Voting closes on August 31. Your vote can still get your favourite shop recognised.

Updated August 11

This summer we’re celebrating bike shops by looking for the best in the country. Our Britain’s Best Bike Shops poll, in partnership with Lezyne, Muc-Off and BikeZaar, allows you to vote for your favourite shop, and tell us why it’s so good.

The voting opened at the end of June and stays open until August 31. Since the poll launched we have had over 12500 votes for 1000 different shops, so thank you to everyone who has voted.

As of 11/08/2017 the top three shops in each region were:

Scotland

Leslie Bike Shop – Glenrothes
Synergy Cycles – Auchterarder
Billy Bilsland Cycles – Glassgow

The North East

K B Cycles – Newcastle
Cycle Art – Prudhoe
Peddlers Cycles – Redcar

The North West

Arragons Cycle Centre – Penrith
Twelve 50 Bikes – Frodsham
4Play Cycles – Cockermouth

Yorkshire

JE James Cycles – Rotherham
York Cycleworks – York
Woodrup Cycles – Leeds

East Midlands

The Giant Store – Lincoln
Gorilla Firm – Peterborough
Wellingborough Cycles – Northamptonshire

West Midlands

Dave Mellor Cycles – Shrewsbury
2 Wheels Only – Tamworth
Run and Ride – Cannock

Wales

Alf Jones Cycles – Wrexham
On it Sports – Porthcawl
Don Skene Cycles – Cardiff

East of England

Flamme Rouge Cycles – Bedford
Pedal Works – Dunstable
Life Cycle UK – Bildeston

London

Sigma Sport
Cadence Performance
Condor

The South East

Pedal Heaven – Fleet
Pankhurst Cycles – Pangbourne
D & D Cycles – Barnham

South West

Bike Chain Ricci – Redruth
Wolf Cycleworx – Exeter
Green Machine – Newton Abbot

Northern Ireland

Cicli Sport – Moneymore
Velo Cafe Magasin – Belfast
Dave Kane Cycles – Belfast

In lots of areas only a few votes will make a difference, so if you haven’t voted yet, what are you waiting for, and if you work in a bike shop and haven’t started promoting this poll to your customers there is still time.

Voting closes on August 31 and winners will be announced in September.