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New Motorsports Shop Opening In York County

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YORK- A new retail shop specializing in a variety of electric motor bikes and other vehicles will soon open in York County.

Dirty Quads Motorsports & Graphics is set to open in the Village Square at Kiln Creek Shopping Center on Victory Boulevard in mid-September.

The establishment will open in an 8,000 square foot space in the shopping center and sell various electric bikes including dirt bikes, all-terrain vehicles, golf carts, utility-terrain vehicles, go karts, skateboards, and other recreational vehicles. Apparel, safety gear, and other merchandise will also be available for purchase.

Dirty Quads Motorsports & Graphics will open in a former Dress Barn store. York County Board of Supervisors first approved the new business in July.

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