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With 5,000 square feet of showroom displaying motorcycle clothing and accessories from over 95 brands, our Bristol Store has everything you could need.
We have aisles and aisles of motorbike clothing; Leathers, textiles, Gore-Tex, suits, jackets, and jeans from top brands: Alpinestars, BKS, Dainese, Rukka, IXS, Frank Thomas, and RST.
There and shelves and shelves of boots from; Sidi, Alpinestars, TCX, Dainese, BKS, Frank Thomas, IXS, RST. A wall of gloves; summer, winter, Gore-Tex and motocross - we have them all!
As for helmets, full-face, open, flip-front, Motocross. We have hundreds; choose from AGV, Shoei, HJC, Schubeth, Bell, Arai, Caberg and Scorpion.
Finally, accessories. We've got luggage from Givi, Kriega and Oxford; intercoms from Scala; Sat-Nav's from TomTom; locks from Abus; Cleaning Products, Oils, and Lubricants from; Muc-Off, Silkolene, and WD40.
We are just off Hengrove Way (A4174), opposite the Hengrove Leisure Park and round the corner from the Imperial Retail Park. Turn into the industrial estate then turn right at the 'T' Junction, follow the road to the end, turn right again, doubling back on yourself and we are at the end on the left.
We have introduced Covid-19 measures to keep both our customers and staff safe.
Unit 2 Enterprise Trade Centre,
Roman Farm Road,
Mon - Fri: 10:00-18:00
Open Bank Holidays
31st August - Open 10:00-17:00
Christmas Day - Closed
Boxing Day - Closed
28th December - Open 10:00-17:00
New Years Day - Closed
Plenty parking for bikes and cars directly outside the store.
Across the road is an Esso petrol station with a hot food counter and take away Costa Coffee. On the other side of Hengrove Way (A4174) is the Hengrove Leisure Park with a selection of restaurants; Brewers Fayre, Frankie & Benny's, McDonalds, and KFC.
An Esso petrol station is just across the road, literally a stones throw away
There is a free cash machine at the Esso petrol station across the road.
Not too far from us, just south of Bristol is the world famous village of Cheddar, home to England's very first cheddar cheese, with lots of heritage and in a picturesque setting, you will find lots of twists and turns and lovely country roads. You can take a nice ride up through the gorge and back and stop off for an afternoon tea in one of the many eateries making this an ideal afternoon ride-out destination.