Hi Gordon. How long have you been with the Co-op? I’ve been a Bruntsfield shop mechanic since 2002. Favourite book of all time? Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy If money was no object what would your dream transport be? A tricked-out titanium flatbar hybrid If you could have three houses anywhere in the world where… Read more »
Written by Simon, Digital Marketer at Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative It’s been a year since I started working at Bicycle Coop HQ in the middle of a field outside of Edinburgh, and I’ve survived 1.5 winters of bike commuting. That’s not bad going for someone who doesn’t consider himself “a bike person”. Here’s what I’ve learned.… Read more »
When Ricardo Gomez applied for a job in our Bruntsfield Edinburgh workshop in March 2013, we quickly discovered his skill set was exceptional.
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.
Bike versus car versus bus.
Because of the permanence of tattoos, you should always ensure that your tattoo contains a bicycle. That way you won’t regret it.
I’ve been caught out on a number of occasions with freezing cold wet hands and frankly, it’s miserable.
Over the festive period we’ll be closing at 6pm on Thursday 24th and Thursday 31st December. All shops are shut Friday 25th, Saturday 26th December, and Friday 1st January.
Enjoy a short history of our Revolution brand, from 1977 to the present day.
In an exclusive to Edinburgh Bicycle, Andy Butler, our head buyer, visits Specialized and gets a sneak peak at the future.