Crown Cycles
Crown Cycles is a small independent bike shop with a passion for bicycles and reputation for providing a knowledgeable friendly service to competitive, commuting and leisure cyclists alike. We also
Moores Cycles
We are independent bike specialists with stores in Twickenham, Teddington and Isleworth. As a family-owned business with over 60 years experience, we pride ourselves on giving excellent customer
Hounslow Bike
Welcome to Hounslow Bike - a "small" bicycle service and repair workshop providing a knowledgeable, specialist and low-cost service to local cyclists in the Hounslow and West London area. All work is
Giant Store Twickenham
At the Giant Store Twickenham we're just like you - we're riders. We love cycling and we want you to enjoy it just as much as we do. Twickenham is a great place for cycling and we'd love to share some
Active Cycles
We provide a professional personal service with full knowledge of bike products. As an independent bike shop, based in the local community for over 25 years, we offer impartial advice to our customers
Brompton Bicycle
The unique Brompton folding bike was designed and built in London in 1975 by Andrew Ritchie in his flat in South Kensington opposite the Brompton Oratory. Still made in London today, Brompton is
Burt Cycles
We sell bicycles and accessories for both children and adults and have a selection of second hand cycles available. The workshop is on the premises and our experienced mechanics are happy to discuss
The Bicycle Service
The Bicycle Service is an independent company based in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames that provides first class servicing to all cyclists, whether your bike cost £100 or £10,000. We do
Bespoke Be Heard
Bespoke Be Heard focuses on teaching young people with Special Educational Needs, to refurbish second hand bikes. A hundred percent of profits from the resale of these bikes are reinvested into
Woolsey Of Acton
Please call for further details. The bicycle shop is located in Acton Lane, Acton, close to Southfield Road, known locally as "the shop by the railway bridge". Malcolm Woolsey, his father Roger and