Have now also visited it along with a friend who used to ride with DP. It was a Sunday morning and quite a few DP'ers were trotting in after their Sunday morning ride. It is a bit sterile but we chatted with the young woman there (they have some links with Brixton Cycles) and they have lots of plans, but obviously it's early days so they are not going to be overstuffing themselves with stock. The coffee was excellent and the cake was good, so that's probably a good start. I wish them luck, as they seem a nice bunch, and I have been thinking for a long while that we need a good cycle cafe in SE London. I'm not sure about the site though. The building is grotty, and while it's good for hauling in club cyclists, I would think a position where you might catch a good deal of commute and utility cycling traffic would be better. Not many of those at the top of one of South London's steepest hills. That's surely one of the reasons LMNH and Lock 7 are successful. Their position. But I hope the Cadence lot make a go of it.