Independent bike shop, Twenty3c will open its first London bike shop in the new Wembley Park development on 19 September.
Complementing its existing Milton Keynes shop, the new Wembley Park store will focus on “helping riders get the most out of their cycling” with a full workshop service that includes bike fitting and expert tips. Twenty3c’s product range at Wembley will include the likes of Brompton.
Ceri Dipple, Owner and Director of Twenty3c said: “To open our second store in Wembley Park is a significant project for us and a step forward in cycling retail. We’re confident that our new store will create a new and exciting hub for the cycling community in the neighbourhood and beyond, as well our exceptional team who are equally as passionate about bikes.”
Matt Slade, Retail Director at Quintain, said: “Twenty3c joins us as optimal time when cycling infrastructure in and around Wembley Park has been carefully considered to cater to regular or aspiring cyclists, so we look forward to welcoming avid riders.”
The new store complements Wembley Park’s long association with cycling that dates back to track cycling in Wembley Arena, and more recently the sponsorship of the Dave Creasy Memorial 6, the Ovo Energy Tour Series and Wembley Park Cycle to Mapic, 2019.
Twenty3c will join other recently opened fashion, dining and leisure brands at Wembley Park, including Wembley Park Market – an indoor and permanent shopping destination made up of independent and local merchants and makers, from fashion and food to homeware and wellness. The new brands will be welcome additions to residents of Tipi – Quintain’s lifestyle lifestyle-led rental management brand, as well as tourists, day-out visitors and residents living in the Wembley Park, wider North London and Brent region.