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Question Bike storage in Chile

Hi I`m heading back to Santiago de Chile in about a weeks time and will be looking for a secure location to store my moto for about 6 months or so before hopefully returning to do a bit more traveling. So does anyone know a likely place to leave the bike or possibly a contact number or email address?
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Try the community. One of the guys is loking after my bike since july........

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If you want you can leave your bike at my home, but you must have a cover because I don't have a closed place garage.

Call me to 7455601 (home) or 4812975 (office) or 09-8256920 (mobile)
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Hi thanks a lot for the offer of leaving my bike with you that would have been perfect. But had a bit of last minute luck and sold the bike two days ago!

thanks again , Owen
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Bike crate storage Santiago, Chile

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I would like to contact any motorcyclists in Santiago that may have suggestions as to where we can store 2 bike crates for 8 weeks
from 9 Dec 2008 to 13 Feb 2009.
Would like to make contact with the following HU member if they're still around:
[quote=DiasDePlaya;116752]If you want you can leave your bike at my home, but you must have a cover because I don't have a closed place garage.

I also heard of a motorcyle group meeting on a Weds every week in Santiago
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