Which horn is the best?
Cody and Joe Costillas have been riding together since they were teenagers, and since they started riding together, they’ve been in love.
In 2016, they started the Cody & Joe Horno, a bike that they sell to their friends in a neighborhood of West Palm Beach.
The horns are not just for fun.
They are for business, and that’s exactly what they are, Cody & James Costillas said.
“They’re really nice,” Cody said.
The Costillas are the owners of the first Cody & Friends Horno bike in Palm Beach, which they are using to help their neighbors get back to work after a storm hit.
Cody & co. say the bike is not just about riding.
“It’s for business.
You don’t have to drive home after a bad storm, you can get back on the bike,” Cody Costillas, the owner, said.
Their first two bikes are going into private ownership, and the first one, a Honda CBX, is being sold to a family in West Palm.
“The first one is going to be a big success,” Cody told The Palm Beach Post.
“I think it’s going to take a while, but hopefully it will be a good success.”
Cody and James Costilla are in a good place financially.
They have $4,500 in the bank, and they can afford to buy a new bike, so they are trying to raise $5,000 for the first bike.
“This is just a great investment in the community,” Cody explained.
“We’re hoping to buy another one and get even bigger, so we’re hoping this will be the first.”
Cody & friends Cody & Co. say they started off selling their bikes to other neighbors, but the idea started when they started seeing some of the positive feedback from customers.
“When you’re a business owner, you just want to be the best,” Cody & George Costillas explained.
So, when they were talking to the community, they said, “What if we could make it easier for our neighbors to get home safely?”
They started thinking about how to make their customers’ ride safer, too.
“Some of the comments that we were getting was, ‘I can’t get on my bike, I have to park on the side of the road,’ ” Cody said, adding that they’ve had many customers who’ve called them to help them make sure they get home on time.
“You can go and park your bike in the parking lot, and you can park it on the curb.
But sometimes, if you park on an empty lot, there’s not enough parking there.”
“The people who need our horns, you know, the people who want to help,” Cody added.
Cody and his wife started the company in 2014, and now, they are on their third motorcycle.
They say they are hoping to raise money for a third bike and a new model, so customers will have the option of getting a horn they don’t need, and getting rid of a horn that they really do need.
The family says they have a lot of friends who would love to buy the first motorcycle, but they’ve also had customers who have already donated a bike to get rid of.
“These guys, they really want to go out and help the community.
They really want the horns,” Cody remarked.
“And so, we think that is something that will be really great.”
The Horno bikes are not cheap.
“Our bikes are affordable,” Cody says.
The bikes cost $2,500 each.
The cost for a single horn is about $1,200, which is more expensive than the Honda CB300C model Cody is selling.
The cost of a full horn bike is about the same as a regular bike.
The Honda CB500C model is about as expensive as the CB300.
Cody & James say they plan to sell their horns for $1.99 per horn, which will be an attractive price for customers.
But the company says they also want to provide customers with a safety net when they decide to give up their horns.
“That’s something that we’re trying to do, so that we don’t lose customers,” Cody explains.
“So if you decide that you don’t want a horn, you don, but you want to buy one, you should have the options to buy it at a cheaper price.
So that’s something we’re working on.”
Curtis has been riding with the Costillas since they first met.
They also say the horns help them deal with the stress of being a business, but that they have not found a better ride.
“If you’re just riding your bike and you want a ride, you really need a ride,” Cody exclaimed.
“For our family, it’s been a great time.
But for the business, we have to be realistic, because the business has been hit hard.” To