The Best Cycle Cafes in London

Look Mum No Hands Cycle Cafe

49 Old Street, EC1V 9HX

Look Mum No Hands

Combining a cafe, a bicycle workshop, a bar, and exhibition space. Coffee comes from local roasters Square Mile, cakes from nearby bakeries, fresh food everyday - breakfast, lunch and dinner from 7:30am - 9pm. Wash it all down with craft beer from London breweries and beyond.

CycleLab Juice Bar

18A Pitfield Street, N1 6EY

Cyclelab Juice Bar

Get your ride serviced and sip on a fresh juice or Square Mile coffee while you wait at this East London cycle shop. They stock a good range of components including Brooks, Brompton, Schwalbe, Fizik and Campagnolo. They have even started offering yoga classes.


47 Barnsbury Street, N1 1TP

The shaded garden behind serves as a free bike-washing, parking and seating area. Customers can borrow tools to fix their own bikes, while an exchange scheme for children’s bikes has proved very popular. The café serves Hilton’s own blend of coffee beans from Colombia and Papua New Guinea.

Ralpha Cycle Club

146 Clerkenwell Road, EC1 5DG

Rapha Cafe

Rapha is an upmarket cycle clothing brand and a selection of its products, including gingham shirts specially tailored for cycling. The Rapha Cycle Club on Clerkenwell Road is more like an art gallery than a café with shelves of cycling books and big screens.

FullCity Cycles Cafe

72 Leather Lane, E1

FullCity Cycles Cafe

Fullcity is a completely unique bike, and bicycle repair shop located in Leather Lane, London EC1 stocking a constantly growing and changing range of bike accessories. Serves up £1 cups of Monmouth coffee.

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