One of the best cafes in Bristol, full-stop.
Bristol has its fair share of excellent cafes (look here if you don’t believe me), but Tincan Coffee Co. on North Street is one of the best places to get your pre-ride caffeine fix.
For such a small village, Tintern has a remarkable range of cycling-friendly cafe options. But, for my money, the best coffee can be found at The Filling Station.
Not content with a growing list of the best cafes to visit while on the bike, we take a look at the best coffee houses Bristol has to offer cyclists off the bike.
The Highlands. Not a place you’d expect to find genuinely exceptional coffee and cake. But – despite my lack of bike on the day – this is cycling territory. And the owners – Morag & Ali Cameron – kn..
Having spent a great deal of time cycling north of Bristol this year, one thing has become abundantly clear; the Cotswolds harbours many a hidden gem. And not many come as well hidden as The Can..
Hidden away on an up-market shopping cul de sac somewhere between Manchester’s Spinningfields and Central Retail District, the location for The North’s most exclusive cycling cafe/shop couldn’t ..
Josh Bishop heads to Keswick, taking in the Saddleback Café as he goes. Run by cyclists, for cyclists.
Katherine Brand finally succumbs to temptation, taking a spin to Tintern’s famous Old Station. Turns out it’s the perfect location for a sunny stop in the Wye Valley.
Nick Livermore, rudely awoken by 20 sets of prying eyes, sets off in search of much needed sustenance, getting better than he bargained for at Beggars’ Banquet Café, Shaftesbury.