Cycle Republic has officially opened its 14th shop, which is located in the centre of Southampton.
The new shop, situated on Brunswick Place benefits from a large frontage stocked with a comprehensive range of bikes, parts, accessories and clothing to suit enthusiasts and city cyclists alike.
Exclusive brands include the Boardman range, started by the iconic Chris Boardman and also the Basso bikes range, which is now producing some of the finest road, track and CX bikes in the world. Cycle Republic also holds a specific range of female-friendly cycling products, featuring the exclusive Pendleton & Orla Kiely bike range and leading brands such as Haibike, Mavic, Kask, Bern, Pearl Izumi, Gore and Giordana.
Customers can also browse a vast range of e-bikes starting from £500 hybrid bikes to latest KTM MTB e-bikes, plus the G3 Gocycle with zero per cent finance options available.
Cycle Republic has partnered with Garmin to produce a dedicated Garmin tech centre featuring a new look play table, which has been redesigned for 2017 to enhance customer experience. The new tech centre also features the latest technology Smartfit bike sizing technology.
The Southampton team will provide unrivalled bike servicing and repairs, with free courtesy bikes on hand for more extensive repairs. Cyclists in the market for a new bike can also take bikes on a test ride in as part of a free try before you buy scheme. The brand’s reward card scheme – which the brand says is the first of its kind in the UK – offers excellent rider benefits including free puncture repairs and a half price annual service, plus access to offers and VIP in-store events.
Commenting on the opening, Cycle Republic managing director Peter Kimberley said: “Southampton is a fantastic city which is rapidly growing and committing significant investment within its cycling infrastructure. We are extremely pleased to have such a great location in centre of Southampton, allowing us to offer something different to the local cycling community.”
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