Demon Tweeks is an Aladdin’s cave of expertly curated premium branded equipment and parts for the motorsport industry and has always included SPAL products in its offering.
With a massive global presence, Demon Tweeks is the supplier of choice for a wide range of customers from the enthusiast weekend racers to factory teams competing at the highest level. As well as stocking all things for 4 wheels, there is a specialist motorcycle division looking after motorcycle accessories, road and off-road bikes and accessories.
This longstanding customer has kicked off 2021 in a hugely positive way so SPAL’s Andy Clift had a chat with Guy Minshaw, head of motorsport, to see how the rest of the year might pan out; especially as the company marks an amazing 50 years in business.
“Pent up demand has driven sales so far this year as teams begin to get ready for events and competitions in May and the motorcycling fraternity prepare their bikes for when they will be able to take to the roads again. After the ups and downs of 2020, we are just keeping our heads down and holding it steady.
“We are very much looking forward to celebrating 50 years providing hands on motorsport experience, assisting and guiding customers and competitors to navigate the exhilarating all-consuming and adrenaline fuelled world of motorsport. Not only do we stock what we consider to be the very best brands in the world, but we prepare, race and repair with them ourselves because we sell what we believe in and know to be the best.
“Supplying premium brands to the motorsport industry is what Demon Tweeks is wholly recognised for and working with SPAL Automotive only strengthens our inventory and ethos. Our customers, when purchasing SPAL Automotive products are assured of high-quality products matched with reliability, all at a great price point.
“We have always stocked SPAL products and have been dealing with SPAL Automotive UK since their inception in 2009. They supply premium products while providing a fantastic service and have done so right from the start.”