New flagship outlet will open May 2015, aiming to appeal to the Canary Wharf cycle community

Bespoke Cycling to open store in Canary Wharf Crossrail

London-based bike retailer Bespoke Cycling will open a new flagship store in the Canary Wharf Crossrail retail and leisure development which is due to open in May 2015.

The new location will complement Bespoke’s existing store on Farringdon Road, and brings their range of road, mountain and triathlon bikes, clothing and accessories to a wider audience, as well as its bike fitting service.

In addition to a showroom and bike fitting studios, the 5,000 square-foot store will have a fully equipped service centre. Advice on bikes, training and nutrition will be available in-store from Bespoke’s team of specialists.

“Personal service and expert product knowledge is at the heart of everything we do,” said Bespoke’s founder, Barry Scott. “We opened our first London store in 2007 and have been proud to bring bike fitting expertise into the mainstream. Our new store will be full of beautiful bikes and components from the world’s leading brands, and we can’t wait to be part of the exciting new Crossrail development at Canary Wharf.”

Camille Waxer, chief administrative officer for Canary Wharf Group plc, added: “Cycling is a big part of the community here at Canary Wharf and we’re glad to have Bespoke Cycling onboard as it will really appeal to our keen cyclists when it opens at the new Crossrail development in 2015.”

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