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Our Manchester store is 5,000 square feet of motorcycling heaven. We have a massive range of motorcycle leather, textile, and Gore-Tex clothing, helmets, boots, gloves, luggage, oils, lubricants and accessories. Everything you could need - in-stock!
There are aisles and aisles of motorcycle suits, jacket and jeans from all the leading motorcycling brands: Alpinestars, IXS, Dainese, Klim, BKS, Rukka, RST, Frank Thomas and Red Route - in fact we have so much it's hanging off the walls!
At the back of the store, next to the changing cubicles is our 'helmet room'. Floor to ceiling there are 100's of helmets from: AGV, Shoei, Arai, HJC, Schuberth, Bell, KBC, Caberg, Shark and Scorpion. Full-face, open, flip-front or motocross; whatever your preference we have them all for you to try.
Next to our helmet's department is our 'wall of boots and gloves' - there are rows and rows of summer, sports, touring, waterproof, Gore-Tex, motocross, and ankle boots from: TCX, Sidi, Alpinestars, IXS, BKS, Frank Thomas and RST. With a selection of; racing, motocross, summer, winter, waterproof, and Gore-Tex gloves from: BKS, Rukka, RST, Frank Thomas and Alpinestars you'll be spoilt for choice.
Throughout the store you'll discover luggage from Kreiga, Givi, Oxford and Frank Thomas and all the accessories you could ever want. Paddock stands, security, locks, chains, toolkits, bike covers, oils, lubricants and cleaning products from: Oxford Products, Abus, Putoline, WD40, Silkolene, Rock Oil, and Muc-Off.
Finally, we have the tech - loads of it: Drift Cameras, Scala intercoms and Sat-Navs from TomTom.
To see how much motorcycle gear we have click on the image below to have a virtual walk around our Manchester Store.
|Steve S.||Manager||Over 20 years experience in the motorcycle clothing industry. A vast knowledge of everything motorcycle clothing, however specialist areas would be textile and leather for both men and women, however we do recommend customers wait 'till after 11am to ask any questions for fear of heads being bitten off or anger being vented.|
|Daz||Assistant Manager||Runs a club and unit combo doing rebuilds, project and general servicing. Commutes on the bike most days and attends as many rallies as possible over the year in the UK and abroad. Specialist area is helmets, textile clothing and maintenance.|
|Steve C.||Sales Assistant||30 years of experience in the motorcycle trade from selling bikes to racing twin shock motocross. Can be found on the Yorkshire dales hunting out the good roads, has knowledge in most sectors however Motocross is his specialty.|
|Shami-Lee||Sales Assistant||Came in the shop as a customer and never left! Specialist areas are luggage, cameras and open face helmets.|
|Charlie||Sales Assistant||Specialises in Helmets, Comms systems, and Race/Track clothing such as one piece leathers. Commutes every day on various bikes. Hoping to race in Supermoto and Supertwins in the upcoming season. Specialises in track day/racing scene.|
We are about 3 miles from Manchester city centre, on Ashton Old Road, next to Machine Mart and opposite the New Smithfield Market.
Unit 4 Tower Mill,
Ashton Old Road,
0161 641 5114
Mon - Fri: 9:00 - 18.00
Saturday: 9.00 - 17.30
Sunday: 10.00 - 16.00
Open Bank Holidays
Not applicable - motorcycle clothing and accessories only.
Spacious car park outside the front of the store for cars and motorcycles.
There is a Subway 5 minutes walk towards Manchester, or half a mile in the other direction, in Openshaw, there is a McDonald's, The Village Cafe, Peppers, and Martins Bakers.
We have a Morrisons filling station situated a stones throw from the shops front door and only a little further away there is also Tesco and Shell filling stations.
Sub 5 minute walk away at Morrisons.
There are several routes through Rivington Barn for a good ride-out plus Ladybower Reservoir being a destination on the other side of Manchester that also has a great cafe which also links in to some of the better riding roads in the North West.