Delivered in 1 hour: Highlighting London’s local bike shops

As anyone who’s walked down a high street and felt uneasy at the countless chain stores will agree – it’s important to support local shops. With this in mind, we’ve teamed up with PocketHighStreet to highlight a couple of the shops on their platform that offer a 1 hour delivery.

PocketHighStreet is a way for bike shops to list the products they have in stock and make it easy for people to buy and get it delivered. The delivery is done in partnership with Quiqup who deliver to much of zone 1 and zone 2. Alternatively of course, there is also click and collect.

Here are a handful of products we picked out from Soho Bikes, Pedal Pedlar and Cycle Junxion.

Topeak Aero Wedge Pack

This lightweight (just 130g!) frame bag by Topeak sits neatly under the back of the seat for easy access and it has an expandable compartment for those times when you need more than a few items to carry. With reflective strips and durable polyester, this rear frame bag could be just what you need to store your goodies on the go.

Available: £14.99, Cycle Junxion

Pearl Izumi – Barrier Skull Cap

Good for cold and chilli days, this skull cap sits beneath a bike helmet and provides insulation.

Available: £19.99, Cycle Junxion

Soho Bikes – Women’s Vest Top

Available: £20.00, Soho Bikes

Soho Bikes Men’s Top

Available: £25.00, Soho Bikes

Grangers 2-in-1 Cleaner

Clean and restore waterproof jackets and garments. A good product to use if your favourite cycling jacket isn’t as water repellent as it once was.

Available: £8.99, Cycle Junxion

Drive / Colnago – Limited Letterpress Print by Edward Tuckwell

An homage to vintage cycling inspired by Colnago. Produced with Thomas Mayo at his print studio in Cheltenham.

Available: £60, Pedal Pedlar

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