Fowlers Motorcycles have had a long partnership with Castle Combe Circuit and this has extended with sponsorship of the Grand National Race Meeting on 1st and 2nd September. Fowlers started life way back in 1926 when Frank and Alice Fowler first opened their cycle shop. The Great War had ended only eight years earlier and the General Strike was in full swing. The average wage was £2 a week and a new motorbike would set you back less than £20.
There's probably no motorcycle retailer in the UK - or even Europe! - offering its customers more choice and for those who wish to travel to visit this truly spectacular dealership, there is a large car park and Harry's Cafe provides a spacious and relaxing environment in which to kick off your boots and tuck into some delicious grub. The premises are air-conditioned throughout and fully accessible. There is also a plasma TV, table football and even a baby-changing facility!
Although Fowlers is one of the longest established businesses in motorcycling, it is far from rooted in the past. Stephanie says, "Our loyal customers and friendly and knowledgeable staff are Fowlers’ greatest assets, which is why the company invests a huge amount of effort in continuously monitoring and improving customer service and thorough staff training. There is also a keen recognition of the need to keep abreast of the times and take advantage of the latest technologies and trends."
These philosophies are immediately evident when you visit the spectacular new showroom in Bristol. The cutting edge, dream dealership seems a very fitting way to take Fowlers’ vision to the next generation.
Fowlers will once again be bringing a display of fantastic bikes and accessories to the event along with their members lounge.
For further information on Fowlers click here: www.fowlers.co.uk
For further information about the grand national click here www.bikesatcombe.co.uk