Workshop

Central London Performance bike servicing & repairs

Central London's finest bicycle workshop will keep your bike running smoothly and safely.

Barna has been with Cyclefit for nine years and is an expert at Shimano Di2 and SRAM AXS eTap gears, hydraulic disc brakes and problem solving powermeter issues. An excellent wheel builder and very pragmatic.

He has assembled all the bicycles in our Custom Bike Gallery.

Bike Service Tariff

General Service £75.00

This service is recommended every three to six months and will keep your bike in good working order and flag any future mechanical issues.

Your bike is checked for wear and tear and damage. The bike is cleaned and lubricated.

Gears and drivetrain cleaned and tuned in-situ.

Gears adjusted and checked for wear.

Shimano Di2 battery charged

Brakes adjusted and pads and rims/rotors checked.

Tyres inflated and checked for cuts and wear.

Pedal cleats checked for wear and replaced if required.

New components replaced if required.

The bike will be measured pre-service and position checked against your Cyclefit document and the correct position applied after re-assembly.

Annual Service £150.00

This service is recommended every 12 months to keep your bike running forever.

Your bike is checked for wear and tear and damage. The bike is cleaned and lubricated.

The drivetrain (Chain, front and rear derailleur and chainset) is removed and cleaned and the gears tuned.

Chain and cassette are replaced if they are worn.

Bottom bracket, headset and wheel bearings removed checked and lubed.

Shimano Di2 battery charged, Di2 diagnostic check, software updated.

Disc rotors cleaned and disc pads replaced if needed.

Rim brake pads checked and brakes adjusted

Tyres inflated and checked for cuts and wear

Pedal cleats checked for wear and replaced if required.

New components replaced if required.

The bike will be measured pre-service and position checked against your Cyclefit document and correct position applied after re-assembly.

£75.00 Hourly Rate

Additional Services - price guide

  • Wheel Truing - £30.00
  • Wheel Building - £55.00
  • Puncture Repair - £10.00 plus inner tube
  • Tyre fitting - £15.00
  • Gear Tuning - £15.00
  • Brake Adjustment - £15.00
  • Bike Set-to-Size - £20.00
  • Shimano Di2, Campagnolo EPS and SRAM Red trouble shooting - Charged pro rata
  • Disc brake cleaning, bleeding and adjustment - £45.00
  • Powermeter set-up and trouble shooting - £30.00
  • Bike boxing: £30.00
  • Bike un-boxing and set to size £30.00

Please call to make a Booking (020 7430 0083) or bring your bike in to us.

What our clients say

  • "Hey Julian and Phil, I hope you are both well. I just completed a 21 hour week on my new 165mm cranks and I am in love. They feel so so great! Thank you for all your help. I’ve never felt so comfortable on my bike before. All the best, Hannah"

    Hannah Barnes

    National Champion / Professional Bike Rider

  • "Thanks very much Phil. Did an 80 mile sportive yesterday on the road bike - perfect set up thanks; I've never been so comfortable, and no after effects! Cheers, Ian "

    Ian T.

    Time-Triallist (70+)

  • "A very thorough, professional and personal service. I was keen to analyse my bike position after breaking my hip. The custom footbeds and alterations to my position feel really good, just wish I’d come sooner! Many thanks"

    TD

    Endurance MTB rider

  • "Rode my standard Box Hill loop this morning with the temp shims and more thought to position. Felt more connected and compact on the bike. Fastest ride of the year, picked up close to a km/per hour despite crappy wet pot holed roads, a ton of traffic and a couple of nights out Thu/Fri."

    Matt H

    Seven Evergreen SL

  • "The personal service from both Phil and Julian is second to none. They have such a wealth of experience in fitting that they can almost tell at a glance if something is just a little off. It felt as though it didn't matter how long it took to get the best position possible - even for an amateur cyclist like myself. Can't recommend them enough."

    Susan

    Cyclist