Musical pair are latest in long line of celeb clients for Ride Low

Cult bike shop sends cycles to Stryder and Bieber

The ‘A’ list lure of Ride Low’s bicycle range shows no sign of abating with recent celebrity converts Justin Bieber and Tinchy Stryder picking up low rider bicycles from the Manchester city centre shop.

The modern musical duo are the latest in a long line of high profile names supplied with bicycles from the store – including Kate Moss and David and Victoria Beckham. Ride Low specialises in importing low rider bikes and parts into the UK, selling product under the Ride Low brand name across Europe.

Georgios Demetriou, who owns the store alongside brother Stelios, told BikeBiz: “It’s fair to say that Ride Low has supplied a long list of celebrities which is great for the brand and for the cycle industry too.

“During our five years we have established ourselves as the ‘rock ‘n roll’ of the bicycle industry. We also supply bikes to film and TV crews and our bikes have been featured on MTV and other music channels, helping promote a whole load of other music vids.

“Ride Low have been selling low rider bikes and making custom rides for a whole tribe of ‘A’ listers. We have made bikes for Kate Moss, Ian Brown, David and Victoria Beckham, and Bryan Adams. We’ve also supplied a whole load of Premiership players including Shaun Wright-Phillips, Jamie Carragher and many others.”

“A low rider bike is the bike to be seen on for those people who like to stand out in the crowd.”

Aside from Ride Low’s huge selection of low rider and custom bike parts, the importer and retailer is currently offering a low rider classic chrome 20-inch, available to the trade for £200 and retail customers for £300.

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