Random Acts of Kindness Gifts at the Carnaby Bike Hub

From Monday 14th September, Carnaby’s shops and restaurants are offering ‘random acts of kindness’ prizes. Bike Hub users could find a randomly placed gift tag on their bike, which lets them know they are a winner and how to claim their prize.

Park your bike at the free Carnaby Bike Hub located at 57 Carnaby Street, and be in with a chance of winning prizes from a selection of over 20 of the area’s brands and restaurants.

Win gift vouchers, grooming sets, razors and brushes from MÜHLE, free classes at triyoga, goodie bags from Sweaty Betty and MAC, flip flops from Havaianas, products from Pixi, products and a free cut at Johnny’s Chop Shop, tote bags from A.P.C, water bottles from Levi’s and an exclusive discount off a pair of glasses at VIU.

Food and drink prizes include free dishes at Dishoom, pizza and drinks for 4 and ‘Pizza in the Post kits’ at Pizza Pilgrims, vermouth and olives for 4 at Tapas Brindisa, burger with drink at Stax, vegan curry at Kolamba, a £30 bar tab at The White Horse Pub, lemon chicken bun at Pitta Bun or a meal for 2 The Good Egg.

Full list at https://www.carnaby.co.uk/bike-hub/

More about the Carnaby Bike Hub

With cycling the new best way to get around town, Carnaby has opened a free bike hub for all at 57 Carnaby Street.

It’s a place where visitors to the West End can park their bikes for free while they work, shop or eat. With an open-door policy and space for 50 bikes in freshly fitted double stacked racks, it’s an inspired answer to bike parking woes in town – and just in time to enjoy the late summer sun.

While the area boasts a 24/7 security team and CCTV, bike riders will still need to lock when they drop, but from 7am-9pm there’s never been a better time to ride, park and roam the streets of London.

The all-new Carnaby Bike Hub is on a first come first served basis, so whether you’re a fixed gear fan or a lover of electric, it’s time to get “on yer bike.”

Samantha Bain-Mollison, Director of Retail at Shaftesbury comments: “We are delighted that more customers are beginning to return to the West End. We have installed the Bike Hub as a way of helping those wanting to travel into town by bike. Visitors to Carnaby can still expect a great experience and the Eat Out To Help Out campaign is certainly helping Carnaby restaurants”.

Follow @CarnabyLondon and visit Carnaby.co.uk for full updates, news and information.

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