CBS Automotive offers courtesy cycle option

Naeem Khokhar with the companies Courtesy Bike: Pictures Keith Jones

Naeem Khokhar with the companies Courtesy Bike: Pictures Keith Jones

When the Khokhars’ acquired established Cambridge firm CBS in August last year they knew they wanted to make a difference to their target market. Car owners. Car owners in East Anglia and especially car owners in Cambridge. But hey – Cambridge is a bicycle town! Cars and bikes move along the same roads and some days are better than others. We all know that.
With this in mind, CBS Automotive is now offering a ‘courtesy bike’ while your car is fitted with the latest technology, tow bar or cycle carrier. The CBS courtesy bike will no doubt prove popular; it ticks a lot of boxes – reducing city centre congestion (and the carbon footprint), not to mention the opportunity for a good dose of cardiovascular exercise. It should save time too when traffic is heavy.
If you are one of the dozens of people who visit CBS’ Clifton Road premises each week to have the latest after-market technology installed – whether it’s Bluetooth hands-free, vehicle tracking, multimedia, parking sensors, BluEye or a tow bar – make a note to book the courtesy bike. Anticipating that this will prove a popular option, CBS Automotive managing director Naeem Khokhar has already ordered courtesy bike number two!
And yes, for the safety conscious among you, both a helmet and a bike lock are provided.
No reason to panic if this is not quite what you had in mind, CBS can provide you with a more traditional courtesy vehicle – a car. With four wheels. No helmet or bike lock though.
Contact CBS Automotive online at cbscentres.co.uk or on (01223) 563030.
:: CBS’ range of in-car cameras is proving ever more popular in these cash-for-crash and insurance-heavy times. Seen above is the DVR1, which can be mounted discreetly behind the rear view mirror. Prices start at £159 plus VAT.

Read more: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Drive/CBS-Automotive-offers-courtesy-cycle-option-20140221103503.htm#ixzz2uV21iBII

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