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Cookstown Cycles

Client Portfolio: Cookstown Cycles

Cookstown Cycles


Based in Cookstown Northern Ireland, Cookstown Cycles is a long established cycle shop serving the local community and further afield via their website.

As with most bike shop in recent years, even after investing heavily in a full ecommerce platform and only advertising Cookstown Cycles were seeing a steep decline in their online business. The platform they previously used for their website whilst an excellent ecommerce platform wasn't performing well to promote the shop locally, so we were approached to redress the balance: They still wanted to continue to list and sell products online, but with a much slicker, easier to manage and cheaper platform, while at the same time using the website to drive local footfall.

Our popular Bike Box template was chosen as the basis for the new site and our CMS Store as the selling platform.

The standard template was also adapted to include many self-updating sections that the guys in the shop could change themselves as often as they want with no additional costs.

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