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
30
Aug 2014

This ride is a classic loop in a classic area. We’re making the most of the mighty South Downs so expect a few stiff climbs.

Mon
17
Feb 2014

Starting from the small town of Liphook we spend time in the rolling countryside around Hampshire before striking south and heading for the South D

Sat
16
Aug 2014

This is a chance to really let rip on the singletrack of the Hampshire countryside, and it’s a firm favourite with staff and customers alike.

Sun
03
Aug 2014

This is one of our hardest rides, and we’ve cut down the distances to reflect that.

Sat
02
Aug 2014

Both routes on this tough ride start with a climb and a descent into Coldwell Clough, where those on the full route medium split off to climb up to

Sun
27
Jul 2014

Starting from inside the grounds of the amazing Polesden Lacey House, the scene is set for a lovely day in the saddle.

Sat
26
Jul 2014

Leaving directly from the grounds of Polesden Lacey house, you are straight on to the trails and into the North Downs.

Sun
13
Jul 2014

We’re exploring the Chilterns, starting from Watlington, a village nestling amongst mixed farmland, woodlands and bordering an Area of Outstanding

Sun
06
Jul 2014

Starting at the beautiful Sheffield Park and Garden, we are right on the doorstep of Ashdown Forest and in the heart of the Weald.

Sun
29
Jun 2014

Based in the small village of Whitchurch Hill, we once again return for a spin around event organiser Dean’s back yard.

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