As you’ll know, we don’t sell cheap bikes. We sell decent bikes (and accessories) at decent prices. Why? Because good quality kit will get you further, easier, more comfortably and for longer. We don’t give you the hard sell, we won’t upsell you a bike or piece of kit that you don’t need or can’t… Read more »
CamelBak are famed for inventing the reservoir in a rucsac concept in the early 1990s. Back then, a Camelbak’s ability to hold up to three litres of water was revolutionary. This innovation banished anxiety that you would run out of drink on near-any day ride you might go this side of the Sahara. CamelBak Skyline… Read more »
This blog is the first in a series on tried and tested bicycle equipment that has been around for years and deserves the accolade, Modern Classic. To earn Modern Classic status, we decided that the bike or cycling equipment must have been around for at least 10 years and to have been used, enjoyed and… 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 »
There is one bi-product of bicycles that’s notoriously difficult to recycle, and that is inner tubes. That’s why we were pleased to hear from Bev of Velo Culture.
We have a strong hunch that the Bike Co-op offers the widest range of 100% waterproof cycling bags you’ll find anywhere in the UK.