GALLERY: Motorcycle enthusiasts invited to take a tour of Chatteris warehouse and grab a bargain

14:20 31 October 2012

2WheelJunkie at Chatteris

2WheelJunkie at Chatteris

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MOTOR cycle enthusiasts are in for a treat – Chatteris based 2WheelJunkie has decided to open up its warehouse to the public, and on Saturday 3rd November they will have some great opening offers on all clothing, helmets and accessories.

2Wheeljunkie has been operating as an online business for the past eight years, but are now inviting customers to browse around their premises and grab some bargains.

Sales manager Paul Hanley said: “This is a very exciting move for us. We are one of the biggest suppliers of crash helmets, clothing and spares in the UK.

“We have all the top brands such as Alpinestars, Nitro, Oxford, Bikeit and Ixon. I am confident that we have everything you need to maintain, service and keep you and your bike in top condition.”

The store will open up at 9am on Saturday morning, with some amazing deals available.

The company has UK exclusive deals on a huge range of products, including up to 50% off a huge range of products including boots, clothing, helmets and battery chargers as well a minimum of 5% off across the whole 5000 item product range in store.

Specialists from Oxford Products, BikeIt and Nitro will also be on hand to meet and advise customers.

“Our ethos is to give a great deal and a great service to our customers, to suit all pockets,” added Paul. “We have a great relationship with our suppliers, meaning we get some cracking deals to pass on to customers.”

The store will be open at Farm Park off the A142 from Monday to Saturday, between 10am and 5pm. The company will continue to sell on their successful website, 2wheeljunkie.co.uk

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