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BM7 brings custom retail display systems to cycle retail

New designs, used by the likes of Condor, Wyndy Milla, Pinarello and Zappi, are now available to dealers
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UK-based BM7 Displays has developed a range of innovative bike display systems for dealers, manufacturers, importers, distributors, events and cycle clubs.

Launched at Cycle Show last month, the distinctive stands are UK designed and manufactured, robust, and locate bikes or frames firmly, allowing for quick removal when showing a customer or when required for use.

BM7’s designs have been used by Condor, Wyndy Milla, Pinarello and Zappi.

The BM7 Blip is an integrated floor stand designed to hold one bike securely by the back wheel. The device has a retaining post that holds the wheel, with a security slot option to secure the bike to the Blip to prevent theft. As with the majority of products from the range, the Blip has opportunities for custom branding.

The BM7 Transformer is designed to fit over existing ‘Pro Stands’ and improve the look of the shop floor with custom branding, while the BM7 Frame Post presents a cycle frame at eye level, or just below, with the frame secured through the bottom bracket by a specially designed mandrel and an allen key fitting.

Other innovative stands come in the shape of the BM7 Hero, Duo, Trio and Quattro, while the BM7 Plectrum is a custom designed quality wooden bike or wheel stand, ideal for the shop floor or even the home.

Find out more at www.bm7displays.com

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