Cycle Hubs in the community – for the community

We offer cycle repair services, maintenance courses and cycle training. We also accept your old bikes (the ones that have been cluttering up your garden shed for years!) and recycle them, salvaging what we can; in turn, we also sell affordable reconditioned bikes and bike parts.

We’re here to help you with advice and information about cycling and bikes, including local cycle routes and maps, news about locally led rides and cycling opportunities and advice on bike parts and maintenance.

What’s on?

We generally run kids training courses in school holidays – check out our training pages to book for Bikeability or Learn2Ride.

The fantastic Mini Town is open for kids up to the age of 12 to practice their road skills.

There are frequent free volunteer-led rides for all levels of ability setting off from the Cycle Hubs, in association with British Cycling. Check out the Let’s Ride website for them and others.

We are serving our community

Restrictions are fully lifted, which means we can serve customers and help our community with both Cycle Hubs fully open and serving customers in person. We appreciate visitors wearing masks where they like to, and if you prefer it, we have the capabilities to serve you outside.

Customers are not allowed into the workshop area unless told otherwise for safety reasons.


Please book your service or repair in advance, and we will be happy to help to keep you on the road.