A Shetland Community Bike Project staff member services a bike

A Bike Shop With a Difference

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”

Since our last dealer update in September, the VOLT team have been busy expanding our network of resellers throughout the UK. Here’s the new shops we’re delighted to welcome…

Woodrup Cycles, Leeds

Woodrup Cycles, Leeds old photo

This greatly celebrated bike shop was founded just after the Second World War by cycle fanatics Stephen and Jean Maurice. The shop is still run today by their son and grand children. They have shipped their bikes all over the world as far as Australia and Bermuda.  It’s a real honour to have such a well respected shop as Woodrup Cycles on board.

You can find more details for Woodrup Cycles on our Leeds page

Continue reading -> “New dealers”

Photo Montage of bike shops

As the appeal of electric bikes continues to grow, so too does demand and this Summer we’ve seen record-breaking demand at VOLT!

With more orders than ever over this summer period we’ve continue to expand our production and outlets. We’ve sourced some brilliant new retailers to add to our fantastic existing network of shops and dealers. Continue reading -> “New additions to the VOLT family”

Our family of dealers and retailers continues to grow at an electrifying  pace! Here’s a few of the latest bike shops now selling our e-bikes…

1. Slane Cycles, Belfast, Northern Ireland
slane cycles belfast
Established in 1988, Slane Cycles offers a wealth of knowledge and experience.  They are also very up to date with current cycling technology and trends. We’re delighted to have such a great partner on board. View more details for Slane cycles here Continue reading -> “New Dealers for the North, South, East and West”