Re-use gold standard for city store
A LOCAL second hand store in Glasgow has received the stamp of approval from Scotland’s re-use quality standard scheme.
SoulRiders, a store selling pre-loved bikes, has been awarded the kitemark by Zero Waste Scotland, the organisation behind Revolve, the re-use quality standard scheme for shops who sell second hand goods.
Located on Forth Street,they have been selling bikes in Glasgow for three years.
The team also carry out repairs on the bikes of the public, offers mechanical training, and also brings the community together with regular cycling rides.
Rashid Khaliq, chief executive at SoulRiders, said: “Second hand doesn’t have to mean second best. Revolve certified stores offer quality pieces where customers can be confident they are buying quality goods.”