Thank you Steve for a really superb job building my new bike for me. I had a vision of what I wanted this bike to be and you turned it into reality! Your service was excellent from initial contact to collecting the finished bike, friendly, knowledgeable, great communication and most importantly the work you did was top notch. I couldn’t have asked for any more, you exceeded my expectations and the price you charged was very reasonable. I will certainly use you again when I need a bike mechanic and I would recommend your service to anyone. Thanks again!

Phil B.

We provide a full range of professional bike maintenance and repair services. Although we're capable of dealing with any type of bike, we've chosen to specialise in serious road, triathlon or touring bikes. Our maintenance workshop is fully equipped to deal with any problem - anything from truing a wheel to a full strip down.

We'd recommend a full strip down and rebuild at least once a year. This will help prevent seized bottom brackets and seat pins. Many bikes have been assembled using the wrong type of grease in the wrong place which results in such seizures. That said, we have successfully extracted seized components from frames where the local bike shop have suggested the bike should be scrapped. A full service will also ensure your brake and gear cable outer casings are renewed which also gives you the chance to renew your bar tape!

We work on an hourly rate but you can see our price guide for common jobs here.

If you rely on your bike to aid your performance in time trails, road races, sportives or long tours then let The Cycle Mechanic take care of it.

We can undertake Shimano Di2 fault finding, re-configuration and firmware updates.


  • Let us service your best bike over winter when you're not using it
  • Likewise, let us service your winter bike in summer when you're not using it!
  • Keep your brake pads and rims clean. Give them a clean after every ride. This will help reduce rim wear. We rebuild a lot of wheels that have perfectly good hubs but worn rims. Happy to do that though!
  • Check your chain with a chain wear guide once a month. Changing your chain at the right time can prevent excessive wear and prolong the life of the rest of your drive train.
  • Keep your drive train clean and lubricated.
  • Don't use a pressure washer or high pressure hose when cleaning your bike. You could end up driving gunge and water into your hubs, bottom bracket and freehub. Use gentle cleaning and rinsing.
  • If you notice a problem with your bike, don't put off getting it fixed. A stitch in time and all that.

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