About Sigma Sport
Sigma Sport has come a long way from its humble beginnings back in 1992. Initially the dream of two inspired individuals, it has evolved into one of the most respected names in road and triathlon retail. Our new flagship store at 37-43 High Street, Hampton Wick is the culmination of a lot of hard work and the pursuit of a vision of what a bike shop should really be. From the outset the goal was to provide a specialist store that offers a great range of products aimed squarely at the triathlete and road rider.
The new store achieves this in an amazing retail space that has to be seen to be believed. No matter whether you are a beginner or elite athlete, Sigma Sport offer the same warm welcome and level of service to all. Our warehouse facility, a couple of miles from the shop in West Molesey, allows us to carry a depth of stock that ensures we have what we need when we need it. A thriving mailorder department, staffed by real people that you can actually talk to, also means that our carefully chosen products can be purchased regardless of your location.
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Sigma Sport's new flagship store is located on the opposite side of the river to the main town centre of Kingston upon Thames in Surrey.
Leave M25 at junction 12, follow the M3 and travel towards London. At junction 1 of the M3 (Sunbury) leave the motorway and turn right at the roundabout (signed to Kingston) taking the A308. Follow the A308 until you reach Hampton Court Palace and then turn left at the roundabout taking the A308, signed to Kingston. Continue on the A308, after approx ¾ of a mile you will come to a set of lights with a roundabout just afterwards. Go straight ahead (Kingston Bridge will be on your right). Sigma Sport is only 200 metres past this roundabout on the left hand side.
We have a customer 'pick up' and 'drop off zone' at the rear of the new store but not far from the shop there are a number of "Pay & Display" parking spaces. On the opposite side of the road to the shop, 100 metres after the roundabout there is a road leading down to the river. Off this there is a small "Pay & Display" car park but waiting is limted to an hour and it only has a limited number of spaces.
Kingston town centre has three large multi-storey car parks plus other parking facilities and these can be easily found by driving over the bridge and following the one way system: the car park signs are clearly visible. It is only a short walk from the town centre back to the shop.
Hampton Wick train station is the closest to the shop. It's a direct journey from London Waterloo with no need to change trains and takes only 20 minutes. Once at Hampton Wick train station it is a short walk of around 3 minutes to the shop. Kingston train station is also pictured on the map. From Kingston station you need to walk through the town centre and then come over Kingston Bridge, this takes 5-10 minutes.Find us on Google+