Evans Cycles has opened two new branches, bringing the chain’s tally to 45 nationwide.
The first of the two openings has taken place at the National Cycle Centre in Manchester, with Ed Clancy cutting the ribbon. This opening is to be followed by the unvieling of a store in Hanover Street in the Liverpool One district on October 10th.
Evans Cycles MD Mike Rice said: “The growth in cycling across the UK and beyond our strong-hold within the South East is extremely positive and the demand for a third store in Manchester shows how high popularity is. We had been looking for premises in Liverpool for some time, but it had to be right for both us and our customers.
"The Liverpool One site was perfect for our requirements and it’s really exciting to be opening a new store, in a new area. We look forward to serving Liverpool’s cyclists and continuing to meet the growing needs in the Manchester region.”
Both stores are large, open plan spaces with an extensive range of bikes on shop floor, as well as all other bicycle accessories, parts and clothing. Fitting rooms will also feature at both locations, as will a fully kitted out workshop with Cytech trained mechanics.
For a full listing of all Evans Cycles stores nationwide visit www.evanscycles.com/stores.