Bikes n boards are proud to offer a large selection of premium brand bikes. We hold lots of bikes in store and are able to get order in any model from our suppliers on request. Take a look at our brands below and click on the suppliers logo to see the full range of bikes on offer.

Bike Brands

Widely used in the Pro Peloton, Cannondale have a history in racing and manufacturing top end bikes since 1971. The company has grown from strength to strength in that time and now offer a large range of bikes for the leisure rider, through to Mountain bikes and top end road bikes. Cannondale are even introducing a range of e-bikes. Why not come in store and take a look.

A small British company dedicated to making cycling fun for children. Frog believe that the lighter the bike, the easier it is for children to learn to ride, and to enjoy it more as they progress. Many kids’ bikes on the market weigh nearly as much as the child!
New Stock arriving all the time, why not come in store and take a look.

Charge is a British bicycle company based in the rolling hills of Somerset, England. We aim to simplify the buying process for both enthusiasts and mainstream consumers worldwide by producing innovative bicycles that are contemporary, practical and stylish for a global cycling audience. We focus on three product categories: Plug (road), Grater (urban) and Cooker (all terrain) and provide choice within each range to suit all tastes and price points. The simplicity of the Charge product line allows choosing a bicycle to be an easy and enjoyable experience.

The Dawes bicycle brand offers you the unique blend of British heritage and outstanding performance. It all started in 1906 when Charles Dawes went into business in a partnership known as Humphries & Dawes with the Humphries side of the business making motor cycles.



From GT’s namesake Gary Turner designing one of the first BMX race bikes in 1972 to their modern carbon fiber creations that redefine fast-as-hell, GT have built a long legacy of racing and winning, yet never taking themselves too seriously. As a company, GT are 44 going on 18.