Bike Motion is east Devon's newest bike shop! Established in 2013 by Adrian Vincent, Bike Motion prides itself by specialising in the rapidly growing market of eBikes (Electrically assisted pedalcycles), as well as conventional pedal cycles. The shop was formed due to Adrian's vision of a quality, honest, local bike shop that specialises in quality sought after cycling brands, that were missing from both the local area and the UK in general.
Lickety Split - in association with The Bike Shed - are one of the newest Bike Shops in Exeter. Located on Sidwell Street, at the top of the high street, Lickety Split has a very central location. Wespecialize in Cube, Giant, Bottecchia and Dawes bikes, to offer the wide range of bicycles to cover everybody's needs.
Now with 5 locations throughout Devon, the Crediton Bike Shed was born out of MRS Motor Spares in 1994. The volume of business necessitated a move to the current, much larger premises allowing us tomore than quadruple our stock holding, and to successfully instigate and co-ordinate many events within the Devon area. The acquisition of the Barnstaple Bike Shed widened our customer base significantly and enabled us to expand our range of products and services even further throughout the Devon area.
From the 14th of June we will be moving the workshop to 1 new bridge st which is up and over the road (formerly Arrietty) Follow us on facebook to see how things are developing. I stock a goodselection of service parts. The shop also has a careful range of bike accessories like Kryptonite locks and Lezyne lights, if there is something you need then give me a call.
Saddles & Paddles is a unique independent business offering a great day out for those that love a little adventure and the great outdoors. Hire a bike to pedal from the city to the seaside, or hire aboat and paddle to the pub! We offer easy, relaxing, outdoor fun for all ages. Your journey will start right from our doorstep, whether it's on the calm canal waters, or the traffic-free, picturesque cycle routes to explore the Exe Estuary. We cater for all ages and provide all the equipment you need.
Whether you're looking to reduce your carbon footprint or simply want to benefit from the latest cycling technology, at Westhill Bikes we're proud to offer the 'Terrain' range - state-of-the-artelectric mountain bikes that deliver exceptional on- and off-road performance. The Westhill Terrain has been designed to provide pedal-assist on demand, enabling you to get extra help when the going gets tough or take it easier and catch your breath as you enjoy your ride.
We really are people people, and like to meet our customers face to face to discuss your cycling needs. Whilst we are happy to always answer the phone or an email, we really prefer to meet you as wefeel this will leave you with the right impression of what a good local bike shop should offer, which most of the time, its a lot more than the bigger stores as we give you a very personal service, that hopefully exceeds your expectations rather than just meets them.
Freedom To Cycle is a small bike shop and online store based in South Molton, Devon. We specialise in road and triathlon bikes including junior models but can source all types of bikes and try tooffer a very personal service to all of our customers. If there's something particular you are after then please contact us via the contact us section on this website and we will try our best to source what you are after, wether it's cleat covers or a single speed bike.
The hire centre has over a hundred adult and child mountain bikes as well as the ever popular tag-a-longs and child seats. We use top quality helmets for hire and our bikes are replaced regularly andconstantly maintained to ensure the best quality. From the saddle of a bike you can explore deeper into the forest than you have before, and enjoy safe, attractive, off-road cycling in a peaceful setting.
Owners Paul and Angie Kenchington had always wanted their own business and the cycle trade provided the ideal outlet using Paul's experience in retail which had included working in a bicycle shop. Theoriginal shop was small, dirty and full of a poor selection of stock. Whilst the shop couldn't be made bigger all the other bits were improved especially the quality of service and trade flourished. The rest as they say is history but it did have a great deal to do with a radio advertising campaign.