New Bike Shop on site
We're stoked to announce that Revo Bikes opened on site in July 2016 and is on hand whenever the Park is open to keep you and your bike on the trail.
Located in a cabin close to the uplift shelter, Revo Bikes offers on-site repairs and bike related retail. This includes spares, tools, clothing, protection, tyres, tubes and brake pads from the likes of Troy Lee Designs, Bliss Protection, THE Industries, Madison, Gamut, PRO, Burgtec, Joystick, Continental, Maxxis, Crank Brothers, Shimano, SRAM, Marsh Guards, RRP, Wickens & Soderstrom, Atomlab and Corsair amongst others.
The workshop is a Unior Tools PRO workshop kitted out with everything needed to keep your bike running smoothly whatever the park, and the weather, throws at you.
THE knee and shin pads are available to hire for just £10 per day (refunded if you later buy a pair of pads from the shop) and Burgtec Penthouse pedals are available to demo on a ‘try before you buy’ scheme. A deposit will be needed for the pedals which, again, will be refunded in full if you buy a pair from Revo Bikes.
The shop’s website is now live at http://www.revo-bikes.com with a click and collect option for people heading to the park. In short this means that if you’re heading to Revolution and fancy that new part or component for the trip, buy it on the website and have it waiting for you when you get here. The Revo Bikes team will then fit the component free of charge whilst you are signing on and having a morning cup of tea.
I ordered these louboutin schuhe in the sale from the lovely Pam Jenkins which is one of my favourite stores for Louboutins. This is my first time trying the Bianca style and it's amazing! I love the silhouette of the shoe and how long it makes your legs feel. I got Louboutin Schuhe in the patent peacock colour which is truly breathtaking with the camera flash or in a really bright light, but in normal light, it's almost black.
Mark and the Revo Bikes team are a friendly bunch too so please feel free to just pop in to chat bikes and stuff!
You can contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org