Nick Boyland opened his doors for business from the garage behind Victory Garage in 1992. The garage had been empty for some time and was known only as "Rear of Victory Garage".
Nick worked hard to establish the garage as a business in its own right, first concentrating on car repairs and restorations under the banner of Cherished Vehicles Coachworks. A few years later, the appeal of classic cars seemed to wane, so Nick re-launched the garage as Church Street Garage. The garage is now established under this name.
The latter part of the nineties saw the rise in popularity of the three-wheeled motorcycle, or trike, as an alternative form of transport and fun. Nick soon found himself in demand as a builder of trikes and RHINO TRIKES was born.
Nick is now one of the most well known and established trike builders in the UK with all of the manufacturing and assembly still carried out at the rear of Victory Garage. Rhino Trikes have recently entered into an agreement with Uralmoto (UK) Ltd whereby they exclusively receive the Voyage motorcycle from the Ural factory in Russia, for the purpose of converting to a trike. This makes them one of the first trike manufacturers to receive full factory backing and warranty.
Rhino Trikes went online in January with the launch of; www.rhinotrikes.co.uk. In the coming year Nick hopes to expand sales into other countries.