In an effort to beat the supply chain challenges from the pandemic of the last three years, Circuit Cycle & Sports in Millet has acquired the remaining inventory from Bravo 7 Cycle in Summerland, BC. “The owner of Bravo 7 Cycle, Ron Lyver, contacted us in February”, stated Brian Hahn, Owner of Circuit Cycle. “An offer was made and accepted to acquire the closing inventory of that bike shop.” Circuit Cycle received the inventory personally from the former bike shop operator on Tuesday, May 4th. “Bravo 7 Cycle was well and thoughtfully stocked.” advised Hahn.
On February 17th, Bravo 7 Cycles posted the following on Facebook. “To our valued clients, we have decided to close our doors in order to pursue other summer pursuits and business ventures. As a result, we have many bike parts and accessories for sale such as helmets, camel pack style backpacks, tires, rim, tubes as well as kickstands, seat bags and mirrors.”
The business venture mentioned by Mr. Lyver is a step forward, the details can yet be publicly disclosed, but it can be reported that British Columbia is getting a great tourist destination.
Ron Lyver is a certified bicycle mechanic and one that had built an excellent reputation in Summerland B.C.
Circuit Cycle is well stocked and probably has the largest selection of bicycle components, and bicycles in the region. You can see for yourself at 5012-50 Street (Hwy 2A), Millet, Alberta. They are open Tuesday through Saturday 10AM to 5PM.