We are a traditional “sales and service” bike shop. The restored workshop building provides a fantastic backdrop for our wide range of bikes & accessories – everything from retro-style British made Pashley bikes to value-for-money commuting bikes to cutting edge carbon race bikes (and some cheap student bikes too).
Oxford is a true cycling city, with over 20,000 people cycling every day. To help keep all these bikes rolling Bike Zone has a quick-turnaround, inexpensive workshop which carries out over 8000 repairs a year, not to mention the thousands of quick on the spot jobs that we do to help out whenever we can.
As an independent bike shop, we choose which brands we want to stock and represent. We have accounts with many of the UK distributors so we can offer an extensive range of products, and if it’s not in store we can usually get it! We stock leading bike brands such as Trek, Cannondale, Genesis, Charge, Surly, Pashley and more. We also have offers on cheap student bikes (depending on what is available at the right price – usually £150 – £250)
We have become known for offering a good range of niche products along side our normal product range. We are the biggest stockist of Brooks components in Oxfordshire, keeping in a wide range of saddles, grips/bar tape, bags, helmets and more.
- Although we don’t sell boxed bikes online, we make every effort to ensure that our bikes are competitively priced- even against discount on-line sellers prices (and sometimes we can beat them on price!). We partner with many local employers to offer discounts on bikes and tax-saving “cycle to work” schemes.
- We hold many of these bikes in stock so that you can see them, pick them up and try them!. If the bike is not it stock we can get stock within a couple of days or pull stock from our Summertown branch.
- We have friendly, experienced staff who can give you expert help on bike selection and sizing
- Our prices include free personalised bike set-up and accessory fitting
- All new bikes get a first free service. It’s not unusual that a new bike can have teething issues within the first few weeks. Brake and gear cables can settle in/stretch, bolts need to be re-torqued and a general safety check of the bike should be undertaken. This makes sure your bike gets a good start in life and runs at its best.