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Ghost Bikes new store opening event had motors running

Posted on - 16th March, 2018 - 4:57pm | Author - | Posted in - Business, City Centre, Preston News, What's On in Preston
Pic: Tony Worrall. Ghost Bikes opening event

Ghost Bikes’ new store is already off to a roaring success after its recent launch event.

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Leading retailer of motorcycle and Motocross clothing and accessories, Ghost Bikes has relocated from Deepdale Mill where it has been trading since 2004.

Recently opened at Unit 1A Fishwick Park, on Mercer Street, Ghost Bikes now operate in their new 11,000 sq ft motorcycle and motocross gear destination store.

Read more: Ghost Bikes store is launching in Preston with a grand open day

Its new showroom features helmets, gloves, clothing, armour and accessories from top brand names including Alpinestars, Arai, Shoei, Spada, Airoh, Caberg, Sidi, O’Neal, Nitro, Ducchini, Givi, Oxford.

With its grand opening day taking place on Saturday 10 March, Ghost Bikes estimated that 5000 – 7000 people turned up for a day of entertainment and to discover what the new store had to offer.

Pic: Tony Worrall. Ghost Bikes opening event

A range of activities were held on the day including stunt shows, games, prizes, food, and celebrity guests Steve Colley and Two Brothers.

Naz, Marketing Manager at Ghost Bikes, said: “The open day was brilliant and successful – better than we had imagined.

“A lot of hard work had gone into the day, with staff working late the night before to help with organising and placing branding outside the store.

“Everyone who turned up on the day were amazed and enjoyed themselves – the feedback has been really good.

“Our celebrity guests were interactive and provided quality performances.

“We are thinking about making it an annual thing, but later on in the year”

Pic: Tony Worrall. Ghost Bikes opening event

A total of £2141.05 was raised for charity on the day with a tombola raffle and auction.

All the proceeds will be equally split between Ghost Bikes nominated charities North West Blood Bikers and Safe Regeneration.

North West Blood Bikers also raised an additional £161 on the stand during the day.

You can keep up to date with Ghost Bikes by their website.

Did you attend the Ghost Bikes new store opening event? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below

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