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Foffa Bikes

About Foffa Bikes 

With over 50 years of combined experience in the cycling and design industries, Foffa’s team of cycling enthusiasts have developed a range of contemporary road bikes for the active and urban commuter. Foffa Bikes have one very simply mission: to provide high quality and stylish bikes at affordable prices, allowing more individuals to discover the pleasures of a bike ride. Designers of classic and urban bikes, Foffa are leading the revolution in style-conscious non-competitive cycling. Foffa’s efforts have been recognised by prestigious others as they have achieved multiple awards outlining their quality. Voted 2014/15 Commuting bike of the year by and listed in best commuter bikes under £1000 by the Telegraph. Foffa’s popularity continues to grow – especially in London, with a rising amount of cycle commuters.


History of Foffa Bikes

In 2007, Dani Foffa started working on his idea for Foffa bikes, balancing his passion with his day job as a business analyst in London. By 2009 Dani Foffa had already quit his job and opened the Foffa shop in East London. Together with a few other passionate cyclists, Foffa’s productions gradually grew and by 2012 they reached the huge milestone of selling their 1000th branded bicycle. Going from strength to strength, Foffa moved from its warehouse into expert offices and transferring sales to online and approved retailers. They have also announced significant collaborations and partnerships including with Cirencester Park Polo Club who boast HRH The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry as members.


Products of Foffa Bikes 

Foffa Bikes are not designed for sprints and sports but ensures a smooth ride around town. The bike is the perfect solution for commuting to work, leading with a nostalgic design and an exceptionally lightweight structure. The Single Speed bike is one of their most popular selection of bikes, based on the best parts of early 20th century bike design along with a light steel frameset coordinating a more aggressive and sharp handling cycle.