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Tomahawk introduces range of new bicycles for New Year season

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Tomahawk Bicycles with a prestigious history of over 20 years in the world of bicycles, introduces a range of attractive bicycle models for the festive season. Black X, Mack X, Lenox and Folding bicycles are among the models introduced.  

Tomahawk Bicycles suitable for children as well as adults, makes the bicycle journey a pleasure and adds new excitement to it. Ever since the introduction of the Tomahawk Bicycle into Sri Lankan 20 years ago, it has been a revolutionary change to the bicycle market. Tomahawk Bicycles has become the trusted name as an ideal bicycle brand for men, women, children and even sports. 

The range of Tomahawk Bicycles presents one that greatly benefits the strong youth of the country. Mack X and Black X are ideal for children above the age of 10 while the Lenox bicycle has been introduced to children of 16 years. These bicycles, which are all mountain bicycles come packed with a double disc brake system as well as an eighteen-speed gear system. The bicycle frame comes with a warranty of 11 years.  Tomahawk Bicycles which has been a leading retailer of bicycles in Sri Lanka has also commenced the Sujaya Scholarship scheme to aid the education of children. 

A wider range of bicycles models can be seen at their Tomahawk Bicycle Showroom at No. 245/B, Galle Road, Colombo 4 (in front of Holy Family Convent). Tomahawk Bicycles also provides the exemplary service of allowing you to purchase your bicycle and have it delivered to your doorstep from the comfort of your home with their online payment system at tomahawkbike.webxpay.com. Contact them on 0112507307 for further information. 

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