Keeping On Through The Coronavirus Crisis

author By Aled Gamble, 1 year ago

Since the UK went into lockdown in mid-March and as the crisis worsened across the country it seemed as though the cycling industry - like so many others - was in for a bad year. Fortunately however we were thrown a lifeline when the UK Government not only declared that bike shops could remain open but that cycling was a recommended way of traveling and exercising.

While great news for us all as a whole, this has led to an unforeseen surge in demand. Many of us are able to work from home in order to protect ourselves from the virus but our amazing warehouse staff have been working around the clock to keep getting products out of our facilities and into your shops.

With social distancing in place and careful shift management we are doing everything we can to keep our workers safe but of course they are putting themselves at risk every day. Without the hard work and dedication of these individuals the pandemic could have been a lot worse.

For now we thank our customers for your patience and our warehouse staff for being absolutely amazing. Thank you! 👏

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