There are numerous places to go if you are looking for bike shops in Cheltenham. Be it to buy a new bike, get a new cycling jersey, or if you’re like me, just stare at the stuff you wish you could afford. Cyced has put together this list to help you identify the must go places in Cheltenham for your unhealthy cycling habits.
One of my favourite bike shops in Cheltenham because of their amazing customer service and staff. It’s always a pleasure to go into Cheltenham Cycles. They are a family owned business and sell cycling gear over a wide range of disciplines including Road, MTB, Touring, and Cyclocross. Located just off the high street, Cheltenham Cycles is easy to get to and is always a positive experience.
If you would like to know more about Cheltenham Cycles, visit them at 61 Winchcombe St, Cheltenham GL52 2NE.
Yet another family run bike shop! I’ve not been into Williams Cycles before, but have heard good things as well as read favourable reviews online about them. They stock a wide range of bikes and often have some good monthly promotions on offer. They are located just near Lidl, behind where the Beachwood shopping centre used to live, and have free parking with two showroom floors.
Visit them at 82-86, Albion street, Cheltenham, GL52 2SE.
Evans Cycles Cheltenham
This is where I purchased my beautiful Cannondale Synpase. They stock a large amount of cycling gear which makes it ideal if you need to quickly get something – you can be sure they probably have it. They stock a wide range of bikes, and often have the previous season’s on sale, something I took advantage of. Whilst located on the outskirts of Cheltenham, they are easy to get to by car or bike.
You can visit them at P4, Kingsditch Retail Park, Kingsditch Ln, Cheltenham GL51 9PG.
Located opposite Turtle Bay in the town centre of Cheltenham, Lesiure Lakes is more geared towards mountain bikers. That’s not to say you can’t get road bikes or roadie accessories in there, it’s just your eyes will be met with fat tyres as you walk in. My experience in Leisure Lakes has always been a good one, yet I don’t personally venture there too often as a road cyclist purist. This bike shop in Cheltenham as a VIP club too, where the more you spend, the more points you get which equates into discount.
Visit them at 27 Pittville Street, , Cheltenham, GL52 2LN.
Roylan Cycles is another family run bike shop that is situated in The Suffolks part of Cheltenham, graced with the luxury of free parking. Then again, us cyclists can dodge parking charges altogether! They boast of 100 bikes on display and focus on quality at competitive prices. As like most of the shops you see here on this list, they work with the Cycle to Work Scheme – perfect if your employment place supports this.
Visit them at 2 Suffolk Parade, Cheltenham, GL50 2AB.
Other bike shops in Cheltenham…
There are a few other bike shops in Cheltenham that you may come across. The one’s on this list are great ones to go to and you’ll not only be able to find what you need, but you will get to speak with real passionate cyclists. If you know of any other places that you believe deserve a mention on this list, please get in touch.