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New! Lug the Dog Range!

From the mind of Bob Motown, dog lovers unite! Say hello to our new Lug the Spanneriel range feat a cycling cap, face mask and set of enamel pins! Woof!

Lug the Dog Cycling Cap

Move over Pizza Cat, meet Lug the Spanneriel! Our cheeky workshop dog, eager to go for a walk and play fetch. Flip the peak down to get to work, flip the peak up to finish. Our favourite bit is our logo at the back… you could say this cap is the Dog’s B*llocks.

£14.00. Read more and buy now!

Lug the Dog Face Mask 

Our cheeky workshop dog Face Mask is ready and waiting to hand you a trusty Lmnh spanner. Please note it is not a medical grade mask and does not support filters.

£8.00. Read more and buy now!

Enamel Pins! 

Say hello to Bruser the Bulldog and Lug the Spanneriel enamel pins. They're both 3cm x 2.5cm and ready to stick to your t-shirt, cap, bag, whatever you choose!

£4.50 each. Read more and buy now! 

Caps and masks are shipping from January 2021. Pins from the 14th December.

We couldn’t wait to share new items with you, let the dogs out! 

LMNH Christmas Posting Deadline Dates for UK & International Friends!

Don't miss the postie! Here are our recommended deadline dates to receive your LMNH goodies in time for Christmas for our UK and International friends. 

Lmnh! November Update

​Please note the cafe will close for the rest of November on Thursday 5thThe workshop will stay open for now, you can find the mechanics around the back of the cafe in the “bicycle basement”. Browse and buy our products 24/7 via our online shop. 

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The LMNH GPS Art Challenge!

Show off your creative GPS cycling skills for a chance to WIN a case of Vedett AND Duvel beer (that’s 48 bottles) or Look mum no hands! goodies!

Gran Fondo coffee

Pact Coffee have produced this Limited Edition Gran Fondo coffee in partnership with Welsh Legend Geraint Thomas and we have bags for sale at 49 Old St. EC1V 9HX and online

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Diversity In Cycling

Diversity In Cycling was conceived as a collaborative grass roots project to better understand the lack of black and Asian diversity in cycling and particularly in cycling clubs. The project grew through word of mouth, eventually attracting the attention of governing body British Cycling who helped distribute the report to its members and more broadly. We provided the launch event to a pack audience of cyclists of all backgrounds back in June 2019. Please Read, Share and Act on the Diversity in Cycling report.