Wildside cycle shop in Tonbridge Wells, Kent, is holding a re-launch event on Saturday May 1 to celebrate the retailer's revamped interior, new product line, new manager and new name - Wildside Pro Cycle Centre.
New Wildside managing director Andy Knight will be welcoming visitors to an Italian-themed launch event, including pasta tasting, at the shop on Saturday, May 1.
The following day (Sunday, May 2) the retailer will hold its inaugural Sunday ride, starting at 10am from the shop. The rides will then take place on the first Sunday of every month.
The shop carries an expanded selection of road, off-road and triathlon equipment, clothing and accessories.
"It's going to be a little Italian street festival. A celebration of passion and technology" said Knight. "There will be some guest speakers, some complimentary pasta and snacks from our friends down the road at Il Vesuvio."
If you would like to join in the Sunday ride, or find out more about the shop, contact Wildside on 01892 527069. Website: www.wildside-online.co.uk.
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