Even if you don’t always get around on two wheels, Roll for the Soul is a treat.
What do you call a cycling enthusiast? There’s ‘petrolhead’ for car lovers, ‘chocoholic’ for chocolate but for cycling, I feel like there should be something more than the Joe Bloggs level ‘cyclist’.
For whatever those lycra-wearing, fixie-fixated types are, Roll for the Soul is a bit of a Mecca. Set up on July 1st 2013 as Bristol’s answer to hipster-cyclee central Look Mum No Hands! on London’s Old Street, Roll for the Soul rolled around Bristol as a pop-up venture for about a year before finding their own premises on Quay Street. As they rightly say on their About page, why on earth did the city that pioneered town centre cycling in the UK not have it’s own cycling café?
Well, now Bristol has one too and a darn good one…
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