The 3 lads who decided a few years ago to form a partnership and leave their job to start a Bike shop in the coastal town of Bangor, have now established themselves as “the place” to be seen. Declan Mc Mackin (ex-top TT’er) Duncan Frazer (ex-international top rider) and Mark Irvine (ex-road and current CX competitor) decided to form a partnership and use their individual talents to create a bike shop in their hometown with a difference. They also have a registered CI team, their composite team has competed in the Ras, but now competitive mostly in the off-road section of the sport and very successful for that matter. They now have revamped their store to something very different and this with very limited space. They re-opened today (Monday 21st January 2019) and produced this video here below to give you a front seat view. I wish them lots of sales and success as they have supported the project for a few years now, and deserve some accolade.

Ras Team 2017
Ulster Cyclo Cross Elite woman champion 2018 Rachel Irvine
Ian Blayney (NDCC) receiving the BP hoodie in the X-Mas raffle in aid of the project from Declan Mc Mackin co-owner of the Bike House
25a Grays Hill
Bangor, County Down