And We Won!!!
We are delighted to announce that Cycle Systems won the prestigious industry award – the BikeBiz “Rising Star” prize – at the BikeBiz Awards event at the Hilton Metropole this year. Along with other industry heavyweights, such as Evans Cycles, Madison, Road CC and Cycling Plus, Sean Lally, Director of Cycle Systems, accepted his BikeBiz trophy in front of a packed house. The “Rising Star” category is a fairly new one at the BikeBiz event and has been set up to help promote and acknowledge the hard work and successes of smaller companies entering the trade.
Cycle Systems has been going from strength to strength. Started in 2007 by Sean and his wife Julia, the company has grown in size and stature and has recently attracted a partnership with Havering College to provide Government subsidized apprenticeship training in professional cycle mechanics.
“As the event takes place just before the Cycle Show, this prize is also a fantastic opportunity for us to let people know we are here” said Sean Lally. “I have been given the chance for unprecedented networking due to this award so I am truly grateful for those who helped organised and pull of such a great event” he went on. “I would encourage anyone in the cycle trade who is interested in high quality training provision to contact me. We are now in the business of providing Government QCF accredited Level Two and Level Three qualifications in Cycle Mechanics through an engineering framework and are very proud of the quality of both our facilities and instruction”
To contact Sean, please call him on 020 7608 2577 or his mobile 07726 921002 Or email him at: email@example.com
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