Abus:  Amparo CL NKR Frame Lock

Abus: Amparo CL NKR Frame Lock

This lock is designed to keep your front wheel secure without requiring a two meter chain.  ABUS’s class leading, elegant frame lock provides the ultimate in ease of use security. The Amparo has an extra large aperture to accommodate larger city tyres and wider rims. It is however, still easy to mount thanks to its slim profile and variety of fixing options. The key can be removed even if the lock is open. Pairing with the Abus Granit Steel O Flex 1000/100 (cable), or Abus City Chain Plus 1010/110 (chain).


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Babboe:  City Series

Babboe: City Series

Babboe’s City Series takes the two-wheel ‘Longjohn’ formula to a whole new level, offering forward facing twin seats for 2 Kiddos as standard in both manual and electric versions and a sturdy European beech box. Each model include lights, mudguards and a chain guard, a broad centre stand and a comfortable saddle which can be adjusted to suit riders of between 157-198cm tall, plus Schwalbe’s Big Apple tyres. Each model can also fit a secondary bench to seat 4, making the City Series ideal for larger families looking for a narrower option than Babboe’s trikes. This can really help with… Read more →

Babboe:  Go Series

Babboe: Go Series

The Go and Go-E are Babboe’s newest additions, featuring a forward facing bench for two kids, a front door for ease of access, along with their tried and tested rear subframe in electric and manual versions. The Series incorporates the turning box formula enjoyed across most of Babboe’s fleet in beech, with your cargo stretching out to each wheel. This guarantees the maximum amount of storage space and passenger comfort, whilst also staying under 90cm wide so you can slide through garden gates and similar obstacles with ease. Gear shifting duties are spread neatly across a useful 7-Speed system, with… Read more →

Babboe:  Curve Series

Babboe: Curve Series

The Babboe Curve is a beautifully stable and elegant Family Cargo Bike, designed to nip around town with 1-4 kids up front. It comes with a round-edged box equipped with handles for the kiddos to grab hold of (and steps to clamber up), plus the option of a cheeky little motor to whoosh past conventional traffic! With seven gears and a 100kg weight limit for your cargo, this is a terrific option for the school run, shopping trips and picnics in the park over the weekend alike. There is a front light built-in to the steps, with LEDs and a… Read more →

Babboe:  Carve Series

Babboe: Carve Series

The Carve Series are the feisty combination of a dependable Family Cargo Bike with the ability to tilt into corners, whilst keeping all three wheels on the ground. With all of the options in the series fitted with motors, each and every ride is as energised as the rider and cargo in equal measure. Whilst the tilting mechanism allows experienced riders to lean into corners as though the Carve was on two wheels, the cargo area can be fixed in to position with a simple twist of a lever. This suits less experienced riders, as well as leveling the playing… Read more →

Babboe:  Big Series

Babboe: Big Series

The original Babboe Big first hit the streets over a decade ago, taking over the Netherlands almost overnight. The formula has stayed true to it’s roots and the Big remains a cornerstone of Dutch Family life. The Big & Big-E have rolled with the times too. Retaining amongst the most capacious cargo boxes of all time, the Big series can fit up to 4 kids up front, which means you will have ample space for collecting an impromptu guest (or three), plus some shopping on the way home from work. “Babboe Bakfiets was founded in 2006 as an initiative by… Read more →

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The brands on offer at Leftfield Bikes are listed on this page in alphabetic order. Click for our recommendations for items best suited to riding in London and the Home Counties. If you are looking for something which isn’t visible on our website, contact us and we’ll arrange it for you: whilst there are over 50,000 items available to us, we only display a limited selection on our website. Abus Locks/Bags Airwheel Ass Saver Mudguard Babboe Family Bikes Bakfiets Bosch AVE Electric Bikes Bud Brake ABS CatEye Centaur Cargo Bikes Chike Dainese Ducati Bicycles Ducati EMX Electric MTB Furo GoCycle… Read more →


Biking Essentials Action Cameras, Ass Saver, Bud Brake, Chilli Air, FoldnFix, Hope, ISM Seat, Muckynutz, QuickFix Once you’re kitted-out with a new bike, it’s time to accessorise. Add bone-conducting headphones to listen safely, a light-weight HD camera to share the ride when you get home… and some nifty mudguard options to stay clean! On-Bike Clothing Half Baked Brand (HBB), Hope, Intrepid Apparel, Visijax, Whackjob Few things can increase overall comfort on a ride than the appropriate clothing. Whilst some see specialist kit as one step aside from dressing like a Power Ranger, there’s little doubt that it helps. Having somewhere… Read more →

Hope:  Vented Rotors

Hope: Vented Rotors

The vented rotor is available only for the Tech V2 brake. It is not retro fitable to the other brakes in the range or aftermarket to other brands. It is wider than a standard fixed or floating rotor. This rotor takes braking performance to a new level. Using the same proven floating design as our other rotors and advanced manufacturing techniques, the internal fins allow the air to flow between the two friction parts. The induced air flow significantly reduces and delays the heat build up in the rotor. Dyno tests show a difference in temperature of 15% between a… Read more →