Tony Rhodes is embarking on a new project to create an inclusive cycling shop Drayton Cycles, near Portsmouth. An avid racing cyclist since the age of 16, Tony had the privilege to ride and train with some of the country’s top professional cyclists Danny Horton, Keith Lambert, Paul Milnes and Dave Rayner to name but a few. It was on these training rides that Tony’s passion for cycling evolved. A Cytech trained mechanic with an engineering background, Tony is now ready to put his vast experience to good use through sharing his passion and knowledge.
Over the next three months Tony will be working closely with Dura to develop a professional, stylish and effective workshop in the new store. The workshop will feature an L shape run of Dura cabinets with precision tool storage, waste management systems as well as high and low level storage. Along with a state of the art workshop, the new store will offer customers the chance to use their static trainer to establish the best fit for them and their bike. Tony is determined to be inclusive for everyone from seasoned pros to those just starting out with a family bike ride.
With coffee readily available conversation will be flowing creating a true community spirit at Drayton Cycles where you can share stories and tips. Opening in August and stocking a wide range for both male and female riders, this will be the go to cycle shop for all levels of riders.