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For 1 weekend only, the 4th & 5th July 2015, Dark Peak Cycles will be giving all labour charges away for FREE.  All you need to-do is pop along to Bank View Café with your bike.



Bank View Cafe, Langsett, S36 4GY


For any work booked in over this weekend (through the phone/email/text/website), Dark Peak Cycles will give 25% off all labour charges.



For further offers/events please see Dark Peak Cycles





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10% OFF all services booked @ Brooklands Classic Car Show

10% OFF all stock purchased or ordered @ Brooklands Classic Car Show


I am able to get hold of Schwalbe/Oxford/Sunrace/Fibrax/Weldtite/FullStop/Marwi products (Catalogues will be available to look through, aswell as stock on the shelves)


Brooklands Classic Car Show, Holmfirth


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• Light & refreshing electrolyte drink with natural fruit flavours
• Sugar free with zero calories
• Reduces tiredness and fatigue
• Suitable for a wide range of sporting activities
• Suitable for vegetarians and vegans

Berry & Tropical flavours in stock (Citrus available to order)
£3.99 per tube (ea tube contains 20 tabs)

Buy x2 tubes, Get x1 Free

(Delivery available, PM for more info)

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A selection of Moon Lights that are available to order.







For more information on Moon Lights & range available, you can visit their website >> here

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