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May Newsletter

May Newsletter
Bespoke Manufacture… As well as a wide range of standard electric vehicles covering a multitude of applications, Bradshaw specialises in design and build of bespoke electric vehicles to meet specific requirements that customers have. This may be modifications to our existing product range, from the simple alteration to a tow hitch, through to
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Club Car Further Enhances the Unique Experience for Golf At Goodwood customers

Golf At Goodwood, one of England’s most distinctive and unique sporting venues, has updated its vehicle fleet with 20 new custom-built Precedent i2 vehicles from Club Car, the world’s largest manufacturer of small-wheel electric vehicles. The golf cars, delivered by the official supplier to St Andrews Links Trust and The European Tour, will supplem
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Bespoke Tunnel Trucks

Bradshaw has designed and developed four bespoke tunnel trucks, specially produced to be driven from either end to allow the vehicle to easily go back and forth in the tunnel. The TT1000 electric trucks are capable of carrying up to 4,000kg and towing up to 10,000kg. To ensure safe use of the vehicles within the tunnels, various requirements were n
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Pink Buggy a Success on First Outing

Redbourn Golf Club, part of Burhill Golf and Leisure (BGL), was the first organisation to adopt our Pink Buggy initiative, raising a significant sum towards supporting those affected by Breast Cancer Care.   Seen on the fairways of Redbourn Golf Club numerous times throughout their Pink Buggy Week from 25th April, players were able to hire the spec
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Holiday Homes on the Move with a Bespoke Bradshaw Pedestrian Tug

A caravan manufacturer in North Yorkshire has taken delivery of a pedestrian controlled PT400 for use within the production area, towing caravans including holiday homes weighing up to 8,000kg. The PT400 electric pedestrian tug is a 3 wheel-vehicle with a fully adjustable speed up to 4mph.  At just 700mm wide, the vehicle fitted the requirement of
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