The Irish Motorcycle Repair Shop – Miss A: The bike shop in Dublin which was closed for the weekend
It was supposed to be the busiest weekend in Ireland’s history.
The local bike shop had been running all weekend and its owners had been doing a brisk trade on their new motorcycles, but the shop was closing at midnight on Saturday night due to a lack of customers.
The shop was closed, but it’s not just the bikes that are affected.
The shops bike shop is closed, as are its two bike repair shops, as is its garage and its bike maintenance shop.
As of Sunday morning, the shop had just three people working on bikes, but one of them was still working.
The owner of the shop said the owners of the bike repair shop in Kildare Road, Dublin was closed down by a lack to hire more staff.
“We were working all weekend, but this weekend we had a huge problem with the bike shop,” said Patrick Byrne.
He said the shop’s bike repair department was closed because the owners had not hired enough staff to work on the bikes.
“This is just a bit of bad luck.
I’ve been waiting on this for four years now. “
It’s been quite a bad week.
I’ve been waiting on this for four years now.
I don’t want to speculate on that. “
I don’t know if they’ve had a week off for the past six weeks.
I don’t want to speculate on that.
And I say, no, this is going to be a good deal. “
People come in and say, ‘Oh, we have to buy this bike, it’s too expensive.’
And I say, no, this is going to be a good deal.
I’m sure there’s a good chance we can work something out.”
The shop owner said the reason the shop is closing is that there is a lack for staff to deal with the new motorcycles coming into the shop.
“When I started up here, we had two, a Honda and a Ducati.
We had a lot of interest from new riders.
We’re hoping to have more riders coming in, but that’s not the case,” he said.
The owners of both shops have been dealing with the issue of bike sales, but said they would not be selling their bikes for a few weeks.
“The problem is we’re closing, but what can we do?
We’re just not able to do the job we’re doing,” said Byrne.
The Irish Government has announced it will provide financial support to the owners and they said they hoped to have all their bikes back in stock by Monday morning, but were not sure how long that would take.
“There’s a lot more bikes that will come in, we’ll need more people to come in,” said the owner.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads (Dáil Éireann) said the Government would provide funding to the business owners to help them with the costs of repairing the bikes and their garage, and the repair shops bike repair business.
“All businesses operating in Dublin are now eligible for a financial support payment, including the owner of a bike repair service business, the owner or occupier of a garage, or the owner, occupier or occupiers of a motorcycle repair shop,” a spokesperson for Dáil Eireann said.
Customers should call the repair shop and report any issues they may have.”