Bike Scene is based in Guisborough, a beautiful historic market town and the ancient capital of Cleveland. Situated on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, the countryside surroundingGuisborough offers excellent riding amongst hills, forest and moorland - a mountain biker's paradise! As main dealers for many of the world's premier brands of mountain bikes, Bike Scene is the 'one stop shop' for customers throughout the UK.
Bobby's Cycles are the premier stockist of high quality bicycles in Middlesbrough and the surrounding area. We were first established in 1945, and have been trading successfully to this day. Our goodreputation in Middlesbrough is well earned, come and see for yourself. We stock bikes from GT, Saracen, Forme, Raleigh and many more. Whether you are looking for a mountain bike, BMX, or your child's first bike, we will have the model for you. A massive range of bike accessories are also available.
Convict Xtreme are manufacturers of top quality BMX bikes and parts and are based in the north of England. All parts are designed in partnership with top riders and are made to last, with the help ofthe input and feedback from some of the top pro's in the game, we can ensure the best! All products are trialled and tested to perfection!
Blue Giraffe Bicycles started as a Mobile Bicycle Service and has now opened a Bicycle Boutique in the North East. With qualified Cytech accredited Mechanics and a full workshop we are able to providea range workshop services, bicycle repairs, maintenance workshops, Bike box hire and a wide range of Cycle parts & accessories. Blue Giraffe offers a Consultancy service to schools and Educational Centres.
Cowley cycles are a family run business established in 1982. We stock a full range of bicycles for any type of cycling, from recreational, "comfort" bikes, touring/expedition, children's, electric andcustom fit for the elite rider. Our staff are friendly and enthusiastic about bikes and are on hand for general enquiries and advice about cycling from the novice rider starting with stabilisers to the latest technology arriving in the cycling industry.
We are a deceptively large, friendly and expert independent bike shop located in Pickering, North Yorkshire, close to Scarborough and York. We are on the edge of the North York Moors National Park andclose to Dalby forest and the Yorkshire coast - all of which is great cycling territory for road, mountain or leisure biking.
Based in Thornton Le Dale a beautiful North York Moors village in the National Park on the outskirts of Dalby Forest, Trailside is our self-catering holiday house ideally situated close to some greatriding areas such as Rosedale, Newtondale and of course Dalby Forest with its 50k trail network and World Cup course.
Arthur Caygill began repairing bicycles in 1983, in a leaky old shed on Gallowfields Trading Estate in Richmond, North Yorkshire. As his reputation for quality workmanship and reliability increased sodid trade and it wasn't long before he could move into the much drier surroundings that are our present home on the same estate. We quickly began selling components and bicycles supplied by other manufacturers.
At our bike shop we have carefully selected specialist brands in order to provide you with a complimentary selection of bicycles. The aim of Northern Ride bike shop is to provide access to cycling forall abilities; that is why we stock entry level through to elite level models. Northern Ride bike shop in Malton, North Yorkshire: Stockist of Focus, Kuota, BH, Olympia, Scapin, Sarto Antonio and Pashley bikes for the York, Leeds, Durham and Sheffield area.
Ralph Yates & Sons was founded in 1845 by Ralph Yates, who moved from Leeds to Malton with less than £5 in his pocket. Ralph Yates set up the Derwent Foundry in Railway Street which in thosedays was known as Water Lane. The Blacksmith and Foundry business quickly grew, and this prompted expansions for the store into agricultural machinery manufacture. In 1895 the current shop was built as a warehouse with space to keep and display all the Iron Moulds until they were required at the foundry.