Due to heavy rainfall the gardens are closed & will reopen on Wed 6 March. Shops & Cafes remain open daily.


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At Giant Lincoln Station, we love cycling and we want you to enjoy it just as much as we do. Lincoln is an increasingly cycling-friendly city with a growing network of dedicated cycle paths, a wealth of riding roads and even a few hidden gems for mountain bikers.

Giant Lincoln Station is situated just off the High Street on St Mary’s Street, near to Lincoln railway station in the city centre.

We’re happy to chat about all things cycling and help you choose the perfect bike or cycling gear whether you’re an absolute beginner, a year-round commuter or contemplating a round-the-world bike-packing adventure.

We stock a small range of electric, road and commuter bikes and we have a fully equipped workshop.

If you can’t find your perfect bike at our Lincoln Station Store then pop over to our sister store, Giant Store Lincoln, at Doddington Hall. With examples of almost the entire range of Giant bikes on display, parts, accessories and even an in-store Coffee Shop, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for.

The two stores can even be visited in conjunction with a trial of one of our demo bikes via the  Sustrans Route 64 and beautiful Georgie Twigg Track.


Lincoln Cycle Hub is situated right next door to our store. It provides safe storage for 198 bikes as well as toilet and changing facilities, making it easier than ever for people to combine the benefits of cycling with train travel. It’s only £10 for a key fob for life to the secure compound available to purchase from the train station ticket office.

We’re on hand if your bike is in need of any servicing, repairs or upgrades and we can book your bike in whilst in storage.


For a serene road riding experience try the Georgie Twigg Track. This recently constructed, perfect ribbon of tarmac winds through the fields with some lovely sweeping bends.

The track is entirely off-road, so you can spin effortlessly through the countryside and even go further as the track links Doddington Hall with the National Cycle Network Route 64. Getting between Doddington and the centre of Lincoln could not be easier.

The Georgie Twigg Track starts at Kennel Lane, just over the road from the Hall. 


Lincolnshire is a wonderfully diverse county to explore by bike and this route will allow you to experience many different aspects of it, treating you to some of the best sights and experiences it has to offer. Based predominantly in Lincoln, you’ll be able to explore this ancient city in all its glory whilst also venturing further afield to take in the contrasting and captivating countryside that surrounds it.