Evans Cycles

Providing support at Push Sport events

Offering mechanical support at our events has always been a really important part of what we do. However well we look after our bikes, as they do require attention to make sure they are running as they should. Sometimes things happen like you have a puncture on the way to the HQ or have a mechanical issue that develops during the event. No one likes a clunky bike (and yes some can ignore those rattles better than others…) so to have a team there ready to help you get the best out of your day is very important to us.

We are excited to announce that Push Sport have teamed up with Evans Cycles to provide our mechanical support. Evans Cycles have a couple of shops in the region including Norwich, who we will be working with very closely this year. Their team will be on hand before, during and after our sportives to offer advice and support to all riders. Evans Cycles have a rich history in cycling, having been founded in 1921 and grown to become the UK’s largest specialist bike shop with over 60 shops nationwide. In addition to the first class servicing Evans Cycles can offer at the HQ and around the route at various locations, there will be other benefits to our riders including promotions, servicing tips and tricks of the trade to help you enjoy your ride.


Evans Cycles Norwich

Whether you are new to cycling or a seasoned pro, Evans Cycles in Norwich has everything you need. They pride themselves in offering the expertise and service you need to get the most out of your riding. The shop has over 120 bikes to choose from there and then, or you can Click & Collect from the thousands more available online – not to mention Evans Cycles’ huge range of clothing, components & accessories. The shop also has a fully-equipped workshop to help with anything from a puncture to a full strip-down and rebuild.

You can find the store on Westlegate in central Norwich. They are open 7 days a week  from 9am – 6pm Monday to Saturday (with late opening until 8pm on Thursday), and 10am – 5pm on Sunday.