Our fully equipped workshop can perform almost any maintenance task on your bike from changing an inner tube to a full strip down and rebuild.

All work has to be booked in advance to ensure it receives the attention it deserves.

New workshop pricing will be avaiable soon, in the meantime if you have any questions or queries then please call us on 020 8288 9909 and we'll be happy to help

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  • Full visual inspection of bike
  • Tuning and adjustment of gears
  • Check and align derraileur hanger
  • Tuning and adjustment of brakes
  • Inspect brake pads for wear
  • External lubrication of cables
  • Wipe clean and lubrication of chain
  • Inspection and inflation of tyres to correct pressure
  • Check all fixings are at correct torque
  • Full visual inspection of the bike
  • Strip and degrease drivetrain
  • Check spoke tension, true and adjust as needed
  • Strip gear and brake cables, trim outers to correct length and lubricate
  • Tune and adjust gears
  • Check and align derraileur hanger
  • Tune and adjust brakes
  • Inspect brake pads for wear
  • Inspection and inflation of tyres to correct pressure
  • Check all fixings are at correct torque

  • Maintenance Videos

    Here are some short maintenance videos which will help you enjoy cycling and possibly save you money on repairs in the future.

    Repair a Puncture

    A short film detailing how to repair a puncture using a classic puncture repair kit

    Valves and Types

    This next clip will help you understand which type of valve you have on your bicycle and how to operate it correctly

    Quick Release Skewers

    This video could save your life, or at least keep you on your bike. Incorrectly used quick release levers can result in the wheel coming out of your bike whilst it’s being ridden, watch this video to ensure you are using yours properly.

    Essential Tools

    Every cyclist should carry some basic tools on a ride to ensure they can get home safely; this video details what are considered essential tools for a ride.

    Washing and Lubing

    And finally if you want to save money on repairs and servicing it is vital that you wash and lube your bike regularly, this video shows how it can be done quickly and easily with some specialist tools, however an old toothbrush a sponge and a washing up brush will do the job almost as well but take a little longer.
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