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You've heard about the quality of our repair work? Great! Thanks for checking in. Our workshop is often booked up several weeks in advance, so please call the store to book your bike in, or use the form below (and we will get back to you with the next available slot).

- SERVICE: from £95

Our service prices are inclusive of VAT and relate to labour only. Prices are quoted as ‘from’ because any work required that is not covered by the service may be chargeable in addition. A full quote will be provided before proceeding with any work, so you are always informed and in control.


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Q) How long will the service take?
A) Turnaround time is usually around 3 days which gives us time to assess the job, call you with a quote, agree the work, order parts if required, and complete the job. This timescale may be extended for more complex jobs or where parts are in short supply, but we will explain this as required at the time of our initial quotation. If you are under real time pressure to get your bike back, please let us know, we will of course do everything we can to work with you and meet your requirements.

Q) Why should I have my bike serviced?
A) Periodic servicing is critical for the long term performance and safety of your bike. We encourage ‘pre emptive’ servicing because it will hugely decrease the likelihood of those unexpected mechanical failures which, let’s face it, always occur on your last ride before that huge challenge you’ve been training for over the last 6 months – and always at peak times when we are too heavily booked to sort it out quickly for you. Servicing helps highlight developing problems and can ensure issues are corrected before they become more expensive to resolve. Post-service, your bike will be operate more precisely, be quieter, more efficient, and safe.

Q) What work is included in the service?
A) The answer to this is lengthy and depends on the type of bike, but the key points to note are that we perform a full inspection of the entire bike before proceeding. This allows us to identify any parts that may be required and investigate any specific issues you have raised. The subsequent service is comprehensive and covers inspection, report and adjustment to all key areas. All completed work is documented and sent on to you for your records. If you have any questions as to whether a specific issue will included in the service, just ask us the question, we'll be happy to explain.

Q) What if I decide not to go ahead after the bike has been reviewed and quoted?
A) No problem. In most cases we will charge a ‘stand fee’ of £25 to cover our mechanic’s time spent reviewing the bike and discussing the job with you.


Our workshop manager and fully qualified mechanic is Andy Brown the new Owner/Manager of Stirling Cycles. Andy is Cytech qualified with over 5 years experience in all types of servicing and bike repair with a specialty in working with high end bikes. We have a state of the art bike workshop supporting Bosch, Shimano, Campagnola, EPS and all SRAM systems. Direct access to support from the technical/warranty centers for these brands as required. Stirling Cycles is a center of excellence for e-bikes, e-MTB, MTB and Road bike servicing and repairs.

We have a culture of continuous professional development. Our team undertakes to remain up to date with industry developments, completing further training as required.

We demonstrate pride in the job, every time. We are very proud of the excellent reputation we have developed and we work hard to ensure you are delighted with your experience when you use Stirling Cycles. We are transparent about everything that we do in the workshop and you will find us to be friendly, approachable and easy to work with.


We offer various ‘stand alone’ repairs and the guideline prices for the most common of these are listed below. The list is not exhaustive. Prices vary depending on the type of system and the issues identified. We will not proceed without first calling you with an explanation of intended work, and estimated cost.

- Drivetrain review and gear set up from £38
- Brake review and set up from £34 (pair) £21 (single)
- Tubeless set up per wheel from £25
- Puncture repair per tyre from £14

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