'Pace Museum' to open in 2011 detailing mountain biking history. New telephone: 01751 460599

Pace completes Dalby Forest move

Pace Cycles has now re-located in Dalby Forest in the North York Moors. 

Dalby Forest is what the firm describes as "the spiritual home of Pace" and where the company has developed and tested its bikes, parts and clothing for the past 23 years. It is also where Pace started organising some of the earliest mountain biking races and purpose built trails in the UK.

The Pace offices will be based at the new site and all products will be on display, as well as a full Demo Fleet of its frame range – based right at the start of the Dalby Trail network and a short ride from the Pace Bike Park and the XC World Cup course.

As an additional service to riders visiting Dalby, Pace has also re-organised its suspension servicing to provide technical support for most types of suspension forks and shocks. Rebranded as Dalby Suspension Service Centre this is the longest established suspension service in the UK and will continue to service Pace, DTSwiss and Scott suspension, as well as all major suspension brands such as Fox, Rock Shox and Manitou.

By spring 2011, Pace also hope to have a Museum in place displaying Pace memorabilia including forks, frames and components going back to the dawn of mountain biking.

Pace can be found at; Pace Cycles Limited, Dalby Forest Courtyard, Low Dalby, Thornton Le Dale, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LT, UK.

The firm’s new telephone number is 01751 460599.

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