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29 September 2014
British performance cycling brand, Beacon Fell, were exhibiting at the UK's number 1 cycling show at the NEC in Birmingham last week.
The Cycle Show is a chance for new and existing bike brands to exhibit their two wheeled creations for all to see and experience in the flesh. There are also test tracks up and running for visitors to see how the bikes work on various terrain and watch an MTB dirt jump demonstration.
This year the show was visited by top cycling names such as Sir Chris Hoy, Ivan Basso, Chris Boardman and Jo Roswell.
Tim Haley, Managing Director of Preston based business growth accountants, Haleys, visited the Cycle Show along with Senior Client Manager, Paul Farrington to support their clients, Beacon Fell.Go Back
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