*As an essential repair service operating with strict covid-safe measures, our Repair Workshop will be staying OPEN during lockdown.*
This is for all you folks out there who prefer to spend time riding rather than repairing your bike. We really care about keeping everyone cycling AND we love working on bikes – so we thought we’d combine the two: Repair Sessions! Every Tuesday and Friday, you can bring your bike to our friendly mechanics and we will assess and fix it for you.
How it works:
We open our doors on Fridays and Tuesdays from 9am until 5pm.
If your bike needs work which will go beyond what can be done in a day, we won’t be able to take it on, but you can always bring it to our drop-in DIY workshops.
What we offer:
When you arrive we will give your bike a brief safety check and assess & agree repairs to be done. We offer 3 levels of bike service, all of which will get your bike running safely and smoothly. All parts of the bike are linked, so we think it’s better to do a full service rather than ‘just fix the gears’. For those who don’t want or need a full service though, we can do most bike repair jobs.
We don’t usually take bookings in advance, so feel free to drop your bike off when it suits you (the earlier the better). However, if you want a full service or a big/odd job (e.g., packing a bike into a box for travel, work on a tandem/trike, work on hydraulic disc brakes, etc.), it’d probably be best to contact us in advance so we can fit you in. If you have questions please contact us by email or phone. All repairs are done by experienced (and very friendly) mechanics and all bikes are test ridden before they are returned to you.
What’s the cost?
Our prices reflect the skill level of our mechanics and the care with which they do their work. Below is a rough idea of our labour charges (parts are not included in these prices):
|Bearing service (hubs, headsets or bottom brackets)||£25|
Every penny you spend on repairing your beautiful bike will go directly to supporting our work to grow the cycling movement!