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  1. G515PRB
    6th December 2018 @ 3:08 pm

    I’ve used them in the last couple of years….first couple of orders fine, quick delivery etc. Last order sent wrong part, didn’t answer my emails about trying to sort it. Reasonably low cost item (about £15) so I just voted with my feet.

  2. Doug
    7th December 2018 @ 8:27 am

    quick off the mark for all my chopper cables, about a year ago, so personally no gripe

  3. paul d
    7th December 2018 @ 11:43 am

    No gripe either. It’s a while since I used them and it took a while for the parts to come but they eventually did. They often have parts that can’t be got anywhere else. Feeling for them.

  4. colin4255
    7th December 2018 @ 3:06 pm

    I live close by, so its easy to pop in for bits. I have to say though, that stock levels aren’t what they used to be and I am often surprised by stuff thats not on the shelf. I suspect trying to keep this ‘restructuring’ entirely to themselves hasn’t helped much.

  5. The Crunch
    9th December 2018 @ 8:23 pm

    I found them good. The old website was top notch with a huge range of stock. I got a custom loom made up last June for a vintage Vespa 12volt conversion and it was exactly what I wanted. The old website was so packed full of stock there were obviously going to be times when items weren’t available, you’d get them when they were back in stock or you could cancel and be refunded. I found them easy to deal with from Ireland. I did notice though last Sept that the ‘new-look’ website wasn’t carrying a fraction of the stock the old one did (then again sometimes a new website can be a bad move, look at Scooter Center Cologne’s new site, the old one seemed somehow better) The best parts/spares websites are the one’s where the business goes above and beyond to explain or detail their product – several hd pictures, and even a picture of what parts looks like fitted to an actual scooter, combined with any technical information available relating to the part and your going to sell more, simple (Many of the UK scooter parts websites could do well to pick up on that advice) I wish Beedspeed all the best for the future

  6. Billybobtwoteeth
    23rd January 2019 @ 8:18 pm

    Biggest problem with what was beedspeed, now bsluk on paper work is that it is being managed by a squirmy thieving worm. Daniel George Robert Burton, who disappeared and stole alias of money from people in London not so long ago. If you want to see him struggle
    to answer why he did it watch the channel 4 news video where they tracked him down.https://www.channel4.com/news/the-tycoon-landlord-and-his-tenants-missing-money
    He definitely is just playing the system and stealing government/tax payers money. About time people caught up with him I reckon, maybe the taxman should take a closer look!!!
    https://www.scooterotica.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=40244

  7. iggy-grainger
    24th January 2019 @ 10:22 am

    Just to clear up any misunderstanding, BSLUK is the registered business name of Beedspeed Ltd UK and is in no way connected to SLUK.

  8. Scooter
    28th February 2019 @ 11:13 am

    I’ve used Beedspeed many times over the years with good service. Last year I ordered an inner tube amongst other things and had to call them after a few weeks as I hadn’t received the tube. They sent me one and then a couple of weeks later sent me a second? The guy must have lots of charisma to enable many people to part with their hard earned cash, however he seems to lack some basic skills required to run a legitimate company. Buyer beware!

  9. John McMillan
    2nd March 2019 @ 7:54 am

    I ordered from Beedspeed on Tuesday & my full order arrived on Friday.
    150 Barrell, piston, head, SIP 2 exhaust, gasket set, small bearing and main jet.
    Was a bit dubious to place the order but they were there gave some advice.
    Most pleased with the time scales.

    Thank you Beedspeed.

    John in Livingston trying to make a Bajaj 125 go faster……

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