On Your Bike, a family-owned business established in 1983, can cater for all your cycling needs.
On Your Bike’s store in nearby Tooley Street is now closed. The site will become the new main entrance to London Bridge station as part of the £6 billion government-funded Thameslink Programme to ease congestion for rail users. Robert Chappell, On Your Bike’s owner, said: “On Your Bike is 30 years old in 2013. We look forwarding to marking this milestone anniversary by welcoming customers old and new to our new store at The Vaults, where we will continue to offer them the excellent choice and service for which we are known.”
On Your Bike continues to offer customers an extensive range of quality brand bikes and clothing, plus a large workshop for maintenance and repair of all makes of bike, and one of the largest fleets of bicycles for hire and rental in the capital.
The new store has seen 10,000 sq ft of retail, workshop and cycle hire space carved out of four disused arches under London Bridge, in the shadow of Southwark Cathedral.
Here customers can continue to find quality bike brands such as Brompton, Trek, Whyte, Cannondale, Marin, Ridgeback, Wilier, De Rosa and Airnimal, plus clothing from Endura, Altura, Gore and extensive ranges of parts and accessories.
Bikes can be hired by the day or week for commuting and sightseeing, with road bikes also available for charity rides and sportif events. And On Your Bike’s expert mechanics are on hand to offer standard-setting servicing and repairs.