Blackboy Hill Cycles is an Independent family run cycle shop situated on Whiteladies Road in Clifton, Bristol. We are a main dealer of specialized bicycles, also offering cycle hire. The shop sellsframes, accessories and clothing. Blackboy Hill Cycles is one of Bristol oldest established and specialised cycle shops in Bristol; we also offer a repair service. Our staff are really friendly and are pleased to offer sound advice to all our customers.
Proud to be serving their fourth generation of customers in Henleaze, Bristol, the family team at Harvey's Cycle Exchange have a wealth of experience and can advise customers as to the best option forthem. Offering our customers a full selection of cycles- children's, mountain, road, touring, city, hybrid, folding- you name it, we can provide it! Come in and see us to view our full range. Each cycle is tested to ensure it meets our exacting standards, so you're guaranteed the highest quality.
Bristol loves it's bikes! As the first Cycling City in the UK, Bristol is a wonderful city for cyclists to explore. Running through Bristol there is network of cycle paths and bike friendly routes,taking you to beautiful landmarks, hidden viewpoints, brilliant pubs and the nearby countryside or coast. Cycle the City is an independent business offering fun, informal and easy-going guided tours and bicycle hire in Bristol.
Most bikes are customised to suit the purpose and rider, often at no extra cost. We want to provide you with the right bike, of sufficient quality to give you years of use, at a good price. We custombuild quite a few steel framed cycles, particularly tourers, commuters and cross-country mountain bikes. Reynolds 853 and Tange Prestige are popular, from Cotic and Charge.
People need bikes for different reasons, riding up an Alpine Col and racing down the other side on a skinny wheeled state of the art carbon racing bike, plugging through the mud on a dual suspensionor a quick X-country 29er. It might be getting to work or just for fitness and fun, bikes are great. Bicycles are a very efficient mode of transport and don't need expensive fuel to run them.
Taylored Cycles Ltd is a friendly, Bristol based mobile bicycle mechanic business. We are a great alternative to using a bike shop for repairs in Bristol. If you are wondering, where do I get my bikerepaired in Bristol? then you have come to the right place.
John Wood's Cycle Repair Centre is the evolution of, the always cherished, John Woods Cycles in Hanham, Bristol. We aim to provide solid and useful advice to customers. If you are looking for honestand sensible solutions to all of your cycling needs, at John Wood's Cycle Repair Centre we pride ourselves on being open and honest. Here at John Wood's Cycle Repair Centre we have an amazing workshop geared up to work on your bike.
Cycle Route Downend has been born from the need and desire for all things cycling - we have been the local bike store in Downend since we opened our doors in December 2013 and we want that tocontinue, grow and become the hub we can all use and enjoy. At Cycle Route Downend we are here for all cyclists - a local independent bicycle store that aims to cater for all, run by local bike riding enthusiasts who know the area and know their product.
By trade I am a professional engineer with a keen interest in cycling. For the last 35 years I have worked for a number of multinational companies in various positions including Engineering Managerand for the last 15 years as Plant Manager positions both in the UK and in The Netherlands. My passion for cycling started as a boy when I was a member of the Weaver Valley Cycling Club and was regularly cycling distances upto 100 miles each Sunday as a teenager on the Sunday club runs.
Bomber Bikeworks is run by self confessed bike obsessive, Greg Lancaster (me). I have been riding bikes competitively for 2 decades having competed in cross country, downhill, cyclo cross, time trialand road racing. I graduated with a Masters in Mechanical Engineering fom Exeter University in 2002. I worked in engineering for several years but by 2007, I decided it wasn't the life for me.