IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Kelley Blue Book, the leading provider of new car and used car information, today announces its newly formed relationship with Cyclechex to offer Motorcycle History Reports on its top-rated website www.kbb.com. Consumers contemplating the purchase of a pre-owned motorcycle now have the opportunity to view its history, dating back to model-year 1981.
The Cyclechex report can include historical title information such as the last recorded odometer reading, any disclosed damage, the number of previous owners, salvage, rebuilt, or stolen titles, vehicle identification number (VIN) decoding, vehicle specifications and the manufacturer's recall history.
"Working with Cyclechex, Kelley Blue Book offers its motorcycle shoppers access to the information they need to make an informed purchase decision," said Damon Bennett, vice president of business development and partnerships for Kelley Blue Book. "These reports generate data from a variety of governmental sources, consolidate the information, and deliver to the consumer comprehensive information that provides a level of confidence."
Cyclechex Motorcycle History Reports can be purchased through the Kelley Blue Book website (www.kbb.com) for $24.95 each, or three for $49.95.
"Our Cyclechex Motorcycle History Report has already proven to be among the most valuable sources of vital information for people who are considering the purchase of a used motorcycle," said Anthony Havens, CEO of Specialty Reports, Inc. "With our exciting new relationship with Kelley Blue Book, and the trust they enjoy in the marketplace, we're anticipating another major milestone for Cyclechex and its ability to reach a broader consumer market for our product."
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