Bionicon open test centre in Bristol
By BikeRadar | Sunday, March 22, 2009 12.00pm
Take a Bionicon for a test ride in Bristol: (from left) Damon Gould, manager of Zero G Bedminster, Roger Seal, of Bionicon Bikes, and Paul Newman, owner of Zero G Cycles Bionicon
Bionicon UK have opened an official test centre in Bristol, in partnership with Zero G Cycles. A full fleet of Golden Willow, Edison, Supershuttle and Ironwood mountains bikes are available for demo rides.
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The singletrack trails of Leigh Woods are a 10-minute ride from the test centre in Bedminster, while the Mendips, Quantocks, Exmoor and Brecon Beacons, along with the manmade trails at Cwmcarn, Afan Forest and the Forest of Dean, are just a short drive away.
Paul Newman, owner of Zero G Cycles, said: “This is a fabulous chance for bikers to test ride the entire Bionicon range. Often demo bikes are only available in certain models and sizes. Now we can offer the right model in the right size bike for every rider.”
Roger Seal, of Bionicon, said: “We're excited about our first UK official test centre. Bionicon bikes need testing on real trails; the demo centre at Zero G makes that much easier.”
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