47 Barnsbury Street London N1 1TP Tel: 0207 684 0671.
Mon, Wed, Thur & Fri 8.30 - 18.30 / Tue 11.30 - 18.30 / Sat - 10.00 - 17.00 / Sunday - Closed
Bank Holiday opening:
Mon 1st: 10.00 to 5pm
Thur. 4th: 8.30 to 3.30pm
8 Ferme Park Road London N4 4ED Tel:0208 347 9180
Mon 8:30 - 18:30 / Tue to Fri 11.30 - 19.30 / Sat - 10:00 - 17:00 /
Sunday - Closed
58 Southgate Road London N1 3JF Tel:0207 249 1212
Mon & Wed 8.30 - 18.30 / Tue Closed / Thur 12 - 18.30 / Fri 8.30 - 14.00 / Sat - 11.00 - 17.00 /
Monday 16th Jan 11am to 6.30pm
Type of Membership
Choose the type of membership you want from the selection below these are only valid at the Islington store please check N4 and East for their own membership offers.
GOLD: Gold membership @ £49.95 gives you a Free Bike Service worth £59.95 plus 10% off all our classes and courses.
Silver: Silver membership @ £19.95 gives you access to workshop and the famous Micycle bike wash.
It seems to us that motorists are taking a bit more notice of us all. Maybe because there are so many of us out there - safety in numbers we say. However there are several things you can do to help protect yourself.
We asked our cyclists what were their top 10 safety tips for cycling in London traffic.
# 1 NEVER undertake a bus or lorry and watch out for them turning left in front of you.
# 2 DO wear a helmet –
If you need convincing see this appeal from James Cracknell
# 3 Do NOT wear headphones.
You need to be aware of everything around you, any distraction will cut you off.
# 4 Go flouro
Be seen. Wear high Viz clothing it may not be cool but it could save your life.
# 5 ALWAYS take lights and use them at night
# 6 Cover your brakes
Ride with your hands in a position where you can brake at any time.
# 7 NEVER jump a red light at a cross road
# 8 Wear Gloves
If you are unlucky enough to be knocked off gloves or cycling mitts will minimise any scrapes.
# 9 Watch your road positioning at Traffic Lights
Be seen at traffic lights – position yourself in front of trucks.
# 10 Communicate with drivers
When pulling off, catch the eye of the driver along side you to be sure you have been seen.
If you would like some help gaining confidence there may be free cycling sessions available through your local council but if you want to get going sooner try out a one to one session with one of our specialist trainers.