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Our mechanics are highly qualified, and lovely chaps. Together they've fixed thousands of bikes and they ensure that every bike we sell is in tip top condition.

As well as fixing our second hand bikes and running corporate servicing days, Ed and Stu teach basic bike maintenance skills to volunteers and refugees at our Thursday evening workshop.

Stu

Stu started fixing bikes when he was 15, and it wasn’t long before he was managing the maintenance of over 2,000 hire bikes in a holiday village. Since completing his Cytech Lvl 2 Cycle maintenance qualification he’s worked with large bike retailers, small bike cafes and high-end independent bike shops. He’s helped out at a number of Dr Bike community events and runs his own private repairs business "Hackney Bike Repairs". We asked Stu what he likes about fixing bikes:

The pleasure in my work comes from the reaction you get when you get a persons tired but much loved old bike fully serviced and working like new.

Whether it’s fixing up a professional race bike or restoring a classic vintage Italian road bike Stu has done it. And he loves it. And he’s looking forward to meeting your bike.

Ed

Stu started fixing bikes when he was 15, and it wasn’t long before he was managing the maintenance of over 2,000 hire bikes in a holiday village. Since completing his Cytech Lvl 2 Cycle maintenance qualification he’s worked with large bike retailers, small bike cafes and high-end independent bike shops. He’s helped out at a number of Dr Bike community events and runs his own private repairs business "Hackney Bike Repairs". We asked Stu what he likes about fixing bikes:

The pleasure in my work comes from the reaction you get when you get a persons tired but much loved old bike fully serviced and working like new.

Whether it’s fixing up a professional race bike or restoring a classic vintage Italian road bike Stu has done it. And he loves it. And he’s looking forward to meeting your bike.