Olympic International dealer Q&A series: Olympic Cycles

Olympic International cycling shoes have always been popular with cyclist seeking quality product at a good price. The new Olympic cycling shoes take a step up with technical and functional features like lightweight, waterproof fabrics and high grip soles. They designed for riders who are likely to spend a lot of time on the bike. We spoke to Mr Jason Lind at Olympic Cycles to find out what he thinks of the new Olympic cycle range. Prices range from R1,199 – R1,699 and sizes are available 3-13.

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How long have you been around for and how many stores do you have?

 

Since 1936. We have two branches in Cape Town, being Claremont and Kenilworth

 

How big is your product range in cycling?

 

We stock something for all genres of cycling and all level of ability, for lifestyle and sports cyclists

 

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Do you cater for beginners, intermediate or specialist cyclist?

 

Yes, we cater for all.

 

Do you cater for mainly road cyclist or for mountain bikers as well?

 

We are a comprehensive stores with plenty for roadies and mountain enthusiasts

 

What does your customer look for in a good cycling shoe?

 

Performance, comfort and style.

 

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What do you think about the Olympic new cycling range?

 

Looks like a good value solid shoe.

 

Do you think Olympic cycling shoes offer value for money?

 

Yes

 

What is your company doing to promote cycling in South Africa?

 

We offer race support at several events throughout the calendar. We were the sweep vehicle for the popular Moon Light Mass monthly events, we engage with all those who visit us to ensure they are ready and kitted to be out there on their cycles.

 

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Where can we find your stores?

 

67 Imam Haron Road , Claremont and 311 Main Road, Keniloworth




1 Comments

Shebeen, May 09 2016 10:47

When did the river club store shut down?