Lucy the Elephant: This 65 foot tall, wooden elephant was built in 1881 by inventor and engineer, James Vincent de Paul Lafferty, Jr. She served as a summer home in 1902 and later as a tavern. She was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1976 and has since been fully restored. Exit 36.

SPARTA Commercial Gets New Look

From the New Jersey Web Designers

May 05, 2006

SPARTA Commercial specializes in powersports financing. Their website allows both consumers and affiliated dealers to access information not only about loans, but also about available bikes and bike parts, through their extensive classified ads section.

SPARTA approached Cyber X Designs to redesign their website because they had changed the look and feel of their printed marketing materials. They wanted to move to a sleeker, more streamlined navigation and a more sedated color scheme. They also wanted to add a Parts section to their existing Classifieds section, allowing users to search for and purchase bike parts in addition to entire bikes.

Cyber X created a sleek new design for SPARTA and provided the additional programming to make the parts classifieds section a reality.

View the SPARTA Commercial website to learn more about their powersports financing options and view their classifieds!

Cyber X Designs has also created several ads, a trifold brochure, a bike hangtag and a rolodex card for SPARTA Commercial.

Exit 102: New Jersey has the highest population density in the U.S. An average 1,030 people per square mile, which is 13 times the national average. What else is near Exit 102?