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Bradford-based Nicholas Noble (UK), trading as Nicholas Noble Motorcycle Clothing, has gone bust. This family-run apparel and accessories retailer, which was founded in 1990, operated from a former mill on the city’s Frizinghall Road.

The company collapsed into administration on 31 December 2018. Jeremy Bleazard of insolvency practitioner XL Business Solutions was appointed as administrator and has already begun to liquidate its assets.

Bleazard has commissioned auctioneer Walker Singleton to dispose of stock — comprising leather, textile and casual clothing, gloves, boots, helmets, luggage and other accessories — in an online auction running over the week of 4-8 February. Some 3000-plus lots have a notional SRP valuation of about £500,000. Brands include Bell, Caberg, Knox, Lazer, Merlin, Richa, RST, Shark, Shoei, Sidi, Spada and Wolf. Display fixtures and fittings, warehouse equipment and office furniture are also up for sale.

For further information, call Walker Singleton on 0113 848 0101 or browse walkersingleton.co.uk. 

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