A small shop big on service, based in Lawley Village, Telford. We are proud to be a rider focused shop with some great British brands such as Saracen, Genesis, Ridgeback, and Ragley along with rider focused brands like GT, Cannondale, Transition and Orbea. 

Established in 2010 by Allen & Kate, based at the foot of the Long Mynd in Church Stretton we pride ourselves on being a small shop that’s big on service. Proud to be independent we have refined our bike brand mix to represent the rider owned and rider driven cycle brands. Cycle companies that focus on creating great quality bikes that put a smile on your face avoiding the big corporations with shareholders to please. Opening in Telford in 2016 and completeing the move in 2017 offering the same service in this growing community.

Our cycling community is paramount, so we do what we can to give a little back. That’s why we are proud to play a key part in delivering the Long Mynd Batch Burner MTB challenge event since 2013. We also work in partnership with National Trust to arrange regular trail maintenance sessions and promote safe and considerate cycling on the Long Mynd. We offer regular shop MTB rides, Ladies only Breeze rides plus a Junior rippers MTB ride during School holidays. We regularly get involved with delivering cycle maintenance training for DofE and youth and School groups.

Unit 9A Birchfield WayLawley Village Telford TF3 5BZ


   Words by Kate Mayers

   on 15/01/2019 20:29:11


Back in the day, when we could only find out about new bikes in the pages of magazines or from visiting a bike shop, back when 26” wheels were the only option and you never heard anyone talk about geometry or tyre compounds, it was all about what anodized colour your bar ends where. No one was looking for more support in the mid stroke or how to cram in a 150mm dropper post.

Back then, after just ‘upgrading’ my rigid bike with some anodized purple brake levers to complement my cantilever brake callipers and feeling proud of my ride. To then open the pages of MBUK and seeing the likes of Nico Vouilloz, Steve Peat, Mike King and Hans Ray riding this bike in big mountains ignited something. It gave you something to aspire to, a dream to chase, I needed some suspension in my life, Link Tuned Suspension to be precise.

So it’s good to see the LTS back, yeah its changed a bit, even though it still uses the same four bar linkage, the shock has moved but still has the trunion mount with coil spring options. What’s more important is GT’s focus on producing fun bikes to put a smile on your face and I can’t wait to ride one.

For 2019 the LTS platform is back, first in is the Sensor Carbon Elite.


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