Firm offering trade accounts to Republic of Ireland and beyond; story updated with brand availability

Madison seeks Eurozone retailers

Madison, one of the largest distributors in the bike trade, is making trade accounts available to retailers in the Eurozone.

The firm is actively seeking to open new accounts with retailers within the Eurozone, capitalising on its success in the UK market and its growing brand portfolio.

Products available vary country-to-country, from the full Madison portfolio available in the Republic of Ireland to significant product categories and brands elsewhere.

UPDATE: To help retailers in choosing whether they would like to contact Madison directly, the brands available are as follows:

-For the Republic of Ireland the full range of products featured in the Madison product portfolio is available.
-For other countries in the Eurozone Madison is pleased to offer the following brands: Adventure, Cycraguard, Madison Clothing, Eyewear, Saddles etc. M:Part, M:Wheel and Madison’s bicycle brands Ridgeback, Saracen and Genesis as part of the dealer sign up programme where territories are available.

Retailers in the Eurozone will be able to set up trade accounts and order stock direct to their store via Madison’s business-to-business (B2B) website. This follows steps taken by the firm to make prices in the Madison B2B iOS app viewable in Euros, as well as navigate the full range of B2B services through iOS devices.

As the UK’s leading distributor of bicycle parts and accessories, as well as the UK’s fastest growing motocross and freesports equipment supplier, Madison are well placed to offer a wide range of products to the European market. The combination of an award-winning B2B service, comprehensive stock holding, speedy delivery and an unrivalled iOS app gives Madison customers a simple and mobile platform for stock ordering – something that will be immediately available to new Eurozone customers.

Eurozone retailers wishing to open an account, or find out more about the venture, should direct enquiries to

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