We’re absolutely delighted to welcome Ryde to our community!
Ryde is a familiar face in the Baltic Triangle and up until now, they’ve been our neighbour – located at Cains Brewery Village. Established in 2016, Ryde combines a passion for great coffee, food and bikes all under one roof and they have become an important part of Liverpool’s growing cycling community.
Ryde’s new space, situated at Northern Lights, spans across 1620 sq/ft and includes a café area and a brand-new workshop for their bike maintenance services. The team at Ryde have brought their rustic, welcoming aesthetic to the space and have truly made it their own. They’ve even acted sustainably and repurposed the wood from their previous building!
“We’re really excited to bring Ryde to Northern Lights! Having moved in about 6 weeks ago, we’ve spent the majority of the time modifying and ryde-ifying the space. Myself and the team are really looking forward to welcoming new and existing customers to the space once restrictions are lifted. In the meantime, we are offering takeout and bike repairs, so come and visit us if you can!”Ian, Owner at Ryde
“We’re over the moon to be welcoming Ryde to our Northern Lights Development. We have a solid relationship with Ian and the team from knowing them over the years and we’ve always loved their coffee and vibe. Given the nature of Northern Lights, it’s so important that we have an operator like Ryde in place who will be able to provide an innovative offering that meets the needs of our artists and makers, as well as the public. The Cafe is the central heart-beat of this creative hub and it’s great to see that Ryde bringing it back to life.”Mark Lawler, Managing Director at Baltic Creative
Ryde (situated at Northern Lights) join our 2 fellow café partners, 92 Degrees Coffee (situated at The Creative Campus) and Chapters of Us (situated at Digital House).
Due to current lockdown restrictions, Ryde are open for Take-away coffee 9am – 3pm and you can arrange bike repairs (appointment only) by emailing [email protected] or by contacting them via social media.