22 Bikes, which is renowned for its concept cycle store in Bhubaneswar, has now expanded its presence to Cuttack.
This new cycle store near Durga Puja Mandap, Khan Nagar, 22 Bikes brings a range of high-end bicycles with complete range of accessories and service support to this historic town, from where Biju Babu had once started his historic cycle journey to Peshawar.
Hon. MP, Sj. Siddhant Mohapatra inaugurated the cycle store on 13th May. IPS Sanjeeb Panda, President of Bhubaneswar Cycling and Adventure Club (BCAC) was also present at the event.
This concept bicycle store will be open for public on all days of the year including Sundays and holidays.
This store will popularize the cycling culture in Cuttack and the state in whole. Speaking about his new venture, Ajay Nanda, the owner of 22 Bikes and an avid cyclist said,- “There are limited choices for the cycling lovers and fitness enthusiasts of Cuttack for good range of bicycles. They have to depend on cycle stores in Bhubaneswar to purchase high-end bicycles. We bring international brands like Raleigh, Scott, Fuji, Giant, Merida, Lapierre, Ghost, etc. along with Indian brands like Suncross etc.
We hope 22 Bikes will bring a new opportunity for the cycle-loving people of Cuttack with its new store. We will also act as meeting point for cyclists of Cuttack promoting cycling culture. We hope with our presence, now Cuttack cyclists will find a better range of products and high-end bicycles along with its complete service support.”
On this occasion, Twenty (20) cyclists made a road show with different types of bicycles such as Road Bikes, Hybrid bikes, Fat Bike, Mountain Bike and a general non-geared bike.
Mr. Imtiaz became the first customer of the store by purchaisng a brand new Swiss beast Scott Aspect 665i.
22 Bikes is expected to become a meeting point for cyclists of Cuttack city as well as cyclists from Bhubaneswar on weekend rides. It is also expected that people of Cuttack will find a new range of choices and spend on this environment friendly mode of transport while spreading the cycling culture.