425-427 Richmond Rd,
East Twickenham. TW1 2EF

shop@richmondcycles.co.uk

020 8892 4372 Opening Hours

Events

Upcoming Events

Bella Velo Workshop Evening 13 February 2019: 18.30 – 020.30

Training Camp Essentials (including how to pack your bike) 27 February 2019: 18.30 – 20.30

book here: https://www.richmondcycles.co.uk/products/maintenance-courses/

Richmond Cycles will be 40 years old in 2019 and we’re gonna have lots of events to celebrate. We’re starting with a birthday party and new custom kit launch on 7 March. Save the date.

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Get your tickets!
Odd Sox Comedy Night at The Fallow Deer hosted by Mr Monkey Sox on World MS Day to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis charities.
Booking link www.mrmonkeysox.com/events

#ComedyNight #MSCharities
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2 weeks ago

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Good night on Thursday hanging out with St Margaret’s Cycling Club. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wondering where to go long haul cycling?
These guys make going a bit further than you may have imagined...possible.Misty Rwandan mornings. The best kind for #cycling #visitrwanda #slowcyclist
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2 weeks ago

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Meet the RC Team: ANTHONY
Putting a name to the Face

Swapping out the city to pursue his passion for cycling and living a more fulfilled life Anthony is a dab hand in the workshop keeping your bikes ticking over nicely.

Anthony is one of our shop ride leaders and, as long time member of St Margarets Cycling Club, he knows all the highways and byways in these here parts.

Drop in and say hi - he rustles up a good coffee too.
www.richmondcycles.co.uk/team/anthony-clark/
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Bit sore after the weekend?
Make your bottom a happy bottom next time you are out on a ride.
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INTERMEDIATE REPAIRS WORKSHOP
Back due to popular demand we are running another of our intermediate repair workshops on Wednesday June 12th

Book Up here
www.richmondcycles.co.uk/product/maintenance-courses/intermediate-repairs-workshop-12-june-2019/

This course will cover identifying signs of wear and tear, changing brake pads, splitting your chain and re-adjusting your gears.

Timings are 18.30 to 20.30 and costs £35.

This session is hands on so please bring your own bike.
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2 weeks ago

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Flying the RC colours this weekend in Mallorca - thank you for sending in your pic Rachel.
Tops now in stock in the shop for men and women - made by SaddleDrunk
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2 weeks ago

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Showing off our new colours and hitting the Dales today - great weekend - thank you for everyone who join us and to Samuel for organising us. ... See MoreSee Less

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Slightly different Sunday shop ride today #tourdeyorkshire2019 ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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Our man @BrianEzzelle in Richmond, Virginia is smashing the trail up Bald Mountain. If you fancy a bit more off road riding join our gravel grinderz on Thursday mornings...in Richmond, England that is. #gravelriding #xtrail #JoinUs ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

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James VS Yanto: The Race that only went ahead thanks to @richmondcycles speedy puncture repair! Check 11mins 40 | The Tuesday Vlog | Cycling Weekly youtu.be/TFLEIOTPkYkTop Kit & Training Tips, quick fire questions and James and Yanto go head-to-head in a SPRINT up memory lane. Loser buys the coffee round. Find out who had t... ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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We are very thankful to the wonderful cycling and local community that we are fortunate to be part of. May 4th is Local Bike Shop Day so we hope you will join us in sharing our love of life on two wheels #supportyourlocalbikeshop ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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Salty caps...that’s Flanders in 25 degrees!

Good work #TimVanMoer
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4 weeks ago

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If you have enjoyed this weekend being outside - and hopefully some of it on a bike then why not join one of our FREE SHOP RIDES.

Starting from the shop, each group is lead by a member of the RC Team who will make sure all abilities are catered for on the ride. Get the bug then join our online WhatsApp Community of regular shop rides for more banter, photo and route sharing.

We even have demo bikes you can try out too - drop by the shop or drop us a message to see what we have in and let us know which ride you fancy joining.

RIDE WITH US

Tuesday 12.30
Call the shop ahead of time and we will make a plan on where to ride with you.

Wednesday 18.30
3 Richmond Park laps, 2 beers and a pizza = perfect midweek training.

Thursday 07.30
The Gravel Grinderz are showing you the roads less traveled around here.

Friday 10.00
Friday road ride with a cafe stop. Usually out in two groups and two speeds. All welcome.

Sunday 08.00
Surrey escape to the hills. More advanced riders. Usually back by 12.30 but we go longer from time to time.
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1 month ago

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If you haven't read Arthur's Blog on riding the Haute Route head over to our website News...in the meant time here are some of his training tips.

ARTHUR’S TRAINING TIPS

How do you train for mountains when you live in or around London?

“I wouldn’t recommend just seeking out the nearest hills, because you’re only ever going to find 6 or 7 minute hill climbs. My recommendation would be to find the flattest terrain you can where you can ride sessions including uninterrupted 45-minute efforts. Do those efforts over-geared, and sitting upright. Don’t tuck down into an aerodynamic position as if you’re riding on the flat, imagine you’re riding up a hill. And if you can find a head wind, all the better. It’s about how hard your heart is working and for what length of time."

“The baseline is really just ride your bike, ride your bike, ride your bike. If you’re a keen amateur and you want to do a bigger event, just get on your bike more. Fit it into your daily routine – get up half an hour earlier and commute to work, find a longer scenic route. Just get more mileage in the legs.”

And for those who want to race and compete?

“Think about upping your high end and getting faster, rather than just comfortable. Think about hill repeats, think about structured sessions and work at doing specific intervals. Invest in a heart rate monitor so you can see your training data and how hard your body’s working.

Arthur is one of our shop ride leaders and can normally be found up to his elbows in bike parts in our workshop – come and stick your head round and say hello.
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