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Motorcycle dealership in Bury St Edmunds to open new showroom

Paul Beamish, managing director of Krazy Horse ANL-150602-135328001
Paul Beamish, managing director of Krazy Horse ANL-150602-135328001

A Bury St Edmunds customised motorcycle dealership is launching a second site to show-case three premium brands.

Krazy Horse will open the 6,000 sq ft showroom opposite its main site at Lark Valley Business Park, in Lamdin Road on Saturday, February 28.

It will feature cars from UK based Morgan Motor Company as well as Victory and Indian motorcycles from the US.

Paul Beamish, managing director of Krazy Horse, said: “We need more space in our main venue, more dealership space and more space for our workshops and this new acquisition will give us just that within a short stroll from our main site.

“We’re delighted to now be a flagship main dealer for the Morgan Motor Company serving Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire and with everything creatively displayed in next-door venues, we can guarantee that we will have something for everyone with a passion for motorcycles and classic cars.”

One new member of staff has already been recruited - bringing the total employed by Krazy Horse to 31.

The business is looking to take on more staff this year for the new showroom.

To coincide with the venue’s launch, Krazy Horse is staging an exhibition of photography by Merry Michau, who is an acclaimed professional photographer, motorcycle enthusiast and custom builder. Visit www.krazyhorse.co.uk


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