WorkCycles full-service workshop and showroom in Amsterdam is well worth finding, even if there happen to be 50 other bike shops along the way. At WorkCycles you can see, test ride and purchase the best city and transport bicycles in the world.

Our workshop is also extensively equipped for maintenance, repairs and modifications. We service both WorkCycles bicycles and other quality makes and happily perform jobs that ordinary bike shops wouldn't touch. We open and repair internal gear hubs, lace wheels with custom cut spokes in all sizes, weld frames and carriers, repair the wooden boxes of bakfietsen and do functional restorations and upgrades of old bikes. Our workshops were purpose-designed for large cargo bikes and trikes and we welcome them. Please note that we're busy year-round and perform most service on an appointment basis. Calling in advance is thus highly recommended.

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Office: +31 20 522 6000
Workshop: +31 20 522 6001
Fax: +31 20 522 6009


We’re still open and operational as normal, obviously with strong measures to protect the health of both staff and customers.



Opening hours:

Tuesday / Wednesday / Friday: 9:00 - 18:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 17:00
Closed on Monday, Thursday and Sunday.

Official info:
Chamber of Commerce: 3418 6218
VAT:  NL 819570473 B01

WorkCycles in the Jordaan
Lijnbaansgracht 32B-Hs
(on the corner of the Goudsbloemstraat)
1015 GP Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Our huge and beautiful Lijnbaansgracht store is in the middle of the cozy, historic Jordaan neighborhood in central Amsterdam. In addition to our new bikes we also have a fair number of interesting antique bikes here. Customers regularly tell us it's the coolest transportation bike shop in the Universe and well worth a visit.


It's around the corner from the Lindenmarkt, just a couple blocks from the Noordermarkt and walking distance from Amsterdam Central Station (on a nice day). Your can drive here but finding a parking spot might be difficult. Cycling, walking or public transport are recommended.