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, Cotic and Ragley along with rider focused brands like 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
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    Transition Bikes TR500 Downhill Bike, end of an era

       Words by Kate Mayers

       on 13/02/2017 21:21:14


    The last TR500 of 2017 rolled out of our workshop today off to ride DownHill with its new owner, launched in 2013 the TR500 replaced the ever popular TR450 but now its time to move on. With no official word of a new Transition Down hill bike its inevitable following the re-design of the trail bike line in 2015 to utilize the expired horst link and with Transition Bike Company supporting FMD racing on the World Cup circuit. They must be nearly ready to launch something new, TR600? TR600C? Maybe a Patrol DH? Who knows? We are confident and can pretty much guarantee that the development team putting in the runs and the TR500 replacement will live up to its predecessor. Farewell TR500, its been a whole load of fun.



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