Any time we are travelling we collect bike jerseys form local shops....The Hanoi Bicycle Collective THBC was our most recent stop....staff were very friendly and were quick to scour store rooms in search of our sizes....came back with some new treasures and excited about returning...More
The Hanoi Bicycle Collective
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Staff there was helpful. They pointed out a few route options for me to cycle. Equipment was in good condition too!
I lived in Hanoi for almost a year and commuted by bicycle. Whenever I needed it fixed or maintained I came here even though I lived quite far away. Staff were always super professional and competent and my bike was always given back to me...More
A short taxi ride from the old quarter to the top end of Tay Ho lake to find the shop. Popped in without booking & very accommodating in hiring bikes for a few hours to ride the 17km round the lake. The new intern very...More
The maintenance service is very good, the staff is efficient, and cost honest. I recommend HBC for service and equip.. I did not buy my bicycle there but next time I will do it.
Staff arw accommodating and bikes are all in good condition. If you want to rent cheap yet good quality bicycles, this is the perfect place!
I love living and I owe much of my enjoyment to THBC and those connected to it. The employees and the supporters have become some awesome friends. I would to see the store so timid to grow and develop a more active community especially with...More
The context of my purchase of a mountain bike was to ride from Hanoi to Phnom Penh, through Laos, following the Mekong. The service was great. The bike, an Arbea 150, performed well (only one flat). I donated the bike to charity upon my arrival...More
This is a great place to hire bikes. We rode out of Hanoi to Co Loa citadel and thoroughly enjoyed our ride. Good prices and great service.
Had one day in Hanoi and as a keen cyclist I was keen to get out on a bike. The hotel (Intercontinental) telephoned before hand to make sure there was a bike available. The bike cost 120,000 VND (about £4) for half a day. As...More