Similar to our Cheltenham Bike Shops post we did a few months ago, Cyced has put together a list of all the great places to go and buy a bike in Gloucester. No matter what kind of cycling shop in Gloucester you are looking for, it will be covered below. This includes road bikes, eBikes and mountain bikes. It is important to note that most of these cycling shops also provide the cycle scheme but it is worth checking when you are in store for more details.
Gloucestershire Bike Project
This is a great social enterprise and a place to begin your bicycle buying hunt in the area. The Glos Bike Project are a not for profit venture who mainly source their bikes from donations. Their donations come from those who would like to see their bike being used for the better, so they go about sprucing them back to goodness. They run with fantastic volunteers who are proficient and interested in bike maintenance and have a continuously updated range of secondhand bikes to buy for good prices.
This cycling shop in Gloucester is family run business with invested efforts in mountain biking. Having co-founded the Bigfoot MBC cycling club, Slam 69’s Graham Foot runs the business with 35 years experience and bike knowledge. You can be assured you’re buying from the experts. Along with buying bikes and accessories, Slam 69 in Gloucester have a workshop to tend to your servicing and tweaking needs.
Another cycling shop fun by a family. Mitchells has been established for a whole 30 years and a specialists across the board in cycling. They are sell predominantly mountain bike brands and sell both new and secondhand bicycles. Furthermore, bike spairs and repairs and service work or maintenance can be done in store. With the essence of customer satisfaction at their core, Mitchells Cycles could be your next new favourite cycling shop in Gloucester.
Eastgate are an independent cycle store with a cycling club attached to it. This is a great place for road cyclists. They offer a good range of brands, many of which you will be familiar with and are linked to the high end of cycling, like Lazer, Fi’zi:k, and Pearl Izumi. Also, if you are looking for a bike fit, Eastgate provide a good service for just £80. And if you are looking to go cycling with them, you can view their club page for more information.
An E-Bike specialist is more common place nowadays in towns and cities. A2Bshop are just the guys for Gloucester and provide a range of E-Bikes. Having received gleaming testimonials from their customers, this business should be the first point of call if you are in the market for this bike type. You can book a test ride through their site if you haven’t had the pleasure of riding with a battery before. Find your next E-Bike on their website.
Striking Bikes has a selection of cycles to choose from including commuter, road and MTB. They can also provide any cycling accessories you may want or parts. You can find them just off Bristol Road in Gloucester. Pop in and see what they have to offer.
Our list of Gloucester cycling shops will continually be updated when new places enter the city. If we have missed please get in touch via email or comment in the section below.