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Taking Cycling to the Communities

As most Zimbabweans embrace sporting with working from home
having become a norm in the midst of covid-19 pandemic, a wholly
Zimbabwean owned company, Cycle Village and Sports Wear is seeking to
fulfil the sporting desire by establishing a cycling and sporting
wear outlet.

Located in Avondale Zimbabwe, the newly launched outlet will import
bicycles, spare parts as well as sport wear from the United Kingdom
(UK) as it eyes this niche market.Having identified a niche market in supplying spare parts for bicycles, the shop will supply road bikes, mountain bikes, cleats, tubes, Sram, Campagnolo group sets among other things as it seeks to promote health style living through cycling.

With an initial target of 30 bicycles and 100 spare parts per month,the company is setting its target higher in the long run.In terms of sportswear the company will not limit itself to
cycling only but will go beyond the niche, supplying all types of sportswear.

Cycle Village and Sports Wear Director Ruvimbo Katuruza said the
with an effective supply chain from the United Kingdom,durability of the products was guaranteed.Katuruza added that cycling was now a lifestyle for many and a
way of keeping healthy in the outdoors.”

“We are excited to be launching a shop that will help cyclist in Zimbabwe access bikes spare parts and equipment that is needed.With our effective supply chain from the United Kingdom, our products have long durability. Cycling is now a lifestyle for many and a way for keeping healthy in the outdoors and cycle village and sportswear is glad to be supporting that,” she said. Cycling in Zimbabwe has always been a popular past time due to the warm climate and the country first gained prominence on the world stage shortly after independence.

Collection & Ordering at
Wallpaper World Zimbabwe, Shop 9,
Cambitzis Building,
King George, Avondale Shops, Harare. Zimbabwe
+236718098959 sales@cyclevillagezim.com

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