Located in the historic and idyllic town of Sherborne, Dorset, Riley’s Cycles is a traditional bike shop that always goes the extra mile! Although being a shop with traditional values they’re not afraid to embrace the new and when it comes to electric bikes the staff here fully on board with “e-Revolution” and on hand to answer any questions the public may have on electric bikes.
But before that, we thought we’d ask them a few questions of our own for our Dealer Spotlight feature…
The Bike Shop has been serving the communities of Nottingham for the past 20 years.
Offering expert knowledge and practical skills that help a wide customer demographic. Over the years Volt has formed a strong relationship with the staff at The Bike Shop and we’re proud to have them as part of our dealer family.
The Shetland Community Bike Project offers stellar bikes and repairs, but that’s not all that sets this Scottish shop apart. Since 1999, SCBP has hired young people who may otherwise struggle to find employment, equipping them with the bike knowledge and skills that keep the shop going.Continue reading -> “Dealer Spotlight: Shetland Community Bike Project”
With generations of bike shop experience in his family, it’s no wonder Moons Cycles’ leading man Mike decided to return to his roots and open up a shop of his own. Full of charm, character, history and stunning surroundings, it’s not hard to see why Mike chose Ipswich in Suffolk to set up shop! Continue reading -> “Dealer Spotlight: Moons Cycles”
In this month’s edition of our Dealer Spotlight, we travel down south to the beautiful beach town of Bournemouth to meet our resident e-bike stockists. If you’re not planning on surfing, one of the best ways to take in the coastal beauty of the town is On Yer Bike!
The independent bike shop in Troon, Scotland is an integral part of the e-bike revolution’s success up north. The shop’s staff and their unique approach to their business is the secret behind their success and the reason why we have featured them in this month’s Dealer Spotlight.
Above: Harry Hall Cycles often Provided roadside assistance with a converted Mini van in Britain’s biggest amateur events throughout the 1970s and 80s.
Hailed as one of the top British race bike mechanics of his era, Harry Hall founded Harry Hall Cycles in 1957.
Today the 3,000 sq ft store, is run by Harry’s son Graham Hall and stocks just about everything you would ever need to join the two-wheeled revolution! With its team of friendly-faced cycling enthusiasts Harry Hall Cycles remains a Mecca for northern bike riders.
With such a fascinating and inspiring history it’s a real honour to have this unique cycle shop on board. We’re thrilled to share their story here…