Sunday, June 20, 2021

Prestigious cycle brand moves HQ to Chesterfield

Ubyk, which caters for the top end of the road and mountain bike market, is relocating its head office to Chesterfield.

Peter Curry, Owner and Managing Director said “Ubyk & Peak Bikes will combine HQ’s at Old Brick Works Lane in Chesterfield which all our national and international operations will be run from. We’re expecting to see a turnover of £10m this year which we hope to see as a great boost to local employment.”

“The integration of operations in Chesterfield will also allow us to open a retail store in the town.”

Ubyk has stores in Brighton, Oxford, Australia and The USA.  It also has a UK website and six other international websites to cater for France, Spain, Denmark, Australia, USA & Sweden.

The new Chesterfield store is planned to open later in February.

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