Silverfish Finance

We are pleased to announce that we are now offering 0% finance on our ex-demo and clearance bikes. Finance applications can be made via email in three easy steps.

  1. Register on our website here
  2. Send us an email including the name of the bike you are interested in, your full name, address, Silverfish UK account number, email address and mobile number
  3. Fill out the application provided to you via email or text by our finance partner

Emails should be sent to with the subject reading “Finance Application”.

For further details you can visit our Finance FAQ page. Alternatively you can make your finance application during office hours by phone.

Tel:01752 843 882

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Twenty two years ago, pro MTB racer Dave Turner put his name on the first Turner Burner. A bike that would go on to become a much copied icon and a flagship for early adopters of truly effective, efficient and reliable full suspension. Fast forward to 2016 and the latest range of Turner bikes sees arguably the biggest leaps forward in design and evolution Turner has seen to date. Dave’s ultra-fastidious ride based geometry and suspension tune development is also backed up with trademark Turner features. Features like the grease injected journal bearings on the DW linkages and the meticulously handmade in the US alloy frame.

As much as the millimetre perfect machining, flawless fish scale welds and optimised hydro-formed frame tubes have become Turner trademarks, they’re celebrating their success with the already established Czar, by launching their second carbon frame, the all-new v4 RFX.

Not only do we see the return of the RFX in its fourth guise featuring 160mm DW travel, Enduro Max bearings, huge headtube and looks to die for, but Dave Turner has brought his love of Cyclo-Cross racing to his range with the introduction of the Cyclosys. Bolt-thru axles, internal cable routing and features that make the bike ideally suited to CX racing, gravel touring or the dash to work make it a skinny (or not so skinny) tyred bike to be reckoned with!

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