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Buffalo Choppers adjusting to COVID-19 pandemic

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Posted at 6:04 PM, Apr 21, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-22 09:35:27-04

TONAWANDA, N.Y. (WKBW) — “Buffalo Choppers is a different place right now," Vice President of the business Jason Dragoo said. "We still are trying to offer the same services for our customers. We’re just trying to do it through different means.”

With COVID-19 spreading throughout the country, Dragoo says customers must now see bikes through their website.

“It’s hard because we’re used to dealing face to face with a lot of our customers.”

Dragoo says the website is very interactive.

“Ww have all sorts of pictures and stuff online," he said. "If people want to interact and ask us questions they can do it through the website.”

And if a customer is really interested in a motorcycle, Dragoo says the business is offering one on one appointments.

“I’m definitely getting a lot of interest and still getting people calling and asking about bikes, but the actual pulling the trigger on it has definitely slowed down a little bit from years past,” he said.

According to Dragoo, spring time is typically the busiest season for them. “So it’s definitely a difficult time to be encountering something like this.”

Nonetheless he says business is still coming in.

“We’re a little slower than we normally are this time of year, but we’re still about two weeks out on service appointments.”

Buffalo Choppers is a full service shop. They offer oil changes, New York state inspections, and full performance packages.

“We’re still here, we’re still making sales and helping people get into that bike of their dream if they’re ready to do it.

So if you’re bored at home, looking to get out, but still wanna maintain social distancing Dragoo says "a motorcycle is a great way to do it.”