Archive for Uncategorized

November Stock

On the stall this week…. Paloma – light blue gents – frame size 55 cm – Price £235 Ladies – orange DBS – frame size 53cm – Price £235 Nakamura – Men’s racer 10 speed- frame size 55 cm – Price £275 Pashley – Ladies 3 speed, black with basket and two schwalbe marathon plus […]

Read more

7th Heaven

Just to add to the last post we are currently housing all our bikes at Lock 7. They will be serviced over the next few weeks but if you see one you are interested in let the folks there know and they can bump it up the service list. The prices currently range from £150 […]

Read more

Shampagnolo and spaghetti

As part of my induction to the Heavens Cycles family I went with Johnny to Belgium in Luxy on a stock replenishment mission. We were super excited to find that the bikes haven’t ran out yet. Here’s a few tasters of the beauties and a gorgeous bowl of veggie spaghetti from Vooruit. Highly recommend. Pictures […]

Read more

New road bikes, new media

In these diverse days it’s only right that we have a Facebook page, so young people can keep in touch with our old bikes. It gives us a platform to show a few new interests, as you’ll see if you take a look at the site here: https://www.facebook.com/heavenscycles Among other things you can read about […]

Read more

Changing Heaven’s

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 […]

Read more

Gazelle Champion Mondial

Classic racing fiets given a second chance through Heaven’s Cycles. Or Bride of Frankenstein, you decide.

Read more

Eddy Merckx and friends

Heaven’s has gone under, or you’d have been forgiven for thinking this, if you’d judged us by the recent lack of activity on this blog. Or if you’d have judged us by the lack of activity on the market stall during the already legendary (and hopefully recently removed) brutal winter of 2012-2013. Here’s one of […]

Read more

Columbus Genius

Scroll down the blog a few posts and you’ll find an image of a fairly tatty-looking Concorde with obscene red and white Richard Virenque saddle, peeling tubs and 130mm titanium stem. I hesitated when buying this bicycle because it looked like this; also I had been sleeping drunk in a trailer and wasn’t really in […]

Read more

Road bikes – Diamant, Himpe, Giacomelli etc

In a speech to the CBI today David Cameron invoked the spirit of the 1940s, declaring that British businesses needed to adopt that wartime, buccaneering attitude to succeed in the global race for capital. And it is very much in this spirit that the Heavens’ blog has gone untended for so very many months. Which […]

Read more

Macleans Apollo Restored

I’m sure that Simon P won’t mind me sharing his email, but more importantly his pictures here on the blog. Just to give you a bit of background, Simon is a vintage cycle enthusiast who bought a lot of the items we found in this cache here: More than just being a antiquarian, Simon is […]

Read more