Order three bikes in the months of October, November and December and you won't have to pay until January 2002

Powabyke offer nine bike extended credit deal

"We all recognise that cashflow is critical for any business particularly for small and medium sized independent businesses," said Powabyke director Nick Child.

"As we begin the countdown to Christmas, Powabyke wanted to offer a scheme that allows retailers some flexibility when planning stock control. By offering up to 100 days credit we hope to encourage retailers to offer their customers the best electric bikes on the market."

According to Child, Powabyke is launching a national PR and marketing campaign "aimed at driving retail customers into the independent dealers shops during the winter season."


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