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Bike showroom boss confident of sales revival

A €1 million purpose-built showroom for Honda motorbikes opens this weekend on Sundrive Road in Crumlin in Dublin.

8th July, 2006

A €1 million purpose-built showroom for Honda motorbikes opens this weekend on Sundrive Road in Crumlin in Dublin.

Tony Bannon, managing director of Capital Honda, which has moved to the Sundrive Road from Harolds Cross, has predicted a resurgence in the popularity of motorbikes. He opened his first Honda-only outlet 12 years ago, and was selling more than 700 bikes a year around 2000. While Bannon has since seen a fall-off in sales, caused mostly...

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