New Zealand has been experiencing a particularly cold bout of weather over the past few weeks leading to really treacherous riding conditions for bikers, which is where the team at Moto One can be of service with their online motorcycle parts shop. With regard to tyres, below is the link to a new release product that are great performers which Moto One recommend to their customers. Customers can come and purchase them at the Moto One outlet at 1/66 Hobill Avenue in Manukau and have the tyres fitted to their bikes. Please visit the website at http://moto.michelin.com/tyres/michelin-pilot-road-4 .
Moto One is the preferred online motorcycle parts shop and accessory supplier in New Zealand and they are the ‘go to’ source for anything and everything that is related to Moto. For anyone looking for motorcycle gloves, dirt bike parts, motorcycle tank bags, motorcycle leather jackets, motorcycle brakes, motorcycle boots, or any other type of product, the Moto One ‘easy to use’ website has a very extensive range. The team at Moto One strives to give their customers a positive shopping experience, so they can always expect great prices, high quality products, promotions and deals, and excellent customer service when they shop at Moto One. They even offer free shipping for orders over $150.
Moto One invite people to ‘Like’ them on Facebook to get early access to specials which they have on their website at www.motoone.co.nz . This includes specials on batteries, which are, inevitably slower to start during the cold winter months and hundreds of famous brands of motorcycle accessories.
Richard Wood, the founder and CEO of Moto One started the business five years’ ago as he had his own motorcycle and wanted to buy parts for it online. However, there were only a couple of New Zealand online stores, with a very limited selection of parts. As Richard had a background in website design, he decided to build his own website and, in the process, opened a shop in Manukau. He has recently re-designed the site to be more user friendly, and although he has more competition now, he believes he can offer the biggest range of parts and accessories in New Zealand.