Wheel2Wheel of Lee on the Solent was applauded by the judging panel for its enthusiasm for the business, for developing positive relationships with County Councils, suppliers, business partners and for using a Si Watts designed website to boost business.

Wheel2Wheel Cycles is highly commended in Hampshire Small Business of the Year Award

Wheel2Wheel Cycles was Highly Commended in the Hampshire Small Business of the Year Award

at a glittering awards bash at Portsmouth Guildhall last night.

Sponsored by Hampshire Business Link, the awards saw such winners as shipbuilder VosperThorneycroft, international businesses such as McMurdo and high tech consultancy Taylor Made Business Solutions.

Wheel2Wheel partner Tony Childs said:

"This award proves that the undeservedly humble cycle shop can hold its head high amongst such exalted industries as IT/omputing, boat building and business consultancy.

"Like most small businesses we love what we do and it is this enthusiasm, allied to a drive for quality and service that sets us apart from our competitors."

The Wheels2Wheels website was designed by Si Watts but is uploaded with news and pix by Wheels2Wheels themselves because it’s an ‘i-bikeshop’ site, the off-the-shelf website creation tool created by Watts.

On the W2W homepage there’s a prominent mention – headlined ‘Stolen bike? – of W2W’s involvement in the Cycle Claims Management scheme.



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