As 2016 comes to a close, we look back over the last few months and share some of the important events for eSpokes and the ebike world. For eSpokes Electric Bikes, 2016 was the Year of the Move(s).
In January 2016 we moved eSpokes Daybreak from our original location at 11259 Kestrel Rise in Daybreak next door to a bigger space.
Moving requires lots of effort and careful planning, but this move was particularly exciting because it was in response to demand from great customers along the Wasatch Front.
We opened our first eSpokes Daybreak store in September 2014. Thanks to the overwhelming response to ebikes and the demand for service from our expert staff we quickly outgrew the initial 1800 square foot space and began discussions to expand.
We partnered with award-winning designer/architect Robert McArthur to create a new space that would showcase ebikes in an aesthetically exciting way. We researched successful bike stores around the country and poured through concept photos to find the right look and feel for eSpokes.
Sixteen months after we moved into our first Daybreak location, we packed boxes and shuttled ebikes, tools, and accesories next door into the new space. The new store features 2800 square feet: 1800 square feet of spacious showroom, wood floors, an expanded 1000 square foot service area.
It’s always exciting to watch a new space take form. Customers like the open floor plan where they can easily find Kalkhoff, Focus, Haibike, Pedego, Easy Motion and many more top ebike brands.
Even better, we are still in the convenient location on the picturesque SoDa Row in Daybreak with ample parking and a plethora of riding trails accessible from the shop. The larger-than-life window displays help you know that inside 11277 Kestrel Rise you will find one of the largest selections of ebikes in the greater Wasatch Front.
Little did we know, then, that this would be the first of three moves for the eSpokes family in 2016.
Watch for part II coming next Thursday.