Spin London cycle expo is the first urban focused bike show, making its debut in East London over the bank holiday this coming weekend (3rd-5th May). Taking place at the Old Truman Brewery off Brick Lane (close to our Spitalfields store) in an area that is a hotbed of consumer cool and street culture with […]

Back in November last year Sir Chris Hoy announced that he would be developing his own range of HOY bikes with us. Since then he has been working closely with our product guys James Olsen and Joel Natale to develop the first 7 bikes which will be available in late May. Sir Chris has scrutinised […]

You could save up to 42% on the cost of a new bike by using the governments Cycle to Work incentive, and at Evans Cycles we offer the Ride2Work scheme to help you get the most from your commuting. It’s not just about money, though, and here we’ve taken  a look at some of the […]

It all started with an open letter by Jemma Leahy, in which she made fair points on the under-representation of women in our catalogues. We invited to Jemma our head office and she gave us some useful feedback about our catalogue. We asked her to test ride the all new Pinnacle Californium bike for us. This is her review […]

It all started with an open letter by Jemma Leahy, in which she made fair points on the under-representation of women in our catalogues. We invited to Jemma our head office and she gave us some useful feedback about our catalogue. We asked her to test ride the all new Pinnacle Californium bike for us. […]

A few weeks ago bike buyers Mark Rose and Joel Natale visited Bobbin Bikes in New York to check out the new range. First they chatted about the brand and then headed out for a ride – here is the account of the day. Q: What are you doing in New York, aren’t you based […]

The Centre for Challenge Prizes at Nesta is launching two prizes to harness UK ingenuity to increase the number of people cycling across the UK. The prizes are supported by Nesta and the Department for Business Innovation and Skills. Whether as a means of getting around locally for individuals and families, or for the daily […]

The Cobalt models are a bit more leisure-orientated/mixed terrain focused than the Neon and Lithium models that have  the urban commuter and tarmac firmly within their sights. With 63mm travel suspension forks up front and efficient full-size 700c wheels shod with high-volume 45c tyres, the Cobalt models prioritize comfort over speed and are designed for […]

Last years’ Dolomite and Gabbro models were widely regarded as the ideal bikes for an introduction to the world of drop bar road bikes, offering great value for money with reliable/dependable specs. With some clever additions to the range there’s greater choice and even better value to be had. On the riding front we’ve tweaked […]

This month’s customer review was written by Peter Alexander on the Pinnacle Neon Three Hybrid bike, and as usual, he is entitled to the £250 voucher. My old-school MTB of 15 years finally gave up. Now I have the glorious Pinnacle Neon Three Hybrid. It was tough moving on from the bike I knew and loved […]

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