New 15,000 sq ft store now open at Lloyds Court

10 June 2019

Rutland Cycling’s new multi-brand bike store, located in the city centre at the re-developed Lloyd’s Court shopping mall, has opened its doors.

The new bike shop, open now, is one of the UK’s largest independent cycle stores, with 15,000 sq ft of retail space and the latest in immersive, experiential shopping. Customers visiting the store will discover a full range of bikes and electric bikes from the world’s best brands, including Specialized, Giant, Liv, Scott, Whyte, Frog, Gazelle and Kalkhoff, along with cycle clothing, parts and accessories and a fully Cytech-accredited workshop, for servicing, repairs and custom upgrades.

Featuring the new Meet your Match interactive head-to-toe sizing tool, 3D motion capture bike fit, and S-Works custom build, Rutland’s newest store is an exciting environment for new and enthusiast cyclists to explore, with all the latest products and bike tech and a friendly, expert store team on hand to guide customers through the range of options.

David Middlemiss, Rutland Cycling’s Chief Executive, commented, “This is an exciting time for Rutland Cycling – our new Milton Keynes store will move cycle retail up to the next level, delivering a premium, department store experience to customers, with a full range of products in stock, interactive product displays, custom sizing and fit technology and, most importantly, the top-quality service that Rutland Cycling is renowned for, with an exceptional team of qualified staff and a strong ethos of a friendly, family-run business.”

Patrick Punch, Letting Agent for Lloyds Court said: “This is a fantastic addition to Lloyds Court. We are in talks with a number of other operators which we are looking forward to revealing as the year unfolds.”

Neil Lawson-May from Palatium, owners of Lloyds Court commented: “We are delighted that Lloyds Court has become home to this exciting premium cycle store. We have invested heavily in refurbishing this Heritage asset to provide a vibrant centre for both the local community, and wider catchment of Milton Keynes.”