Dedicated Vectrix fan and owner website

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vinceslas
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Dedicated Vectrix fan and owner website

Hi guys,

As I've already mentioned in a previous post I'm a webmaster and Vectrix enthousiast. I've just finished creating a social community website dedicated to the Vectrix scooter. I know that Vectrix might be about to go belly up but their bikes will still be around after they die, and I realy hope they won't.

I'm offering this website to the community to share any usefull information. I'm not trying to bypass V for Voltage here, and I know how much this website has been doing for all of you to find usefull information and it sure will for all that matters electric mobility for many more years. But why not have a complete website just for the Vectrix and not just one section in a huge forum?

I'm more than willing to work with you in order to provide the community the best tool it can get to work together.

here it is: www.vectrixfan.com

Give me your thoughts,

Vincent

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Re: Dedicated Vectrix fan and owner website

Nice site,looks very proffesional and neat, i have already signed up!
hopefully we all do.

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Re: Dedicated Vectrix fan and owner website

Thanks RaDy,

At least somebody gives me some feedback.

Recently some of you requested we set up some kind of wiki answering most technical questions about the vectrix. I've added a documentation section to VectrixFan.com to gather all documentation about the bike, a rating system will allow for the best information to come up on top.

thanks.

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