Ghostbikes Expands to European Market
"Ghostbikes has always used the internet to reach customers and because the web allows us to open our store to the worldwide biking community without having shops in every country we've kept making a profit despite the recession,” said Ghostbikes chairman Adam Patel. "With an international website and a top quality new range of biking boots and helmets on sale I am confident 2010 will be another great year for us," he added.
The company started its activity five years ago, during which their product range has gradually increased from a small bike collection to a wide range of top motorbike helmets, gloves, boots and accessories, including top names like Shoei, Airoh and now their own range of exclusive products.
The company sponsors 18-year-old bike racer Reece Rothwell, who finished third in the UK Triumph Triple Challenge this month. Moreover, the company became a UK Top 60 Ebay Titanium Seller this year.
"I'm proud we are now the biggest UK eBay seller of motorbike merchandise in the UK. Our staff have worked hard to gain the trust of the biking community. We're looking forward to showcasing our brand across other countries in Europe," concluded Patel.
According to ghostbikes, some of the company’s key points to success are its easy exchange or refund policy, fast delivery plus a choice of timed delivery and express delivery, different ways to buy (online, by telephone or by visiting the store), as well as a 100 percent safe and secure ordering system.