Bike Shops in Camden

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Please remember to ask for your discount as soon as you arrive at the counter; you will need to show your LCC membership card.

Mobile repair services

  • Re-rolling: Daniel 07715-711150. Service operates Mon – Fri 7.30am – 7pm within the congestion charge zone.
  • Bikes are Us: 020-8882-8288 or 07949 066 889. Ask for Paul or Peter who cover the north London areas N and EN.

Bike services

  • Bike Service.  Website  At Bicycle Nation we make bike service and repair our main focus which is why we aim to carry all the tools and spares we need to do the job

Bike Hire

  • Cloud Nine Cycles. 38 Store St, London, WC1E 7DB.  0208 09 09 560 Website
  • London Bicycle Tour Company: 1a Gabriel’s Wharf, 56 Upper Ground, London SE1. (020) 7928-6838 Website
  • On Your Bike, The Vaults, Montague close, London Bridge, SE1 9DA, 020 7378 6669. website
  • London Recumbents. Ranger’s Yard, Dulwich Park,London SE21 7BQ. 0208 299 6636 Website
  • Velorution. 18 Great Titchfield St. London W1W 8BD 020 7637 4004 Website

Second Hand Bikes

  • Cloud Nine Cycles. 38 Store St, London, WC1E 7DB,     0208 09 09 560  Website
  • Lunar Cycles. T66 Wilkin St Mews, London, London NW5 3NN. 0207 482 1515 Website.
  • Bike House. 10 Fortess Road, London NW5 2ES. Tel: +44(0)02072677399, Mobile: +44(0)797 7537720
  • Police Auctions: General Auctions, 63-65 Garratt Lane, SW18. 020-8874-2955. Cycle Sales Monday 11 a.m. See catalogue etc on web-site Web site

The London Cycling Campaign(LCC) website contains useful information about buying a bike. It tells you the basics you need to know about bikes and gives advice regarding the essential extras (e.g. a reliable lock). It also tells you about the different types of bike available and how much they should cost.  See LCC’s guide on buying a bike and other kitBuying a second hand bike.

Buying a Bike


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