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Christmas Opening Hours 2018

  It’s almost Christmas Here’s when you’ll be able to find us at Velo Domestique serving up our usual delicious freshly made food and coffee Christmas opening hours: Christmas Eve – 9 ’til 3 December 25th – 28th – Closed December 29th – 31st – 9 ’til 3 Jan 1st – Closed Other dates not on the[…]

Home of the Breakfast Burrito – Latest Apparel Release

We’re stoked with our new T-shirt release, designed for us by our friend Joe of Joseph Carpentry. These tees celebrate our beloved Breakfast Burrito with the words ‘Home of the Breakfast Burrito’ on the back below a drawing of a dancing donkey. You may be wondering, ‘What has a donkey got to do with my[…]

15% Off Bicycle Servicing – Book before the end of March

  EDIT 29/03/18: Offer now extended to any servicing booked in by the end of March. Even services booked for April and beyond will still receive 15% off. Now we have reopened we are offering you, our lovely customers, 15% off of all our bicycle services until the end of March. This includes our General Service (£30[…]

Christmas Opening Hours at Velo Domestique – 2017

As Christmas draws ever closer, we thought we would reveal to you our Opening Hours over the Festive period:  Christmas Eve 10am – 4pm  Christmas Day CLOSED  Boxing Day CLOSED  27th – 30th December 10am – 4pm  New Year’s Eve 10am – 4pm  New Year’s Day CLOSED  2nd January CLOSED We’re looking forward to seeing[…]

Over 65kg of Food Collected for Hope for Food – Cranksgiving 3.0

Last Friday we hosted our 3rd annual Cranksgiving event and thanks to everyone’s support it was a huge success! Riders managed to collect over 65kg of food for local charity Hope for Food. Braving the freezing conditions, riders collected their items at lightning speed with our rolling (cargo bike) camera crew barely able to keep up![…]

Velo Domestique’s First Birthday Party

Founded in October 2014, cycling enthusiast and owner Dan Armstrong, Velo Domestique began life as a pop up. Situated on Christchurch Road, it was a collaboration project with the Boscanova gang. We ran it as a four month trial, we made new friends, lifelong customers and when it came to an end we vowed to[…]