rest comes out of your pocket. Your insurance pays only $50-75.
Please check to see you have the best coverage you can afford.
 
Some suggested plans are
American Motorcyclist Association,
Motorcycle Towing Service
and
 Motorcycle Riders Foundation.
 
We do not sell
roadside assistance packages. 
 We do not work for them,
we work for YOU.
 
SECOND:   call your preferred motorcycle towing service FIRST, then Roadside Assistance. This gets us on the road to you faster and ensures you get who you want handling your bike. You have to tell them we are on our way, then work out payment arrangements, usually you pay the driver and ask for reimbursement from your provider.  
       
 We are often told our rates are
"too much".   
 
My defense reply is "These are rates set by YOUR insurance provider”. We are not taking advantage of your desperate situation.  We are simply asking a fair price for the service we provide. 
 
Please understand what you are paying for is OUR TIME to come get you & your bike and take you where ever you want to go, (be it 4 miles or 40miles)  
 
You are paying for OUR EXPERTISE of over 12 years in knowing how to transport your precious cargo without damage to your bike. 
 
You are NOT paying for our “nice trailer” outfitted specifically to haul bikes or the soft ties and covered straps we use to tie down your bike. 
 
You are NOT paying for the live feed video of your bike in our trailer or the cargo insurance that covers your bike in our possession. 
 
You are NOT paying for the uniforms our trained drivers wear or the cool beverages we offer. 
You are NOT paying for our SMART Phone which allows us to SECURELY accept your credit/debit card on site. 
 
You are NOT paying for the CHASE TRUCK at a local charity ride where our donation is FREE TOWING. 
 
You are NOT paying for the call from someone in our PAY IT FORWARD programs, or the GOA loss of income from the rider who left his bike on the toll way that is impounded. 
 
 
    
  "WHAT SHOULD I DO
IF I GO DOWN ?"
The most serious problem bikers have to deal with is the inevitable traffic accident. Approximately 70% of all multi-vehicle accidents involving a motorcycle are not the motorcyclist's fault.
The following will help you protect your rights and answer the question: What should I do if I go down?
 
INFORMATION TO GET IMMEDIATELY:
 
1. Witnesses: This is listed first for they will disappear the fastest (especially due to the public's fear of bikers). Try and get some sort of identification so they might be contacted later, i.e., name, address, phone number, license plate number, where they work, etc.
 
2. Other Driver: All traditional information is needed: name, address, phone number (at home and work), driver's license, make/model/color and license of the vehicle. We have forms available, just email me.  I will send as an attachment or by snail mail.  In addition, a very helpful piece of information is the insurance carrier of the driver of the car. If this is not obtained and if the other driver does not respond to letters sent by your attorney, you will find that most states require long waiting periods before supplying the necessary information to pursue your case - that means recovery for your injury could be delayed.
 
Listen to and memorize statements made by the other driver. These statements (also known as admissions) may be used as evidence in many jurisdictions. An example of this would be the driver of the left turning car saying, "I didn't see you". His statement could be used to prove the accident was his fault. NOTE: Remember, this also works in reverse. Anything you say can also be used against you.
 
3.  POLICE REPORT Although most of what is recorded in a police report cannot be used in court, it is a great negotiating tool. Keep in mind that most personal injury cases are settled rather than go to trial. A favorable police report can be instrumental in bringing you a quick and generous recovery for your injuries. As we all know, cops can be a mixed bag. However, (in an accident situation) I have found most police to be fair in their assessment of fault. This is especially true of the motorcycle cop.
 
4. INJURIES This is not the time to show how macho you are. After the actual collision, take a few minutes to check yourself out. The initial shock may numb you as to how injured you really are. Remember, the human body is not made to be bounced off the ground. It is a good idea (and will aid in showing the validity of your case) to get checked out at the local emergency room (hospital) or by your own doctor. Be sure to explain all your pains to the doctor so he or she can make a complete evaluation and treat you appropriately for the injuries.
 
5.  NO STATEMENTS When you are contacted by the insurance company, (which is usually immediately - even right at your hospital bed) tell the adjuster you don't wish to give a statement at that time. Even if your statement seems favorable to you, the insurance company would have lots of time to pick out the flaws.
Keep in mind that the adjuster's job is to save the insurance company money and, therefore, any money offered as a "fair settlement" will usually only be fair to the insurance company.
 
6.  CALL A PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY 
The first 24 hours after an accident are crucial for your case. An immediate investigation should be started including photographs showing your injuries, the accident scene and the involved vehicles. Statements from witnesses and the other driver should be gotten as soon as possible. The police report should be requested and an inspection of the point of impact for skid marks and other material evidence should be made. You will notice that I advised you to call an attorney who specializes in personal injury. The law, as with medicine, is highly specialized, and you are entitled to be represented by an attorney who is best qualified to obtain a maximum recovery for your damages.
A quick call to the attorney entitles you to the following services:
   a) Protection from insurance company employees - the magic words are: "I am represented by counsel and don't wish to make a statement."
   b) A "house call" if you are unable to go to the office.
   c) Immediate investigation of your claim.
   d) The possibility that your bike will be fixed prior to the settlement of your injuries and a rented vehicle while you wait.
   e) The evaluation and protection of your legal rights.
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