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4545 Sheppard Ave E. Scarborough. Ontario. M1S 1V3
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Cycle World Superstore has a long power sports history in Toronto Ontario. In February 2008, the difficult process of relocating started along with the backbreaking remodeling.The 9500sqft back building was completely gutted to the bare concrete walls and floors. He realized that with both stores gone that left a large part of the power sports community underserved in Toronto's east end. After long negotiations he purchased the Cycle World property and renamed the business Cycle World Superstore. Oddly enough and sadly, in August 2007 and after 30 years of serving the power sports community, Cycle World closed it's doors and the building was put up for sale.Well this immediately changed John's retirement plans. In June 2007 and now 54 years old, John Pugh had decided to leave the power sports business behind him. He had been in it since he was 18 and decided to sell The Motorcycle Superstore property and liquidate his stock. The Motorcycle Superstore wasn't a glitz and glamour motorcycle shop but loads of people knew if you wanted good deals on used bikes and new parts and accessories, it was the place to go and the 5500sqft store quickly became packed to the rafters and very tight on space. Cycle World quickly became a landmark location for many powersportsenthusiasts.Meanwhile in 1992, had opened an independent dealership location in downtown Toronto called, who had previously owned and operated three of Ontario's largest Kawasaki dealerships, John Pugh, The Motorcycle Superstore. The building at 4545 Sheppard Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, Canada was constructed in 1972 and the first tenants were Nelson Honda and the Royal Bank of Canada.Several years later, Nelson Honda was bought out by the owner of the building and he expanded the business into a multi-line OEM dealership that included Harley Davidson and renamed the dealership Cycle World. Several coats of new paint and durable epoxy floors transformed the space into a more welcoming environment for customers

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