10 Feb 2014

Changing Heaven’s

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Apologies for the utter lack of activity on this blog recently.

There’s been a lot going on behind the scenes at Heaven’s Cycles (though I must admit we start from a low base here).

In fact, it wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that it’s all change, apart from that we still sell nice dutch and racing bikes, and still do the Saturday stall.

So in essence nothing has changed.

Apart from the fact that the very nice people from Lock 7 now run Heaven’s, which has a number of disctinct advantages for you the bike buyer.

Firstly and most importantly, Johnny doesn’t work there much anymore. And secondly, you can now browse the Heaven’s stock all day, every day. Kathryn, about whom more will follow, has laid out some fine examples actually in the shop, so you can go and have a look at the Chesinis and Batavus whilst drinking posh coffee made by lovely Georgia.

If this all sounds far too civilized then you clearly haven’t been in the shop, or met Perry (this is a joke Perry). I’m just saying that you won’t have to skip down to our shipping container in Dalston in this miserable weather, though this can still be arranged, if you want added authenticity, for a small surcharge.

More info on everything will follow.

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