While we're grateful to have a recent surge in business it impacts our turn around times. Our lead time for repairs and wheel builds is more than 14 days. We are available for drop in "small fixes" on Monday morning and Thursday evening.
We are committed to taking care of your health. We also have great concern for the most vulnerable people in our community that are at risk of contracting disease. That means we are taking precautions to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Please consider the following if you plan to visit our workshop:
Start with a phone call or email – this will limit the amount of time you need to spend at our workshop.
Please DO NOT visit if you or someone you have contact with is sick.
All visitors will be asked to wash and disinfect their hands upon entering the workshop.
Please keep a healthy distance (at least 1.5m) – sorry no handshakes, fist pumps, or high 5s.
Please limit what you touch – wheels, components, accessories, and other surfaces.
Payments by BPay or Bank Deposit are our preferred payment methods. We ask for no cash payments.
All wheels coming in for service or repair will be cleaned with an alcohol-based solution before and after repair.
If you are bringing children to visit, we expect them to follow the above guidelines.
Riding a bike is good for your physical and mental health, and we want everyone to keep doing it. For now, we will remain open and continue to refine our approach as required.
This September will see a return to our springtime Thursday night technical workshop series. Whether you’re a D.IY. home mechanic or simply want to have a better understanding of your equipment, these workshops are not to be missed.
This workshop provides an overview of hub servicing for those interested in taking their bike maintenance to the next level. Participants will gain an understanding of the three different types of bicycle hub designs (cup and cone, slip-through axle, shouldered axle hub), as well as the general understanding of processes and tools required for bearing replacement and preventative maintenance. FULLY BOOKED
The workshop covers the basics of wheel truing for home mechanics. It covers the fundamentals of wheel truing including radial and lateral truing, dishing, and balancing spoke tension. It will also cover some of things you might need to get out of a jam with a road-side wheel repair or emergency spoke replacement. FULLY BOOKED
Workshop 3: Setting up tubeless, Thursday 27 September, 6-8pm
Love them, hate them? Not sure? Setting up tubeless wheels can be a consuming and messy job. This workshop will cover some key tips and tricks we use to make setting up tubeless easy the first time. PLACES STILL AVAILABLE