BIKEPARKA recognise the importance of supporting independent bike shops. Independent bike shops are the soul of our biking communities. They have a unique culture and following and their focus is on quality and efficient service. We believe that it’s not just about the bike, it’s about the experience!
With that in mind, we are proud to announce a host of new independent international and UK shops to our list of BIKEPARKA stockists. A warm welcome to all our new retailers!
Jean Philippe and his team opened Morning Cycles in Brussels in March this year. The store, which has already become a local meeting point for urban cyclists and travellers, offers repairs, bikes, accessories and advice and service with a smile!
At Stilcykel in Angelholm, Sweden, Kristofer, David and the team promise to offer a personal and unbeatable service. They have a great selection of bikes, electric bikes, accessories and offer repairs and professional advice.
Hawaii Express has been selling bikes for 25 years and is a proud stockist of ScoN Bicycles. BikeParka models are available currently in 5 different Hawaii Express stores in Estonia as well as through their online store. Hawaii Express gets its cool name as the company originally started its business by selling jet skis and surfing equipment!
Sykkelsentralen in Trondheim, Norway opened in 2008. Halvard and his team’s mission was to bring a piece of Kobenhavnsk bike culture to the Norway and fill the streets with good quality urban bikes!
Our two Danish retailers, Cykelgear and Ebikecenter, are both very committed to offering a fast and efficient delivery service and excellent customer service.
Finally, a mention to our UK independent stockists. Bon Velo has bicycle shop in Herne Hill and one in Norwood, South London. Bon Velo believe in good cycling - fast, friendly and stylish! Their shops are bright, fun and shopper friendly.
tokyobike is a small, independent bicycle company based in the old Tokyo suburb of Yanaka with London stores in Shoreditch and Fitzrovia. Based on the concept of ‘Tokyo Slow’ the bikes are designed to be light to ride with an emphasis on comfort over speed. The bike is simply a way to enjoy the city, as much about the journey as the destination.
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