October 24 2007.

The future of one of Britain's biggest motorcycle and clothing retail chains is secure following financial restructuring at Infinity Motorcycles that leaves the original four directors in control of the business. Trading at branches of Infinity was temporarily suspended for several days, while details of the deal were finalised, and doors re-opened on Saturday 20th October.

Under the terms of the arrangement all four London stores will continue trading under the Infinity banner, along with showrooms in Peterborough, Southampton and York. Infinity will also retain its clothing & accessories outlet in Farnborough, while motorcycle sales will continue from the adjacent showrooms under new and separate ownership.

Three of Infinity's shops, in Cardiff, Guildford and Twickenham, will not reopen, as it was not feasible to include them in the package. However, with nine outlets, including a substantial motorcycle dealership on Clapham High Street, Infinity remains a major player in UK motorcycle retailing.

"We're confident that Infinity has emerged from this period leaner and fitter and we must thank all of our staff and our key suppliers for their support during this stressful period," states Managing Director Rob Puttick. "With the business back under the direct control of its four operational directors, we will be able to focus on continuing to provide our customers with great deals and service on top brands."

Infinity will have a major presence at this year's NEC Bike Show.

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