December 2013 Newsletter

Newsletter          December 2013

 

‘Tis the season…….. to sit back, relax and plan your next biking getaway.

 

To all customers, past, present and future we wish you all a very Merry Xmas and happy biking 2014

 

Our offices will be closed during the bank holidays and on Friday 27th December. And, like you, we will begin participating in the festive celebrations from lunchtime on Christmas Eve and New Year’s eve. If you do need to get hold of us just call and leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

 

From time to time we have shipping containers with additional space in so if your timing is flexible then you can share a container with some of our other customers which helps to give everyone lower prices.

One such example is coming soon:-

If you are travelling in or to Peru and will be in Lima around the 19th February 2014 we have space for a few bikes in a container back to the UK.

If you are interested then drop us a line with your details, the number and type of bikes and we’ll work out what your share of the cost will be.

 

Some fantastic news for us. The BIFA Freight awards are the freight industry’s equivalent of the Oscars or Grammys. Moto Freight are one of four finalists for the Project Forwarding award. The winner will be announced at a Lunch Ceremony in London in January 2014. Wish us luck. Even if we don’t win, to be nominated as a finalist is a great honour and truly exciting.

 

Other stuff –

If you are a UK citizen and considering travel insurance, remember that we have a package available for adventure travellers.

 

Are you a classic collector with bikes that you need to keep clean and safe? We have climate controlled, secure storage available with many additional services such as battery trickle charging, wheel rotation, collection and delivery and have contact with professional bike cleaning services who clean bikes at our premises

 

This year the Reading Toy run was a great success with probably the warmest December days for many years. Thousands of bikers (including us) joined the procession to deliver toys to Barnados

 

Keep the wheels turning