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Best coffee stops for cyclists in London - Part 1

1. Vermuteria

Tucked away in one of the quaint Coal Drop Yard archways, Vermuteria is THE place to go for a coffee and a snack if you're in Central London. There are always plenty of tables & bike racks available, plus the food is absolutely delicious.

📍 38/39 Stable St, London N1C 4DQ

2. Fortitude

It's best to go to Fortitude when it's not too cold as there is no indoor seating, but we've not eaten a better cinnamon bun anywhere else, and trust me we've tried them all. It's just incredible! Try it and let us know if you agree...

📍35 Colonnade, London WC1N 1JA

3. The Dynamo

The Dynamo is ideal if you want to be warm and sit inside. They have a number of bike racks so stow away your bike and enjoy the most divine pizza, which is heaven after a ride in Surrey or some hard laps of Richmond Park.

📍 200-204 Putney Bridge Rd, London SW15 2NA

4. Four Boroughs

When heading towards Greenwich or Kent, we always stop at Four Boroughs; this beautiful courtyard is a great place to hang out (especially on a sunny day). We highly recommend the sourdough swirls if you fancy a savoury snack.

📍 Coldharbour Works, 245a Coldharbour Ln, London SW9 8RR

5. Rapha

Finally, no cycling café list is complete without Rapha, they are always the best indoor option in central London. You can safely leave your bike on one of their bike racks and warm up with a coffee (their oat flat white is delicious) or some toasties.

📍 85 Brewer St, London W1F 9ZN


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