Staff at the former Hein Gericke motorcycle accessory store in Norwich are back in work, days after it closed after being taken on by another company.

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The store in Ber Street was among several of the 49 national outlets axed when the parent company was bought out of administration.

However, Southampton-based Infinity Motorcycles have now completed on the lease of the premises and taken on all three former staff. Lydia McClintock, store manager, said the store was open and would be fully up and running in the next few days.

The new Norwich showroom is the company’s eighth.

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