We have been involved in bicycle design, manufacture, assembly, retail and service for over 30 years.
We aim to use our heritage and knowledge to ensure that the customer gets the best products and service available.
Currently we offer pedigree brand cycles as well as our specialist custom build service.
Huge choice of cycles - from BMX to mountain bikes, feel free to come in and browse. We've got sizes and models to suit all ages and price ranges.
On display there are bikes from:
Trek, Scott, Ridgeback, Ridley, Brompton, Python, Pashley, Genesis and many more quality brands with different sizes and models in stock all year round.
Our dedicated clothing room is open all year round with everything from leg warmers to over shoes. We have a large range of accessories including helmets, jackets, shorts, glasses and even some casual wear. There is also a changing room so you can try before you buy.
We also offer a free cleat fitting service when shoes and pedals are purchased together - with the use of specific cleat gauges, we ensure the cleats are perfectly neutral.
Cycle Repair - for a fast, efficient bike repair service, John Atkins Cycles of Leamington Spa is the first choice for many local cycle enthusiasts.
Fully qualified mechanics are on hand to answer any questions you may have and advise on upgrades to your bike. Whether is just a set up or a full service, ring the mechanics and they can advise on the best action to take.
Bike Servicing - don't ride your bike without making sure your brakes and chain are in perfect working order. We'll give you a full quote for all cycle servicing work and it'll be ready for collection when you expect it!
Who is John Atkins?
John Atkins, son of Ron and Edith Atkins, is a former national champion cyclo-cross racer born in Coventry in 1948. From the age of 17, John dominated cyclo-cross in Great Britain, winning the National championship 12 times between 1961 and 1978.
In 1973 John founded John Atkins Cycles in Coventry. In 1982, he gave up the shop and retired to Wales, and the shop was taken over by Charles Higgins, who continues to be involved in the business today.