Kona:  Makena

Kona: Makena

When your child is ready for a bike which can tackle all terrain with a proper set of gears, knobbly tyres and light enough to style out the corners … Kona are ready for you! Makena is far more than a miniature version of a mountain bike: it shares the core features and material selections with its bigger siblings, providing for the ride your ‘growing grom’ has been working up to. It’s lighter than many bikes designed for kids of half the size too, which make it considerably easier to ride, so they will relish it. Integrating the suspension formula… Read more →

Kona:  Lana’I

Kona: Lana’I

The Lana’I combines a whole host of details from across Kona’s fleet, including geometry from the Hei Hei, broadened to 26″/27.5″/29″ wheels and two metallic colourways. Mechanical disk brakes paired with the Suntour XCT30 DS Coil Spring 100mm fork and 2 x 8 speed Shimano Altus gear set-up make for a sturdy mountain bike It is a pretty compelling package, suitable for daily use both off and on the road Specifications: Frame Material: Kona 6061 Aluminum Butted Sizes: XS (26″), S (27.5″), M (27.5″), L (29″), XL (29″) Fork: Suntour Xct30 Ds Coil Spring 100mm Crankarms: Shimano Altus Chainrings: 22/36T… Read more →

Kona:  Sutra Series

Kona: Sutra Series

Looking for a bicycle which is ready for anything? The Sutra SE is certainly one to consider. The geometry is based on Kona’s CX, enhanced with a taller head tube and longer top tube, paired with Kona’s Project Two Cromoly Disc Touring fork. This offers great tyre clearance and limits toe overlap. “Some bikes are fun for a few laps or a trail or two, but the Sutra is the kind of bike you can point toward the horizon and just go.” Bikepacking.com There are some neat finishing touches like a replaceable derailleur hanger on the rear, mudguard eyelets inside… Read more →

Kona:  Rove Series

Kona: Rove Series

The Rove AL looks gentle in Gloss Dragonfly with Nimbus & Charcoal Decals to shake it right up! This reflects it’s personality too: ready to tackle all environments with untold energy Sticking with the tried and tested combination of a sturdy and capable bike, the Rove is as happy on a long distance road route as it is on a bit of dirt at the weekend. This makes for a reliable commuter bike, which you can also take away from traffic. The gear range is far reaching so the Rove is ready to take on all comers, whilst mechanical disk… Read more →

Kona:  Libre

Kona: Libre

There is something so very beautiful about a perfectly designed bicycle, which shines through from each and every angle. The Libre is a superb example, which is elevated yet further by the sci-fi colour scheme. It is absolutely stunning This beauty is matched with an equally successful blend of lightweight components for instant sprinting response, with Kona’s Verso full carbon fibre flat mount disc fork leading the charge. The 11 speed SRAM set-up keeps the drivetrain both strong and simple, The WTB ST i23 TCS 2.0 tyre and WTB Riddler TCS rim combo floats over kilometer after joyous kilometer of… Read more →

Kona:  Coco

Kona: Coco

The Coco is a joyous affair, complete with an excitable colorway and upright riding position. With the Summer in full swing, what better than a fresh and funky ride to cruise right on through? Beside the whitewall tyres and low slung seating position are a very capable set of disk brakes and 9 speed gear set-up, so you can still set the pace whenever you feel like it. The step-through twin-top frame keeps the useful stuff too. There is a fully wrapped set of mudguards to protect your dress, plus sturdy Project 2 forks offering mounting points for a rack… Read more →

Kona:  Cinder Cone

Kona: Cinder Cone

The one which started it all for so many of us: the legendary Kona Cinder Cone! Having celebrated 30 years in production, this is amongst the most versatile mountain bikes of all time. With an 6061 Aluminium Butted frameset retaining it’s 27.5 inch wheels and a carefully chosen component set, this is one of the all time greats reinvented once again. What set’s it apart? It’s poise. This is a low-down, hunkered frame for tearing up trails and launching over jumps with the same youthful energy is had way back in 1988. The Shimano Deore 11-51t 11 speed drivetrain gives… Read more →

Kona:  Dew

Kona: Dew

Kona’s Dew is a fresh and funky option for riding wherever the mood takes you. Take on a lap of Richmond Park, the London to Brighton, Commute in style and everything in between! The lightweight 6061 aluminium frame is paired with the legendary Kona Project 2 forks, with slick whitewall tyres to match. Plus there are disk brakes and multiple mounting points for water bottles, racks and mudguards. The 2 x 8 speed gear set-up offer plenty of scope for both the start/stop of urban riding and cruising along for mile after mile without fuss. Whilst the formula is ideal… Read more →

Kona:  the Smallest Biggest Bike Company in the World

Kona: the Smallest Biggest Bike Company in the World

Kona’s HQ in Ferndale, Washington. Kona: Rider-owned. The documentary, by Matt Dennison & Kaz Yamamura. What mountain bike company isn’t owned by riders? Who else but a rider would have the fiscal patience and insensitivity to risk required to own a mountain bike company? Yet there are brands so strongly defined by their founders that it usually turns out they sacrificed nearly every other thing in their lives for bikes. They’re the type who possess a devotion to riding that is so deeply ingrained that founding a brand seems pre-ordained. So what the hell does ‘the smallest biggest bike company… Read more →


Leftfield Bikes: Riding, Re-invented We’re busy preparing new bicycles, plus our new spot,

Demo Bikes

Demo Bikes

Try Before you Buy: Demo Bikes now available in London. We offer a variety of demonstrator bicycles, so that our clients have the opportunity to test out their new wheels before buying. The range we offer changes from time to time. Choose your preference from the dropdown menu at the bottom of this page. We currently offer test rides with the following models: Yuba El Kombi: Electric Family Cargo Bike MiRider One: Magnesium Folding Electric Bike Kona Rove: Gravel Bike and Commuter Favourite Yuba Supermarché: Family Cargo Bike (includes Open Loader/Bamboo/Seat Kit) There is a refundable booking fee, from which… 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 →

Energy Saving Trust: eCargo Bike Grant Fund

The Department for Transport has made £2 million funding available for the acquisition of ecargo bikes, to support green last mile deliveries. This funding is available to limited companies, sole traders, partnerships, charities and not-for-profit organisations. Public, community or third sector organisations are also eligible providing they meet the eligibility criteria. eCargo Bike Grant funding covers up to 20% of the total cost of an ecargo bike, up to a maximum of £1,000 per bike. To be eligible for funding, an ecargo bike must have minimum 125 litre cargo volume capacity and minimum 130 kg weight capacity (combined rider and… Read more →