Late night shopping at Bike Stop

Stevenage shop to remain open till 8pm every Wednesday until the end of Summer

Late night shopping at Bike Stop

Starting from the 6th April motorcycle clothing dealer Bike Stop will introduce late night shopping with the Stevenage shop open until 8pm every Wednesday until the end of Summer.

Giving the opportunity to drag your missus on a late night shop of your tastes, the 6th April launch night will give customers a chance to glimpse the 2011 product showcase from a host of brands including Dainese, Arai, Shoei, Knox and REV'IT!, amongst others. There will also be the chance to win one of ten tickets to the Silverstone BSB round, with one prize gifting the winner with entry to the Dainese Hospitality and a pillion ride on the day.

Bike Stop are one of the biggest stockists of Dainese products in the world and with various other brands and products, they specialise in providing the finest motorcycle safety clothing available today.

In 1981 Bike Stop opened in the market town of Baldock in Hertfordshire. The business grew and in a short time, had moved to the current larger location in Stevenage. Often described as an "Aladdin's Cave", the building has expanded over the years, starting with a 400 year old shop, and continuing into what is now a two floor showroom with air conditioning.

Located in Stevenage Old Town, Bike Stop offers direct bike parking out the front for bikes and cars its always a simple time getting to the shop.

As Bike Stop only does clothing, your safety is the most important thing to us. All the staff has been trained to get you in the right equipment and most importantly the correct size. Featured in Bike Stop's Dainese stock is the D-Air equipped gear making them one of the few dealers to offer the inflation safety system.

Now with our 30th year fast approaching, Bike Stop are still proud of and still very passionate about the products that we sell, offering the best quality motorcycle equipment and the same high standards of customer service that were the foundations of Bike Stop all those years ago.

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