£75 plus parts

Collect & Return just £14 Extra

'The Works' is great for bikes that are ridden long and/or hard, bikes that are technically challenging due to design (or folly), nice bikes that are need reviving, and bikes that are so good that they deserve the very best. Sometimes "The Works" will be required to investigate things like intermittent creaks as a thorough service will rule out many of the causes, leaving some extra time to investigate, and test, other possible culprits.

Basically, ' The Works' is all the love and attention included within 'The Service', but with additional time allocated for extra tasks; tricky, time consuming, components or investigations; or deep cleaning​ and lubrication.

The types of tasks included are listed below, but will not all be required on your bike. An example maybe that I serviced your headset last time, but this time you'd like your brakes fully bled. I'm not one for sucking in some air and saying 'brake bleeds aren't included' - I will just carry out the work that needs doing and keep your bill as low as I can.

Another example maybe that your bike has been put through its paces (or terribly neglected in a leaky shed), and loads of the available options are required to get the thing up and running again. In this case, and before you've spent any money, I will tot it all up for you and recommend a more appropriate service or repair package instead.

Examples of things your bike may need doing, and that I can include several of within the service price (but not all of them Mr Greedy!!) include:


Fitting of new tubed tyres.

Replacement of tubeless tyres.

Truing a wheel or two.

Replacing externally routed gear or brake cable inners.

Performing a simple or full brake bleeds

Replacing a cassette or crankset.

Replacing headset bearings

Servicing wheel hubs.

Fitting new pedals or saddle.

Replacing bar grips or tape.

Straightening or replacing derailleur hanger.

Replacing derailleur or jockey wheels.

Replacing bottom bracket bearings.

Replacing bar tape.

Replacing wheel bearings.

If your bike requires a whole load of the above jobs, then it would be a case of just having 'The Big Chat' to work out the most cost effective way of carrying them all out.

I include a visual safety check because it's the right thing to do for a fellow cyclist. This includes frame, tyres, brake system, drivetrain, critical fastenings such as wheel and stem/bar bolts, bar tape/grips/ends, wheel rims/spokes/hubs.

*Some bikes have hoses and cables routed through the headset and bearings. To access to service and replace the bearings can involve a full day in the workshop, and even new hydraulic hoses and bleeds. This will incur additional charge due to the sheer time that they take. Sorry.