Bike SA partners with the Fire It Up Club

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Bike SA magazine has partnered with the Fire It Up Club offering members a free one-year subscription to the digital platform. 

The Fire It Up Club was launched at the end of July with a launch party. Shop CEO Craig Langton welcomed more than 300 guests and explained how the club was the fulfilment of his commitment to all past, present and future customers of Fire It Up. 

“The Fire It Up Club has been in the making for the past two years and whilst we have been focusing on always improving the buying experience, we have also been developing a unique lifestyle experience that comes with owning a motorcycle.

“This is not just a 10% off accessories and monthly breakfast run club. At Fire It Up we are passionately driving this club and we promise to be the most exciting and exclusive club in South Africa.

“Firstly, we are planning to bring likeminded people together offering members the experience of a lifetime with a rewards program attached.

“Secondly, the benefits of group purchases that are exclusive to club members only with savings and offerings unheard of. An example of this is a Shark Helmet which normally retails for R3699, for club members the price is R1899 – that’s the best deal in the world and it’s only the beginning!

“Our Fire It Up! customers are made up of entrepreneurs, business owners, directors, managers to name but a few and we are inviting them to contact us if they believe they can add value to the Fire It Up! Club.”

Donovan Fourie and Harry Fisher of The Bike Show and Alan McLellan of Legacy Lifestyle outlined what members could expect from the club.

“This will be a club that encompasses everything involving motorcycling,” said Donovan Fourie, “from morning rides to technical training sessions, from rider training to weekends away, from wine and whiskey tastings to incredible food experiences, from balloon safaris to MotoGP weekends, whether we watch them here in SA or live at the track!

“Lots of people who buy bikes don’t always have friends to ride with, which has always been one of the best parts of owning a motorcycle; that community spirit. Likewise, the club will give access to great special offers on everything from apparel and technical services to weekends away and other great events.”

Along with the free one-year subscription to Bike SA, club members will also benefit from an every growing list of other partners offering member-only specials ranging from rider training to tours to insurance specials and events. 

Everyone who buys a motorcycle from Fire It Up from this point forward will get a year’s free membership to the club. If you have previously bought a motorbike from Fire It Up you can join the club for just R250 admin fee.
For more information, call in to Fire It Up and ask any of their sales staff or mail info@fireitup.club. 

Pic: Meghan McCabe

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