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UK delivery

If your item is in stock and ordered before 12pm, we will do our best to despatch your order the day you place it. In busy times we tell you how long it will take us to process it.

The above does not apply to bikes, which we have to assemble and inspect before repacking for dispatch. Typically we try to have bike orders dispatched within 3-5 days, but in busier times it may take longer. In those cases we'll let you know of longer than expected delivery times.

Please bear in mind that we are closed on Wednesdays, so no items will be dispatched then.

Free postage over £40

For small items we use Royal Mail's 48 service which has a delivery time of typically 2-3 days from dispatch; though you do have the option to upgrade to 24 which is generally next-day from dispatch if you require your order sooner. Please note in some cases the item will need to be signed for, so please provide an address where someone will be in.

Orders of over £40 will qualify for free standard postage with Royal Mail 48. This may exclude certain bulky or awkward items which will be calculated automatically at the basket screen.

Bike shipping

When we send out a larger parcel such as a bike or trailer we use a next-day courier - usually either DPD or Parcelforce.

For these reasons please supply us with a delivery address where there will be someone in to sign for your parcel. If there is nobody in when the couriers call, they will leave a card. You can then phone them to arrange delivery for another day or collect your goods from your local depot (a photo ID with proof of address will be required).

How will my bike be delivered?

We fully assemble, safety check and inspect every bike as though you were going to ride it away from our showroom.

However, to get it back into a box suitable for a courier to handle, we have to remove the pedals, handlebar and usually the front wheel - so some minor reassembly is required when the bike is delivered to you.

Please bear in mind that you might need a 15mm spanner for the pedals (adult's bikes generally do not come with pedals included, so you may not need to worry about this), and 4mm, 5mm and 6mm allen/hex keys for the reassembly.

Outside the UK

Since Brexit it is no longer feasible for our website to have permanent shipping prices for international delivery. Instead, if there is an item you are interested in, please Contact Us with a full delivery address and we will quote for delivery.

All the prices on our website and catalogue are in pounds sterling and are inclusive of VAT, but VAT will be removed for international orders. Please bear in mind that you will likely have to pay your country's taxes, import duties and associated courier handling fees for any items.

Cycle to Work


The Cycle to Work scheme is a government scheme designed to provide a more affordable way for you to purchase a new bike & equipment for cycling to work.

Depending on your tax bracket and the scheme provider used, you can save 25%-47% on the price of a new bike and accessories as well as spreading the cost over a period of 6-48 months without paying any interest.

The bike purchased on the scheme can be any kind of bike - hybrid bike, road bike, mountain bike, electric bike, cargo bike - as long as the primary user of the bike is the person who took out the scheme. So... no children's bikes, sorry.

It sounds too good to be true, but rest assured it really is that much of a no-brainer.

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Click & Collect


We've all got busy lives, and sometimes it's easier just to browse online at home rather than having to come out to our shop. Our click & collect service is free and easy to use - simply:

  1. Browse the site and add the items you'd like to collect to your basket.
  2. Head to the checkout and select Collect in Store as your delivery region under the Delivery Region/Country header.
  3. Proceed through the online checkout and pay for your items as usual.
  4. We'll be in touch as soon as your order is ready to collect! In cases where an item is out of stock or might take a while to arrive we'll let you know. Payment is not actually processed against your card until we've accepted the order.
  5. Come to the store and collect your items whenever is convenient. Please bring valid photo ID just in case!

Koga Bikes

About Koga

Koga was founded in 1974 and produces a selection of top quality bicycles in their factory in Heerenveen, Holland. Each bicycle is hand assembled by one mechanic from start to finish to ensure perfection. Koga's mechanics have been trained in-house at Koga for a minimum of two years.

They are not a company who are interested in world domination; preferring to focus on the quality of their bikes instead.


When Koga design a new model they focus heavily on the finish. You won't find aluminium frames with a better finish or welds than Koga, giving them a distinct and unique look. They work tirelessly to make sure the components work harmoniously with each other. If this is not possible, they simply design new components themselves. You'll find no better example of this than their incredibly popular range of handlebars.


Koga have broken records and won awards throughout their history. Most notably they recently assisted Mark Beaumont with his Round the World in 80 Days campaign, which he completed aboard a Koga Kimera carbon road bike.

Koga at Cyclesense

We have been Koga dealers for most of our 30 year history and Dave, Cyclesense founder and MD, was even the UK agent for Koga for many years. Nowadays, we are the UK's premier dealer, with a wide range of Koga bikes and accessories in stock at our High Street store.

Koga Signuature

The Koga signature program allows you to customise your Koga to your ideal specification. Choose the frame and the parts to suit you.

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Koga Touring Bikes

Koga excel in the touring market and their flagship model, the WorldTraveller, is legendary amongst those in the know. The WorldTraveller is also available in a 'Signature' spec. - custom made for you. Contact Us to learn more about the Signature program.


Koga Electric Bikes

Electric bikes are massive in Europe, and nowhere more so than in the Netherlands. It's only natural then that Koga's range encompasses the finest e-bikes in their class. A choice of stepthrough, mixed and gents frame is available on most models. Premium componentry is used throughout.

Hybrid & City

Koga Hybrid Bikes

The term 'Dutch bikes' historically refers to the type of sit-up-and-beg bike that weighs so much you have to get off and push it up railway bridges. Not for Koga - Form, Fun Function. That is what the Koga F3 range of lightweight hybrids stands for.


Koga Road Bikes

Koga now focuses only on the premium end of road race bikes, with the Kimera and Colmaro ranges. The Kimera is a top of the range road bike boasting incredible stiffness and light weight thanks to its hi-modulus carbon frame.

Gravel & Adventure

Koga Gravel Bikes

Each year Koga produce the Colmaro Allroad it seems to get better and better. Carefully selected components which integrate perfectly and a beautiful aluminium give it a seamless feel. The BeachRacer is also famous amongst beach race crowds.

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