Photos: ‘Scooter Mart’ Holds Grand Opening

April 5, 2017 | 9 Comments

[Updated with video] The Scooter Mart — Bermuda’s first used bike dealership — held their Grand Opening this afternoon [April 5] at their Lovers Lane, Paget location, with Premier Michael Dunkley cutting the ribbon.

Scooter Mart buys used bikes from residents for cash, and then, in conjunction with its partners, cleans and repairs the bikes when required and then offers them for resale. The company also sell new bikes including Yamaha GT’s and Piaggio/Vespas.

“The specific innovation that is being well received locally is that individuals can trade in their old bike and get a significant credit towards another used vehicle or a new bike whichever they prefer,” a spokesperson said.

“In addition, Scooter Mart offers a ‘guaranteed repurchase’ option whereby a contract worker or resident can purchase a bike, and then have a guaranteed repurchase price from Scooter Mart after a set amount of time i.e. in 6 months or a year down the road. This effectively offers a simple and guaranteed way to buy and sell your used bike from a reputable local company.”

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  1. PBanks says:

    Good luck, seems like a nice concept for the Bermuda market.

  2. Rasta says:

    Good luck!

  3. Morris Malone sr. says:

    Congratulations. Wonderful idea.

  4. Davie Kerr says:

    This sounds like an excellent idea for former residents such as me, who still have their Bermuda driving licences, to get temporary transport while they’re visiting. Nothing against the livery companies, but at around 330 lbs I don’t do 50cc rental bikes any more!

  5. puzzled says:

    Great to see young folks making things happen and opening a new venture.
    May the goodtimes continue.

  6. Annie Smith says:

    Great Job! So proud of you nick!

  7. Paul Reviere says:

    Nice idea, just hope it doesn’t become a catalyst for even more stolen bikes throughout the island.
    Too many chop shops now on the island.

  8. Hummmm says:

    That’s a great idea, but let’s get a used car dealership up and running. Oh I forgot that would be stepping some big toes hummmmm

    • wahoo says:

      It would be up to an entrepreneur to start a used car dealership right now people are content to sell there cars on emoo or similar. If you know of someone who wants to start a used car dealership tell him/her there is nothing stopping them.

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