We offer a full range of repair and service options within the Shop on Heigham Street. These are available to those in Norwich or the surrounding areas.
In order to encourage healthier lifestyles and to help reduce environmental pollution, the UK Government has introduced various Cycle to Work Schemes. - In addition to the health and environmental benefits of these Schemes, these Schemes also provide financial benefits to both the employer and employees - The schemes enable you to make huge saving on a brand new bicycle...
Here at Freemans Cycles, we genuinely believe, that if we can reduce our waste, reuse whatever we can and recycling everything else, even on an individual level as well as on a business level, we can try and reduce the damage that the human waste has caused to the planet. This is not a corporate incentive, this is a family...
1896 - Frank Mathias Kirby - Kirby's Cycles - St Benedicts Street, Norwich The family first became involved in the cycle trade over 100 years ago when Francis Mathais Kirby (Frank Kirby Senior), opened the first bicycle shop in St Benedict's Street in Norwich in 1896. Frank Kirby Cycles flourished selling traditional style bicycles including early Raleigh & BSA bicycles...