We have a wide selection of bikes to choose from, all generously donated.
A few of these are ready to go right away, but most need a bit of care and attention – if you choose a bike, we will ask for deposit and take a few days to check it thoroughly to ensure it is going to be safe and fun to ride.
If you have a bike you want to donate, we can make good use of it!
Some bikes are listed on our Facebook page, but generally we recommend you come in an have a look around.
If you are shopping for a bike for a child, it’s best to bring them in with you; but if that’s not possible we can usually get a good size from an inner leg measurement.
Please note: We currently only accept cash.
We are happy to give you a recommendation or quote for work you need doing on a bike you own.
We can fit parts you bring for around £5 – £10, depending on the complexity.
We do have some parts for sale for you to fix your own bike.
If you are already paying for work on a bike, we can do a free safety check and recommendation of further work on that bike, upon request.
Safety checks on their own, where no additional work is necessary cost a flat fee of £12.
Other prices are as follows:
Brake service (excluding replacement cables, blocks etc) – £12
Gear service (excluding any required replacement parts) – £12
Bottom bracket service – £15( excluding parts) (replacement bottom brackets range from £5 – £20)
Headset service (inc bearings & grease, exc other parts) – £12
Wheel truing – £6 per wheel
Hub servicing – £6 per wheel
Hydraulic brake service (inc fluid, exc other parts) – £20
Not all fitments are straight forward, A new chain ideally would mean a new cassette. New brake blocks or cable may mean servicing the brakes. A new gear cable may mean having to service the gears.
We reserve the right to ask for the full price of the service up front.
Sales and services may be subject to a storage charge of £5 per week if left more than 2 weeks after completion.