There are 2 Two Wheels Good shops, one in Crouch End and one in Stoke Newington. Both shops stock almost everything you need bikewise and have full workshop facilities.
Venue Details & Map
Two Wheels Good
165 Stoke Newington Church StreetLondonN16 0UL
- +44 (0)20 7249 2200
- Public transport:
- Stoke Newington, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of Two Wheels Good
The people in here are so friendly. I went in to get a broken mud guard looked and, and to replace a back light. The staff helped me being in the bike and had a good look at it.
After breaking my heart with writing off the bike as a death trap waiting to happen, he cheerfully sold me a back light. It was a bit like having a kindly grandfather tell you off.
There's a good variety of stuff,... more
It's 4.5 stars actually (since no one gets 5....right?). I used to patronise a nearby E London Bike S**** shop (it rhymes with Crack) but just recently something bad has happened there & whatever it is impacted in a v negative way on customer service. They basically shone me on for 3 weeks telling me the work on my bike would be done this thursday - next thursday, blah blah blah. Out of... more
I had a terrible experience at this bike shop. Someone tried to steal my bike and warped my back wheel in the process. When I went into the shop the guy working there accused me of buying a stolen bike and essentially blamed me for my near bike theft by leaving my bike securely locked outside my building overnight.
He gave me a two day turnaround time for my bike to be ready and said I would... more
Decent selection of cycling accessories, and they'll fix your bike if you have a problem like a puncture, although I found the prices higher than others in the area. However I was disappointed when I tried to take it in for a light service. The guy basically told me there was no point riding my bike unless I was going to replace a million different parts and pay for a major service. I was... more
Following my comment on Ms_Bling's review, this bike shop has been around for quite a while, at least 6 years, when I first moved to Stokey. It isn't cluttered now - admittedly it's a small shop and they want a reasonable amount of stock on display, but you can still wheel a couple of bikes in there for them to have a look at.
I've popped in a few times but never made a major purchase or... more