evans cycles

Evans Cycles is one of the largest British cycling retailers. They have a large online store as well as one of the biggest chains of bricks and mortar cycling shops.

The original shop was founded in central London by cyclist, Frederick W Evans, and it is suggested that he won an award from the Cyclists' Touring Club for the invention of a device known as the quick release and reversible rear wheel device in 1925. He died in a road accident in 1944 and the business has had several owners since.

Evans have some of their own brands including Hoy Bikes and Pinnacle and they also have exclusive retail arrangements in the UK with Jamis, Fuji and BMC.

 

Sat
01
Nov 2014

Local bridleways take our riders up to the North Downs where trails lead them up the climbs to the Ridge, which offers some great views of the surr

Sun
26
Oct 2014

An increasingly popular area for cyclists, the Wiltshire Downs offer spectacular riding in an area steeped in history.

Sat
18
Oct 2014

This ride keeps you entirely within the confines of Cannock Chase.

Sun
05
Oct 2014

Set in the heart of Buckinghamshire, we start with a gentle spin out of Prestwood and quickly descend into Great Missenden, the resting place and o

Tue
07
Oct 2014

Sir Chris Hoy’s HOY One Hundred Sportive is a truly epic ride across the stunning Pennines region and you could find yourself pedalling alongside t

Sat
20
Sep 2014

We’ve graded this a 5/5 so you can be sure to expect some inclines of epic proportions, and downhill swoops to match.

Sun
14
Sep 2014

Starting from Wells, we're ideally located for a diverse and challenging ride.

Sun
31
Aug 2014

We start this one with a short loop to warm up, before we take you over the infamous Ditchling Beacon.

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