We are an independent specialist bicycle retailer based in Frodsham, Cheshire. Stocking Santa Cruz, Cube, Orange, Whyte, Focus and Ridley. We are passionate about bikes and cover all disciplines from MTB to Road, Kids to Commuter with a price range to suit most pockets. We also have a range of clothing from Madison and Fox and a fully equipped workshop for all servicing and repair needs.
It's that exciting time of year again when we start getting to see 2013 bikes, and we've already got some of the new Cube hardtails in stock.
We currently have:-
Cube Aim in Black/White
Cube Aim Disc in Grey/Red - Click to view
Cube Analog in Grey/White - Click to view
Cube Attention Grey/Green - Click to view
Lets just say, great job again from Cube. Prices remain the same and the spec is as good as last year (And they look even better!)
What are you waiting for, check them out in the web shop or call in to see us in the shop!!
Here's a few pictures to get you going for now......
It's all go this week...... the new Cube Acid 2012 Model has just landed in Black/White colours, looks very nice again! And priced at £769, with a nice spec increase..... another excellent value bike!!
This years bike see's an upgrade on the old Dart fork to a nice RockShox Recon Silver with remote lockout.
UK Gravity Enduro Round 1
13th April 2014
9 team members, 2 podiums , 5 great stages, 6 beer can chickens, 2 Weber barbeques and 4 WAGs. Those were the magic numbers for the opening round of the 2014 UK Gravity Enduro Series, Ae Forest, Scotland.
A trip north of the border so early in the year left unsettled nerves as to what the weather gods might smite us with. The fears were unfounded though as, with the exception of a couple of showers and some strong winds (that helped to dry the wet ground), conditions were near ideal. In fact, looking at some of the early photos that are emerging, those that didn’t attend would be forgiven for thinking we had a weekend of sun and blue skies!
The winds did cause some havoc across the pits on Saturday with more than one gazebo getting airborne, landing in a crumpled heap of plastic and metal. The Billy Can seemed to have it worst than most with double flying gazebos and dodgy generators to contend with. They continued to turn out thei…