Solent Cycles – What a time to be alive!

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Well, what a year 2016 has been so far (and is set to be). British Rider Danny Hart has recently won the Mont Sainte Anne competition; Sam Reynolds and Brendan Fairclough have been chosen to represent Britain at Red Bull Rampage 2016; France has won their third consecutive team relay title at the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships… and now, Solent cycles are selling our full range of full size folding bikes. What a time to be alive.

The 20-year-old, family run, south-coast business has a keen eye for perfection, a mind of professionalism, and of course, a heart full of bike parts and a love for the sport. So when they decided to team up with Change Bikes to sell our full range, we naturally understood. With stores in Whitely, Fareham and Lee-on-the-Solent, it has never been easier to talk to someone who knows their bikes inside and out, and pick up your very own Change folding bicycle. Solent Cycles’ expert team of bike fanatics are guaranteed to have you leaving their store with the very best in the market – we’re not so modest about that.

Whether the slick speed and quick ride of the DF-611 Hybrid is more your thing, or the boulder crushing, Chieftain Tank-like XC thoroughbred DF-602 rings your bicycle bell, Solent Cycles has what you need. Go in store today and have a chat with their staff. Can’t get to a store? No worries! Their eager staff members are ready for your every need, and available online for interrogation. Be prepared to dither over their mind-boggling assortment of parts and models, though.

[Warning] We advise against taking any un-bike-enthusiastic partners in-store; We can’t imagine they will be too happy after 5 hours of squealing, dancing, bike browsing joy… Trust us, we know.

The link you need is here: http://www.solent-cycles.co.uk/

Good luck and go forth

The Change Bikes team

Solent Cycles Change DF-611

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