99 Bikes Blasts into Cannon Hill
Leading cycling retailer 99 Bikes has leased a retail showroom at Cannon Hill in Brisbane’s east for its latest South East Queensland outlet through Ray White Commercial.
The expanding company headed by Matthew Turner, the son of Flight Centre founder Graham ‘Skroo’ Turner, has secured premises at 1/937 Wynnum Road, Cannon Hill, in a deal negotiated by Jonothan Jones and Rhiannon Jones of Ray White Commercial Brisbane Trade Coast.
Jonathon Jones said the 300 sqm showroom plus storage area has been freshly painted and offers excellent exposure to busy Wynnum Rd.
“This is an ideal location for the latest Brisbane store for 99 Bikes,” he said.
“It’s on a prominent corner position and has great signage opportunities. There’s ducted air-conditioning throughout the showroom, which has front doors facing onto Wynnum Rd with a rear roller door and side door access via Muir St.”
Rhiannon Jones said 99 Bikes has a growing number of conveniently located stores across South East Queensland as well as Sydney and Melbourne.
“99 Bikes is certainly the bike shop for riders in Brisbane’s eastern suburbs as it has outlets at Morningside, Murrarie, Bulimba, Balmoral, Carindale, Tingalpa, Camp Hill, Coorparoo and now Cannon Hill,” she said.
99 Bikes has taken out a 5 + 5 year lease at a gross rental of $80,000 per annum plus GST.
The 99 Bikes Cannon Hill bicycle shop has a huge range of road bikes, mountain bikes, hybrid bikes, commuter bikes, fixie bikes, cruiser bikes, BMX and kids bikes. The store is open 7 days, with on-site bicycle mechanic and bike workshop offering servicing and repairs on all bike brands and styles.