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    Our showroom offers a comprehensive range of services, from technical advice to sizing assistance to ensure that every element of your bicycle is truly bespoke and made to fit your cycling needs.

    Located within walking distance of three major train stations and Birmingham’s main shopping and business districts, Mailbox is easy to find whether you’re travelling by car, bus, rail, on foot or by bicycle!

  • Opening Hours

    Our Birmingham showroom is now open for visitors.

    • Monday: 10am - 6pm
    • Tuesday: 10am - 6pm
    • Wednesday: 10am - 6pm
    • Thursday: 10am - 6pm
    • Friday: 10am - 6pm
    • Saturday: 10am - 6pm
    • Sunday: 11am - 5pm

    Phone: 0121 5170762

    Services Available

    • Personal Sizing
    • One to one technical sales advice from our brand experts
    • Interactive BikeBuilder kiosk
    • Instore collection service with comprehensive handover
  • Location & Directions

    Sat Nav Instructions: Enter the postcode B1 1RD or street name “Royal Mail Street” for main access to the Mailbox car park.

    TRAIN Mailbox can be easily accessed via Birmingham’s main train station: Birmingham New Street, the biggest train station in Birmingham with connections to all parts of the UK and serves all train operators including Avanti, Cross Country and London Midland. Other train stations in Birmingham city centre within approximately 10 minute walking distance to the Mailbox include Moor Street, Snow Hill and Five Ways. Moor Street station is located on the East Mall side of Bullring shopping centre, next to Selfridges and provides access for more local services including operators such as London Midlands and Chiltern Railways. Snow Hill station is located on Colmore Circus Queensway just off Colmore Row. Five Ways station is located on Islington Row Middleway, just off Five Ways Island. BUS The nearest bus terminals are located on Navigation Street, Hill Street, Suffolk Street Queensway, Broad Street, Stephenson Street and Corporation Street. For actual bus routes Centro, the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority website provides all public transport information across the region.

    The main entrance is via Royal Mail Street, just off Navigation Street and Suffolk Street Queensway. Other entrances are on Severn Street and Commercial Street. Access from the main shopping High Street is via Navigation Street / Stephenson Street. If you are coming from Broad Street the nearest route is via Gas Street, dropping down on to the canal towpath until you reach The Cube and Mailbox adjacent.

  • Unit 47-49, Wharfside Street, Level 2 The Mailbox, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 1RE, United Kingdom

    Perfectly positioned in the heart of the city centre, Mailbox is just a stone’s throw away from Birmingham New Street, which boasts excellent transport links.