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Opening a Mountain Bike shop in Central

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  1. #21

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Li:
    Hi @Skierx,

    Thank for your back. It just so happens that what you have mentioned about bike storage and delivery was part of my business plan. I was going to include a maintenance plan as well. Just out of interest where do you normally ride in Hong Kong?

    Regards
    Peter
    I live in the NT so I usually cycle there, sometimes in Sha Tin/FoTan/Tai Po or in Tuen Mun/Yeun Long. I never ride on the island and pretty much stick to cycling paths, I try to avoid riding on normal roads.

    In my opinion the storage/delivery only works if the cost is low, I would personally not want to spend more than $150 a month. For that I am not imagining that home delivery and pick up would work, but maybe you could create tiered plans with those options. I also think that some kind of tune up/check up should be included in the monthly fee. I should be able to pick up my bike knowing that the tire pressure is correct, brakes are working, everything is all lubed up, and the bike is 100% ready to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris_yang22:
    I gather you mean sky blue bikes? what's the other one?
    Can't remember to be honest. It's kind of in a back alley somewhere around 1st/2nd/3rd street areas I think. It's a little place run by an enthusiast and specialises in mountain biking.

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    The street behind my house is now over run with cyclists every weekend.

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  4. #24

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    did this ever happen? did the OP start up that new bike shop in Central?


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