With fresh new arrivals from some of our most creative suppliers including Endura, 5Ten, Frog, Buff and Swisseye, here’s the latest in kids cycling clothing.
Get an authentic elf-assembled certificate with every kid’s bike this Christmas.
Way back in March we ran a Win A Deluxe Service Competition. We considered 300 entries before awarding the prize to Jennifer Tough who was planning a 9-country tour around the Baltic Sea. Read her report and be inspired to visit Estonia, Denmark, the Baltic islands…
Our quest blogger, Fiona Outdoors, shares her experience of finding the best kids’ bike.
Are you a parent, teacher or guardian? Do you live in Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Leeds, Sheffield or Newcastle? We want to find out your views on teaching kids to cycle!
Kids love cycling. You can understand why. It’s fast, fun and liberating. When they ride, kids are no longer passengers. They’re in the driving seat. Talk about rite of passage.
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.
Frog are Britain’s kids’ bike specialists. That’s all they produce. Frog’s kids’ range isn’t an afterthought. It’s their reason to be.
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.
Order a kids’ bike for Christmas and we will make it even more special for your young one. The bike will come with a certificate to prove that it was built by a skilled elf at Santa’s Grotto c/o The North Pole.
Interested in what’s new and fresh in the wonderful world of bicycles? You are invited to a special evening event to celebrate our 2015 bike launch.
Bought your bike helmet from us three or more years ago?
Trade it in and we’ll give you 15% off a new one.
Roz from our Sheffield shop writes a fine account of The Cinder Track – a terrific traffic-free route on the North Yorkshire Coast from Whitby to Robin’s Hood Bay .
We say, it’s spring time. Get out on any bike at your disposal. Go solo, go with your friends, take the family and enjoy.
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.