Cycle Shops in London
54 Balham High Road
Monday to Sunday: 9am - 5:30pm
Independent bicycle store and workshop service in Balham. Huge range of cycles. Wide variety of cycling accessories and parts, cycling clothing and shoes. Professional WORKSHOP Service. 1h free car parking. Long opening hours 7 days a week: Mon-Fri 8am-8pm,Sat 9am-6pm,Sun 10am-5pm.CYCLE SCHEME.
Hudge range of cycles (Cannondale, Felt, Kona, Pashley, Dahon, Dawes, Fuji, Early Rider) for all family members including bikes for kids. Wide variety of cycling accessories (helmets, locks, lights, mudguards, child seats, panniers, reflective goods, etc) and parts, cycling clothing and shoes. We are now also specializing in single speed fixed/freewheel bikes group. Long opening hours + weekends! CYCLE SCHEME - CYCLE TO WORK SCHEME!
Shimano, Abus, Altura, Cat Eye, Smart, Torch, Schwalbe, Continental, Mavic, Adidas, Park Tool, Campagnolo, Sram, Topeak. Bicycles: Cannondale, Felt, Kona, Pashley, Dahon, Dawes, Fuji, Early Rider. We are members of Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) & Association of Cycle Traders (AST).
Cracking little local bike shop which has looked after a number of my bikes over the last year. Wilier carbon number, Colnago cross bike and Condor tourer all been serviced and given the care they deserve. Only criticism would be that they can gold plate their repairs a bit, replacing parts which perhaps cold have a bit more life squeezed out of them so it is worth asking if everything is absolutely neccessary but it is a small grumble really, overall excellent and better than the big chains. (if you pardon the pun...)
James Pritchard - 11/10/2010 | report this review
Review from www.qype.co.uk: Where bike shopping is concerned I'll happily cobble together any old excuse to do so; â€œoh my rims need truing, maybe I need to replace them with some deep Vsâ€, â€œMy fame is a 49cm when I could do with a 47cmâ€¦ new frame? I think so!â€ it's a sickness. It therefore stands to reason that I am pathologically unable to even pass a bike shop without darting in and combing through every aisle like someone auditioning for Supermarket Sweep. I was â€˜up west' for a change. On the assumption that all West London residents drive Range Rovers I was pleasantly surprised by Cyclopolis, a small but perfectly formed â€˜half bike shop, half workshop' in Balham. So was it better than the inimitable 14 bike co, you might ask? Clearly not; but it's great for when you want a little splash of quality and style in amongst all the usual practical items. Like decent Kevlar tyres. A respectable range of Brooks saddles. More Abus products than you'd imagine in one place. Very well stocked indeed. they also do the bike to work scheme, if you are as scarred by Evans as I am. Oh, and there's stuff for your kids if you want to get them hooked too. It's more of a shop for people who ride Pashleys or off road, but they know what to do with fixed gear and single speed lovers too. No, and I don't mean slapping them.
Kristina Gustaityte - 30/10/2009 | report this review
I have been a couple of times to this shop in Balham and they really show a lot of care and attention when you present them with small questions and problems. I was certainly impressed to see how they included crimps and ferrules to my purchase of cables, something I have not been offered in other shops where I have payed a lot more money!
Michael Murphy - 01/03/2009 | report this review
A good shop with a wide stocks of quality products; staff are better at bikes than they are at client service. Customers mill around while staff ignore them in favour of long drawn out conversations. A simple acknowledgement that people are waiting would alleviate some of the stress.
Clarke P - 05/10/2008 | report this review
I've just recently had a chance to pop in to a new bike shop in Balham, Cyclopolis. Though it looks like a part of chain shops, it is actually an independent store. and their customer service is really excellent. I solved my long lasting problem and they didn't rip me off as they would do in Evans Cycles. Many thanks and good luck!
Kate K - 04/10/2008 | report this review
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