Workshop Price List

No Job Too Small

Often, your bike might not need a service, just some specific repairs or adjustments – say, new pedals and a front brake adjustment.

We’re happy to do small jobs – you don’t need to pay for a general service if your bike doesn’t need one.

It might sound obvious, but sometimes shops don’t make it very clear!

Prices

All prices are based on our hourly rate of £40

General Service £35

Includes:

  • Adjustment of everything adjustable –
    • Brakes
    • Gears
    • Headset
    • Hub bearings
  • Wheels trued
  • All fixings and fasteners checked and tightened
  • Chain lubed
  • Tyres pressured
  • Fitting of cables and/or brake pads if required

Advanced Service £55

As above, plus:

  • All drive-train components:
    • Removed
    • De-greased
    • Refitted
  • As required fitting of replacement:
    • Cables
    • Brake pads
    • Drive-train components
  • Bike cleaned thoroughly

Damn Good Service £100

Your bike stripped and rebuilt.

  • Drive-train de-greased
  • All four bearings repacked
  • Brake and gear cables replaced
  • No extra cost for fitting of parts

Wheel-building £40 per wheel, plus spokes

Puncture repair £10 including new inner tube

All other repairs are charged at our hourly rate, with a £5 minimum charge.


When to get a service?

If you use your bike most days, it’s a good idea to have a service once in a while, to help catch worn and improperly adjusted parts before they do any expensive damage.

An Advanced Service once a year and a Damn Good service every couple of years is about right for most people – if you ride a lot (maybe to Bath and back every day) then you might want to have a General Service every 6 months or so to keep on top of it – those miles add up!

Tyre pumpin’ and chain oilin’ is, and ever will be, free of charge.