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London Fields Cycles

LONDON Fields Cycles is an independent bicycle shop on Mare Street, central Hackney.

It first opened in 1996 and has grown to become one of the most well known of East London's bike stores.

The shop caters for the commuter, but also has plenty for the sports rider and children, stoking established brands like Trek, Specialized, Ridgeback, Genesis, Brompton, Pashley and many others.

Great importance is placed on delivering a high quality, professional workshop, which is manned by trained, friendly and industry qualified staff.

281 Mare Street,
Hackney, London
E8 1PJ

Telephone: 020 8525 0077


Opening times: Mon-Fri: 8am-6pm; Sat: 10am-6pm; Sun: 11am-5pm

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