Cycling Made Easy stocks only good bikes. The founder of the company explains its history. Seems friendly and reliable. Among bikes stocked are Raleigh, Scott, Brompton, Dahon, Claud Butler, Ultra Motor, FreeGo, EBCO, Ecobike and Mobiky. They invite you to phone for advice for the best bike for your needs.
The Electric Motor Shop sells electric cars, scooters and bikes. Among the e-bikes are Infineum and Oxygen. They do seem to have the cheapest prices I have seen.
Powerpedals is a family firm that specialises in Tonaro bikes. They seem honest and transparent.
Electric Bike World specialises in Lifecycle bikes. A very informative site.
The Electric Transport Shop is a brilliant site, full of useful advice and information. They stock a wide range of bikes. The company oozes trustworthiness going by their website.
Cyclezee for eZee bikes and some Tonaro
Juicybikes are in the local section too as they are not that far from Liverpool. Juicy Bikes have a great reputation. The New Mills shop is part of Eco Republic in Buxton which sells an ‘eclectic range’ of eco products including solar heating.
3E bikes here. Great customer service – I had a query and was treated to an interesting and highly informative 20 minutes phone chat. Good site too: check out the blog there with a really useful article on batteries.
Electric Bikes Scooters Cars have a small range including Infineum and Oxygen. Some very attractive prices, e.g. Infineum Extreme for £900