Go Outdoors, the large-scale British outdoor retailer, reportedly wants to open 43 Cycle Concept stores in its outlets in the next three months. Cycle sales have apparently doubled in the stores where Go Outdoors trialed the concept, with in-store workshops and personalized fitting. The Cycle Concept areas should offer hundreds of cycling products, from road bikes to mountain bikes and smaller categories such as fat bikes. While it buys products from suppliers such as Orbea, Ghost and Raleigh, the British retailer also launched its own Calibre brand of bicycle products three years ago. Go Outdoors reportedly said that the expansion of Cycle Concept would create 240 jobs across the U.K. and about 1,800 jobs should be added in all with the opening of six more superstores. The openings will include the first Go Outdoors store in Northern Ireland, north of Belfast in Newtonabbey. The retailer's website currently lists 56 stores including three new ones in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Chatham and Peterborough. Apart from the opening north of Belfast, another store is to open shortly in Leeds.