December 6th 2004. Worcestershire-based Apache Quads has re-located to larger premises in order to cope with increasing demand. The move effectively doubles warehousing and parts-storage capacity, and gives greater office space for administrative support.

Apache claims to offer a comprehensive, fast-order, off-the-shelf service, and is supported by a nationwide network of more than 400 dealers for sales, servicing and maintenance.

Since the launch of the RLX 50 and RLX 100 quads, which have become best-sellers, the Apache range has expanded year on year. The RLX line-up now includes a 'high-spec' Silversport and a 'rugged' Army model. In addition, the company offers a Tomahawk 50 mini quad for younger riders and the PY50 and PY80 dirt bikes. Other new quads include the RLX 150 entry-level off-road model and the road-legal RLX 250. The collection is completed by the 150cc Superbug.

Richard Latham, Apache's Managing Director, said: "This new mini Apache has been well worth waiting for and our pre-Christmas stock was nearly sold out before the first stocks even arrived."

Apache now offers a range of clothing, including helmets, kids' wear and promotional jackets, polo shirts and baseball caps. There are also two new trailers, specifically designed for carrying quads, with a load-capacity of up to 500kg and, for agricultural use, Apache provides heavy-duty tipping trailers. The Groundsmen 800 and 1600 models feature a rugged steel construction and large 'balloon' tyres.

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Pictured: The new Apache warehouse