Well what a fantastic first Bike Night it was on Friday at Fowlers!
There were stalls to wander around, bikes of all descriptions to admire, a friendly atmosphere and great music by DJ Chunky all night. Topped off with the wonderful smell of BBQ in the air.
Each event a ‘bike of the night’ will be chosen. On Friday, congratulations went to Mark Hutton for his lovely Moto Guzzi T3 – well done Mark!
Bike Nights will be held at Fowlers on the second Friday of each month until September, from 5.30-8.30pm.
Keep an eye on Fowlers Facebook events for the latest on each Bike Night, including special guests!
The meeting point will be Fowlers at 9.30am for a 10.00am start, riding to the hospice in Wraxall. (Please remember to fuel up before arriving!)
Easter themed fancy dress is highly encouraged, so please get your best biker bunny outfits on! 🐰
To donate please go to Virgin Money Giving – Easter Bunny Ride
The suggested minimum donation on the day is £5 – thank you!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Fowlers would like to say a big THANK YOU to Julie Thomas for her donation of 12 Heroes Easter Eggs!
These are going to the FIRST 12 people to CHECK IN to Fowlers on Facebook as you arrive for the Bunny Ride! (Participants only 😊)
Everyone taking part will also receive a CREME EGG and HOT DRINK from the registration tent on the morning of the ride 😃
PLUS the first 50 people to sign up at the registration tent on the morning of the ride will receive a pair of black or pink HELMET BUNNY EARS!! 🐰
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Ride Culture – Oil – October 2017
After our last Ride Culture event in May, we’re back. Fowlers are teaming up with Spoke & Stringer, other Local Motorcycle Suppliers, Workshops and well known brands to bring Bristol the second Ride Culture event this year, bigger and better than before!
Whats new – Roll In morning Bike Meet, More Bikes, More Bands, Food + Drink, Cheaper Tickets!
LIVE MUSIC – STREET FOOD – CRAFT BEER – Q&A Sessions – EXHIBITION – ART – FILM – ROLL IN!
Limited Tickets available – once sold out – there’s no more space.
More info to come follow @RideCulture_Oil on Instagram.
Triumph announced their ground-breaking new Bobber in October 2016, using the massively popular T120 engine, but with a retro look and quality of styling rarely seen in a stock bike. The Bobber was an immediate hit with fans all over the world, and the launch was highly anticipated in 2017. As the day came around to unveil both the Bobber and the new Street Scrambler, Fowlers and Spoke & Stringer, a stylish surf and bike cafe in the Bristol harbour, got together to plan a launch event of a suitably cool calibre.
The entire Bonneville range was present on the night, showing off Triumph’s current range to its best – in addition to a handpicked selection of Triumph-branded clothing and accessories. Spoke & Stringer provided a delicious buffet – moroccan street food, rich coffees and a great selection of artisan beers and ales. Around 140 guests attended, and quickly packed out the small cafe.
The unveiling was preceded by a short video, showing the Bobber and Street Scrambler gliding through sun-kissed gorges – a bit of a contrast to the cold and darkness falling outside! The finale was heralded by the roaring of both bikes’ engines, and the Street Scrambler and iconic Bobber came thundering into the crowd, through the front doors, to take pride of place in the lobby.
Seats were sat on, details admired and lots of selfies taken – cementing the Bobber and the Street Scrambler as another two fantastic additions to the Triumph Bonneville stable.
Photos from the event are below – if you’re interested in any of the Triumph Bonneville range, including the new Bobber and Street Scrambler, please get in touch with Fowlers Triumph on 0117 977 0466.