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I just made an order from SuperGo, to be delivered to Pto Rico. I wanted to know from other people experiences, how accurate were their delivery times and if the packages arrives in good conditions.

The only shipping method available for the addres I wrote (PO Box) was UPS "ground"...10 bussines days estimated delivery time. It`ll be the best if it arrives in less than that time :rolleyes:

Thanks a lot!

Merry Christsmas!

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fran said:
HI

I just made an order from SuperGo, to be delivered to Pto Rico. I wanted to know from other people experiences, how accurate were their delivery times and if the packages arrives in good conditions.

The only shipping method available for the addres I wrote (PO Box) was UPS "ground"...10 bussines days estimated delivery time. It`ll be the best if it arrives in less than that time :rolleyes:

Thanks a lot!

Merry Christsmas!

bye.
...experience with Supergo shipping there but I did not realize they delivered to POB in PR
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Anything I ever send there takes FOREVER!

Plus they'll probably have a very hard time doung this "ground". :D

Good luck.
 

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Hey I'm from that tiny spot in the caribbean. I've ordered from them about 3 times, but I always call them. They have to send your package by USPS Priority Mail. Regular delivery time is around 4-6 days, but now in the holidays, expect like 6-10. USPS is cheaper, so far haven't had any problems and you don't have to pay 6.6% tax like with Fed-Ex or UPS. You better call them if you ordered by website as by the method you chose (UPS Ground) will either not leave Supergo or it will take a trip in the US and go back to them.

On a side note where are you riding?
 

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Sorry to hijack the thread, but I am considering a move to PR for a year. I would be on the west side (Rincon/Mayaguez). Any good road or mtb riding?
 

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Sorry to hijack the thread, but I am considering a move to PR for a year. I would be on the west side (Rincon/Mayaguez). Any good road or mtb riding?
Indeed, as a matter of fact you'll be near two of the best mtb routes in the island. One is in Rincon, in front of the lighthouse, about 4 miles, great singletrack, fast, very entertaining first time I went there I felt like little a kid, after a few laps I was tired but wanted more. Nice view of the beach, so after a ride you can take a nice swim. Drawbacks, it's not well maintained, so if it rains a lot you'll have tall grass all around. It's the best when a race is being held as it is completely cleaned. This upcoming feb-march and extreme challenge is gonna be held (actually it's done yearly) and a few pro's from the state's will be coming. The other route is Aguadilla, near the Aguadilla airport and golf course. Again its around 4 miles, twisty sigletrack, almost always in the forest, has a short but good downhill. It's well maintained can even be ridden when raining, very good. Drawback, it can get hooot!!, it's a very humid area. Also near Mayaguez is (Cabo Rojo/Lajas/Guanica) there are a lot of routes there and many, many miles to go around. It's better to get a map of the trails. On most sundays there's a group of riders that go around, mostly sight seeing, beautiful place but different from the others, desert like. If you come down drop me a PM, and we'll get to show you around, there are around 6 more nice places and PR is not a big place so within 2-3 hours you can be almost anywhere.
 
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