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Our Upcoming Demo Days this September!

Guildford and Cornwall eBike Demo Weekends this September!

Words By Henry Hayes

We are hosting two demo weekends this September in Guildford and Cornwall to help eBike enthusiasts get charged and stay charged going into the end of this year and the start of next year!

As everyone returns back to work and back to school this September, now is the time to opt out of congestion and rise above the road with an A-List eBike!

 

Guildford

After the success of our first demo weekend back in May, we are hosting a demo day at the Guildford store on Woodbridge Road on 24th September.

As ever we have an exclusive range of best-in-class eBikes from the likes of Benno, Gazelle, Gocycle, Moustache, Riese & Müller, Tern and more to choose from on the day!

All demo-riders can have the chance to test-ride this great selection of products around the backstreets of Guildford providing they bring a valid form of ID.

All participants must also sign up to the event by following this link here.

 

Cornwall

It’s a whole weekend extravaganza at Fully Charged Cornwall as we go once again to the Trevallick’s Farm Shop in Pensilva, Liskeard.

We are hosting a day for local businesses on Friday 30th September to test-ride cargo bikes that can electrify their last-mile deliveries. If you are a business and operating within South Somerset, Devon or Cornwall and are looking to use this newer, greener form of transport to ride around your local area or neighborhood.

Saturday 1st October and Sunday 2nd October welcome any individual or family looking to get fully charged! We have a whole host of fold-up, commuter, hybrid, eMTB or family cargo bikes available for demo as people are starting to look at eBikes as true transport solutions, instead of using the car.

All demo-riders can have the chance to test-ride this great selection of products around the local area providing they bring a valid form of ID.

All participants must also sign up to the event by following this link here.

Words By Henry Hayes