New cycle shop Cage A set to open its doors in Scunthorpe

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 4 May 2018

A new cycling shop is opening in Scunthorpe this weekend.

Cage A is holding its grand opening weekend tomorrow and Sunday.

It is located in the old Dixon car showroom on Mannaberg Way, which has stood empty and boarded up for years but has now been transformed into a top destination for cyclists and cycling enthusiasts.

Bosses say: "The new Cage A store is a one-stop shop for all your cycling needs, stocking a comprehensive range of quality cycles from top brands such as Kross and Scott, a complete selection of electric bikes, and leisure products from Thule.

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"The on-site workshop can cater for all types of service and repair of your cycle by qualified and experienced staff. While they work, you can enjoy a coffee and cake from the coffee shop."

Cage A is opening this weekend in Scunthorpe

This weekend, there will be demonstrations of electric bikes so for anyone who would like to try one, now is their chance to have a test ride.

Electric bikes are becoming ever more popular and give the rider freedom to venture further with less effort.

Features like power-assisted pedalling make cycling less effort and more fun and whether people are looking to avoid the rush hour, make hill climbs a doddle or save money on insurance, tax and fuel, an electric bicycle could well be their answer.

With 0 per cent finance available over 12 months on selected purchases from Cage A, it has never been easier to own an electric bike.

For North Lincolnshire cycle routes, Cage A, with its coffee shop, makes an excellent starting point or destination for cycle clubs, with ample free parking on site.

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