Surosa Cycles of Oldham, formerly known as the Oldham Cycle Centre, will being playing host to three riders of the Recycling.co.uk professional race team ? former World Track Champion Chris Newton (pictured) and Adam and Ryan Bonser, who work in the shop as mechanics, on Saturday May 12, during the shop's re-launch event.
In addition to stars of the road scene being in attendance, there will also be a Cubemountain bike demonstration and give-away with a Cube Acid mountain bike up for grabs on the day. The bike features RockShox forks, hydraulic disc brakes and Shimano XT gears and normally retails for more than £500.
Surosa Cycles owners Nigel and Mandy Bishop are both former champions themselves; Nigel was a Milk Race Yellow Jersey holder and GB International whilst Mandy (Jones) was the Ladies World Road Race Champion in 1982. Both Nigel and Mandy still hold current records.
Find out more at the shop's site: www.surosa.co.uk.
Chris Newton's site: www.chrisnewton.ndo.co.uk.
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