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Trails and table sales at bike boutique

Bristol bike boutique Mud Dock are letting others do the trading in two weeks time.
In typically flambouyant style, their table sale / cycle jumble is being held in the upstairs cafe bar from 6:30 thru to 9:30 on Monday 10th September with a live DJ to drown out the haggling. We’ll leave the rest of the taster to Mud Dock themselves;
Where else can you go and sell those cycling items that lay in the shed with no further use to you? Where else can you find someone who might find that 1995 right hand XT thumbshifter invaluable? Where else will you be able to do this INDOORS, along with an amply stocked BAR!!?? AND a DJ!?
Tables are strictly on a limited basis and are already filling fast.
If you would like a table, the cost is only £5.00 per table. Get in touch with Scott and the team in Mud Dock Bristol on telephone 0117 929 2151 for a booking form.
Mud Dock will also have a table there for the evening, selling items from the darkest corners of the workshop, so there are bound to be some bargains that even the Mud Dock staff will be scrambling for!
XTR 8Speed Chainset for £80 NEW!,
NEW Tioga Disc Drive Pro for £185,
Slightly used tyres from 50p each!,
Disc Brakes from £25 per wheel,
Magura Rim Brakes for £20 per wheel,
Saddles from £2 each,
Seatposts from £2 each,
Handlebars from £2 each,
Jennifer Lopez Calendar for £50 (Soiled),
Miami Rattlesnake in cage £101.96,
Some 1970’s adult magazines found in workshop,


So as you can see with all the customer tables too there will be something to meet even the strangest persons’ tastes.


The venue is the Mud Dock Cafe, on the 1st floor, which can be accessed by the side entrance facing the docks.


Mud Dock and their regular riders have also reached an agreement with Avon Valley Forest for the construction of a permanent network of mountain bike trails in the Leigh Woods area. The idea is to minimise damage from the increasing numbers of riders using this access restricted SSI area, as well as make it more accesible and provide safer routes for novice riders. Check out the website for more details.


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