Perry Bikes is the proud new agent for Giant Bicycles North Coast! Visit our Perry Bikes showroom at 13 Moffat Drive, Ballito Business Park, and explore our wide range of Giant road, mountain and BMX bicycles for both kids and adults. Your one-stop-shop for everything bikes, we’ve got everything you need to up your cycling game, including the latest gear, accessories, spares and a fully-equipped workshop. Our new Giant Ballito website and online store is coming soon – so watch this space!
Perry Bikes expands it’s multi-franchise identity! We are now the sole distributor and service partner of the KMSA umbrella group in KZN – comprising of Kawasaki, Sym, Aeon and Triumph and will be offering the sale and servicing of these outstanding brands from both our Hillcrest and Glen Anil branches.
We are especially proud to have yet again been awarded the Number ONE Husqvarna dealership for 2017 – making Perry Bikes the leading dealership in the country for THREE years running. We pride ourselves in being a partner and representative of this exceptional brand and currently stock the whole Motocross, Enduro and Supermoto range – with top of the range accessories, spares and after-market servicing.
Perry Bikes remains confident in our ability to deliver the exceptional service, choice and workmanship that our clients are familiar with, and look forward to welcoming new customers to experience our passion and extensive involvement in the sport. With over thirty years of experience and representation, we have grown from strength to strength, in spite of the harsh economic climate. We believe that with expert motorcycle technicians, a knowledgeable and welcoming sales team and an unprecedented finance division, we can continue to expand and bring our customers the foremost in everything-motorcycle. You can find us in Hillcrest at Shop 4&5, The Crest, 45 Old Main Road, in Glen Anil at 1 Sneezewood Road and now in Ballito at 13 Moffat Drive. We welcome and encourage new and current clients to view our showroom and new and used motorcycles on display.