- Manchester city centre bike shops, things to do?
- Rusty SpannerSubscriber
The Imperial War Museum IWM North is well worth a visit too.
Soooo much more, but I’m a bit out of touch with child friendly stuff these days.
There’s an unfriendly bike shop near the Platt Fields track (The Bicycle Doctor in Rusholme) and a very good one just opposite (EBC, very friendly and helpful).
Harry Halls (Manchester Institution), Keep Pedalling (Uber friendly) and GBH Workshop (renovating and singlespeeding nice old road bikes) are all worth visiting in the city centre, just google them for directions.
Enjoy yourselves!Posted 4 years agoratherbeintobagoSubscriber
There used to be a very expensive, niche roadie shop at the science museum end of Deansgate, but I don’t know if it’s still there, and if not, how long it lasted.
Worth going to point and laugh, at least?
Edit: Also Popup Bikes and Keep Pedalling at the other end of Deansgate(ish)Posted 4 years agoglobaltiMember
From the Science Museum Harry Hall’s and Evans are your nearest shops.
Take the metro out to the Quays and marvel at the new BBC and the super little gardens including the Blue Peter garden outside the end station right at the door of the BBC. That is also a stone’s throw from the Imperial War Museum, which is free, I think.Posted 4 years agoxherbivorexSubscriber
neither pop-up bikes nor keep pedalling are anything like “at the other end of deansgate(ish)”, by the way- keep pedalling is not far from picadilly gardens in the northern quarter, and pop-up bikes is up towards rochdale road/green quarter in an old railway arch. they’re basically on the opposite side of the city centre to deansgate!Posted 4 years ago
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