COVID-19 Statement

Updated 23rd Feb 2022

Although certain legal restrictions have ended, Capital of Cycling is continuing to help prevent the spread of Covid 19 by remaining cautious. Everyone entering our venues can help.

We will still:

  • Suggest face coverings indoors
  • Run sessions with small groups only in well ventilated spaces
  • Encourage home and flexible working
  • Limit the number of people in the buildings at any one time
  • Not offer ad-hoc bike sales to the public
  • Be available by appointment only

We ask that if you are attending a session at Capital of Cycling, you wear a face covering, sanitise your hands on entry and when not a hindrance, keep 2 metres apart from other people in the building.

For information on sessions you can attend, including cycle lessons, maintenance lessons, Dr Bike sessions and more, please visit our What’s on section.

Thank you for your understanding,

The Capital of Cycling Team

Through lockdown – we set up a free bikes for NHS and support staff project: Find out more.

We are not offering bike sales at this time although some retail, sale of second hand parts and the like is available via the workshop during maintenance lessons, volunteering sessions and other public facing activities.

We are offering volunteer maintenance activities and you can find out about these here.


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  • How can I leave my cycle for use by an NHS staff member? It is in fairly good condition, and can soon be brought up to spec.

    I live at BD8 9ET.

    I hope I can be of help.

    Please let me know.

  • Thanks for your donation Peter.

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