Accessing Central London by bike
- If your building doesn’t have cycle storage then use one of the three Cycle storage – BikeDrop locations in the area. They offer secure VIP cycle storage.
- There are 250 publicly accessible cycle parking spaces in the Central London area, see the interactive TFL cycling map.
- Don’t have your own bike, then get one from one of the many Santander docking stations in the area.
Cycle Shops in Central London
- The team at Bespoke Cycling recognise that many more of us may now be considering cycling to work. Set on Jermyn Street, Bespoke Cycling is on hand to offer advice to help first-time bike commuters tackle the commute safely.
- Named after Giovanni Pinarello, born in Italy in 1922, the Pinarello brand is proud of its heritage. Their iconic handcrafted bicycles have long been loved by discerning cyclists in London and further afield. Find them in St James’s Market.
- If you’re already a keen cyclist, you will likely be familiar with ASSOS – a Swiss cycling brand who heralded the birth of lycra cycling shorts in 1976. Since then ASSOS-developed products have appeared in the world’s most prestigious cycling championships. The ASSOS Care & Repair Guide will help you to learn how to treat your kit properly. Discover the Do’s and Don’ts or visit them in store in in St James’s Market.
- Regent Street’s Rapha has built a brand and lifestyle around a love of the sport. Their fine cycling clothing redefines on-the-bike style, with the new Paul Smith collection being just one example of their creative credentials. Inspired? Why not create something tailored to you or a loved one, with their custom offering available online via a design tool or virtual appointment.
- With urban cycling at the core of its ethos, Velorution – on Great Portland Street, a stone’s throw from Oxford Circus – is our go-to for navigating the complex London streets. Boasting an incredible range of models, from Brompton foldable bikes to hand-built British Ashley bicycles and everything in between.