From Milan to London, Tokyo to Sydney – connect with a global network of clubhouses and cycling communities around the world with Rouleur Society.
Bike shops have always been hubs of the cycling world, offering us not just retail, but a community, a resting stop, and connection with people with an untold level of cycling wisdom. That’s why Rouleur Society aims to bring us all together to celebrate our uniqueness and our shared passion for life on two wheels.
Our Society clubhouses will be stockists of the magazine, off-bike Rouleur clothing, curated premium retail accessories, and a limited edition Rouleur Society cycling club jersey.
Whether you are local to the area or travelling there for pleasure, find your local clubhouse on our map.
Our Rouleur Society clubhouses:Regions: Europe | Asia | Middle East | North America | Australia
Enjoy a cup of coffee while you flick through an issue of Rouleur, get a haircut in the salon, plan your next trip or test one of the latest bikes – there isn’t much you can’t do at Ciclos Perfecto. This luxury, experience-based boutique is located on Madrid’s most European street, Calle Zurbano and they have become a hotspot for expats and tourists who love everything about cycling and its culture.
A store with not only a passion for cycling but also a passion for the small details, distinct parts and the luxury brands they work with. Situated on Lac Leman, with a view of Mont Blanc and Jura Mountains as their back garden, it’s the most picturesque bike shop we’ve seen.
New Taipei City
In the heart of the area’s most popular training route, 106 Hwy, 106 Clubhouse has become a regular weekend stopping point for the cycling community. With the concept of building the people’s living room, the award-winning store has ample space for cyclists to meet, enjoy and revel in the pleasures of riding.https://www.aabiking.tw
Bikes n Bites
The shop first opened its doors in 2010 by a group of passionate cyclists who wanted to offer the community a space for like-minded individuals to congregate, share their sporting achievements and expand their network over coffee. Today, Aita Cycles is a place where you can buy premium cycling equipment and technology supported by expert and personal service.
La Course Velo
A curated gallery of high-end bikes and bike parts, La Course Velo pride itself on offering its cycling community bespoke brands that are new to their country. Imparting their collective knowledge and cycling experience, they were a shop focused solely on bikes, and now they are beginning to expand their market into cycling lifestyle.
Aita Cycle is a true purveyor of cycling cool and has a store that matches. The large, airy, high ceilinged loft style space provides the perfect place for their carefully curated top level bicycles, bike accessories and apparel.
Corsa Corsa are vintage bike specialists who are experts in restoring and customising vintage bikes from around the world. Staffed by people who are masters in what they do and love vintage steel bikes, they offer hard-to-find bikes and parts for their customers who are looking for something truly unique.
The Bike Artisans
Born out of a love for cycling and the artisanal craftsmanship of hand-made quality bike frames, the Bike Artisans opened its doors in 2006 to share its passion with the cycling community in Kuala Lumpur.
With the aim of bringing premium cycling products to the heart of the city, Watts Sports opened in 2008 at the base of the most popular climb in South Korea, Namsan. Situated perfectly for anywhere in the city and the Han-River bicycle path spanning the entire country from North to South – this shop is a hub for those in the area or just passing through.
With great coffee, a workshop, and a cafe serving up a list of great dishes – this is the ultimate cafe stop when cycling in Dubai. A high-end bike shop selling some of the world’s best bikes, with a few one-of-a-kind speed machines on display to lust over whilst you sip your coffee.
La Bicicletta first opened its doors in 1984, offering up a coveted selection of Italian bikes. Today, they’re still deeply rooted in Italian cycling culture, and this is reflected in the brands they carry. A mix of the past and the future, the shop takes you down memory lane with old classic bikes and vintage jerseys while also displaying the latest and greatest tech.
Palo Alto Bicycles
A staple in the San Francisco Bay Area cycling community for over 90 years, Palo Alto was founded in 1929 by the Hoffacker family. Now in its third generation of owners, the store continues to bring hard-to-find goods stateside. Palo Alto has been at the forefront of some of cycling’s greatest innovators, riders, and products. Jobst Brandt and Tom Ritchey have roots that trace back to the store, and they sponsored the up-and-coming junior racer Greg LeMond. Visitors will discover the shop’s history through its historical memorabilia.
Signature Cycles is a high-end custom bicycle and fitting studio designing custom bikes for recreational and high level athletes both locally and around the world. Their goal since 1999 has been to deliver a truly unique cycling experiences to the bustling hub of New York City.
Sydney, New South Wales
Generations of Sydney riders' have bought their first bike here, had their trusty steed brought back to life in the workshop, or dropped by for a coffee and highly-spirited conversation. Born on Sydney's Eastern Beaches in 1975, Maroubra Cycles has been a local institution for over 40 years.