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Local eBike store makes a ‘wheel’ difference

Local eBike store Hampshire eBikes, based in Andover’s Chantry Centre, is now entering its 5th successful month in business; having opened in June this year.

Supporting Andover’s keyworkers during this difficult time has been a priority since its opening and, as such, those behind the Hampshire eBikes store have made the decision to stay open during the current lockdown with social distancing measures in place – offering free eBike repairs to all NHS staff. As well as supporting Andover’s NHS staff, owner of Hampshire eBikes, Ed Thomas, also hopes that by staying open, the store can help individuals using a lower-risk mode of transport to travel between home and work or school, as well as people looking for a safer way to exercise and enjoy some fresh air.

Speaking of the store, Ed Thomas commented: “2020 has been an incredibly difficult year for all of us, but by offering free repairs to all NHS staff and staying open during the current lockdown, we hope that we can support the town – especially our keyworkers – to stay active, mobile, and doing a fantastic job looking after those in need.

Hampshire eBikes is a specialist electric bike store based in the Chantry Centre in Andover town centre, selling a number of high quality eBike brands, including Mark2 and Batribike. For more information about Hampshire eBikes, please visit: www.hampshire-ebikes.co.uk/

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