Cambridge Station Cycles
Station Cycles has been trading in Cambridge for many years. Since the first store opened at the Railway Station in 2000 the group opened the Grand Arcade store in 2008 and in May 2010 the Super Store in Histon village centre on the outskirts of Cambridge North. Station Cycles are happy to offer a wide range of bikes from performance road and mountain specific bikes to children’s, commuter and everything in between. We offer bikes from brands such as Giant, Lapierre, Cannondale, Pashley, Charge, Brompton, Dawes, Probike, Minerva and many others.
With full workshops at every store for servicing, wide ranges of clothing, parts, accessories and luggage; Station Cycles has the whole package.
Rail Station Store
Station Cycles longest running store is easy to find as its right next to the train station and Cambridge only has one! We hold a massive hire fleet and offer a luggage storage service so if you are visiting and arriving by train it really couldn’t be easier than hiring a bike from this store
Grand Arcade Store
Station Cycles Grand Arcade is situated right in the heart of Cambridge old town beneath the shopping centre in level -1 at the Bike Park. Enter the store either from Corn Exchange Street or the Grand Arcade North Lifts. Full workshop and cycle hire fleet, large showroom with everything from bikes and parts to clothing and shoes.
The largest bike shop in the area stocking over 200 bikes to suit adults, children and serious cyclists.
Full workshop and clothing department. Only 5 minutes by car from Junction 32 on the A14. Free Car Parking at the back of the store
Visit us at www.stationcycles.co.uk
|Open All Year|
|Histon Superstore (01/01/2014 - 31/12/2014)|
|Grand Arcade Store (01/01/2014 - 31/12/2014)|
|Rail Station Store (01/01/2014 - 31/12/2014)|
* Rail Station Store & Grand Arcade Store:
Sunday (& Bank Holidays) April – September: 10AM – 5PM
Sunday (& Bank Holidays) October – March: 10AM – 4PM
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