Roux are a British bicycle brand founded in 2012. Their bikes are manufactured in the same Strongman factory where most of our own brand Revolution bikes are built, so we can guarantee the quality, strength and reliability of these bicycles. The Roux’s would be equally dandy for charity rides and commuting, and perhaps even entry-level… Read more »
Written by Gary, Senior Graphic Designer at Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative “After my trusty Revolution rucsac gave up the ghost recently, it was time to purchase a new bag for the commute to work. I was after something that could take a pasting and could carry more than my lunch and a pair of socks, but… Read more »
Many of us here at the Bike Co-op commute from Edinburgh to Co-op HQ in the middle of nowhere. But we all take a slightly different approach.
This is, hand on heart, one of our best bike deals ever.
“One time a pal of mine prodded my thigh in a non-sexy way and I was met with slightly horrified squeals when they discovered just how strong my legs are.”
Guest blogger, Fiona (outdoors) Russell, reviews an array of bike lighting options.
Find out why we are proud to offer these unique British-manufactured folding bikes at the Bike Co-op.
PoP is a short family-friendly ride from The Meadows in Edinburgh to the Scottish Parliament to campaign to make Scotland a more cycling friendly country.
For the third year in a row, Alan from our Sheffield shop is helping organise a day out for Brompton riders in association with LBC (London Brompton Club). This ride is open to everyone – as long as you do it on a Brompton.
A customer recently picked up her repaired bicycle and kindly commented, ‘It works better than new. You should advertise your repair service better and let everyone know how good it is.’
‘Good shout,’ we thought, especially at this time of year when our workshops tend to be less busy, and same-day servicing is the norm rather than the exception.
All the info you’ll need for shopping at the Bike Co-op over the festive season, including our Christmas Gift Guide, and festive opening hours.
Bought your bike helmet from us three or more years ago?
Trade it in and we’ll give you 15% off a new one.
While it’s part of our democratic culture to hold politicians accountable (and give them a good slagging when they deserve it) it’s only fair to offer praise when they step up to the plate, so we applaud the MPs, MSPs and councillors who have pledged to pedal on parliament next Saturday too.
This reminded me (the Bike Co-op’s Ged) of a recent example of a politician doing the right thing.
This ride is open to everyone – as long as you do it on a Brompton.
Would you like to learn how to fix your bike for free at our Sheffield shop? Then sign up for one of the friendly and informal Basic Bike DIY classes we will be running from our shop every weekend this April.