Local cycle shops

Bikes and repair shops

Cedar Cycles (North Suffolk)
Description: Cedar Cycles is a family run business having been passed down from its founder Michael Bull to his son Daniel Marshall-Bull. Through the 1970s Cedar Cycles spread to Norfolk with shops in Attleborough and Norwich until in 1977 a new Warehouse was opened just some 8 mile south of Lowestoft in Suffolk. This warehouse in the village of Wrentham near the picturesque seaside town of Southwold is still our home, and whilst other smaller cycle shops (including our own) have slowly dwindled, we have been able to increase our floor space at Wrentham until we now offer one of the most comprehensive cycle and accessory displays in the whole of the United Kingdom.

Donhou Cycles
Description: Local Frame builder and repairer, situated at Fitts Signs in central Norwich. Newly designed website with some very pretty frames.

Geoffrey Butler Cycles
Description: Shopping

Madgetts Cycles – Diss
Description: Mick Madgetts Cycling Emporium in Diss

PedalPower Cycles
Description: I have opened an new cycle shop and looking for support to get it off the ground so all help would be greatly appreciated. regards Daz”

Prendas Ciclismo
Description: Get your Kool Kovers here!

Primal Wear
Description: Funky cycling attire!

Description: Cycle shopping

Description: On-line cycle store with 10% discount for club members, and 3% funding for the club. For Discount Code, please contact Club Officials or see Closed Facebook Page

Description: Recently established shop specialising in all aspects of Triathlons, including cycling.

Description: Site comparing prices of cycle components and equipment

Description: Lots of cycling stuff

Bikesy comparison

I was just looking through your site and noticed you’ve got an interesting links page listing useful resources and shops for your members. I don’t know if you’d be interested but I’ve made a site (http://bikesy.co.uk) that compares bike kit from all of the UK’s top online bike shops so I (and fellow clubfolk!) could find out where a given bit of kit is being sold cheapest at any time. It’s also good for tracking down hard to find components and giveaway priced end-of-line sale items. If you want to stick it on your links page that would be great, anything that helps your members and other riders save a fair few quid and should hopefully get a few more people out on bikes too.

Regards to you and everyone in the club

PS Also got stuff like the entire David Duffield fan pages on there if you fancy a reminisce! http://bikesy.co.uk/features/david-duffield/david-duffield-the-greatest-commentator-of-all-time/