August 11, 2005.
Bert Harkins Racing is running a series of Dealer Open Days at their Luton HQ with the aim of setting up a small network of specialised dealers to handle the 2006 range of Scott Street clothing.
Last year, Scott bought the Yoko factory in Finland and now has a design team working exclusively on Scott clothing.
In a recent Rider Survey on textile clothing in RiDE Magazine, Yoko Gore-Tex came out on top with 90.7% of the readers' votes, so the public already know the quality of this product.
Alan Harris and Gary Taylor, Bert Harkins' famous Yamaha TDM-riding Reps who always test any new BHR products to the limit, have been wearing the Scott Gore-Tex gear riding in all weathers - totting up 75,000 miles between them - and have given Scott their top marks for comfort, protection and for staying waterproof in the toughest conditions.
Featuring Gore-Tex, Batavia and the new HDM Superfabric abrasion-resistance protection from America, plus the SAS-Tech CE-approved armour, Scott offers the best features in their range of road clothing.
BHR can offer the dealers a generous area in which to develop sales, excellent profit margins backed up with advertising, shop displays and product testing in the various magazines.
Dealers can benefit from the high profile of Scott and BHR in the Off-Road world and get in on the ground floor of this exciting new project.
For more information and an invite to the BHR Dealer Days, just contact Bert or one of his team on 0582-491076 for your free lunch, which will be wrapped in some Scott sales brochures.
The "BHR Open Days" also cater for dealers who are purely Off Road, so there is something for everyone at Bert Harkins Racing.