Cycle repairs | Workshops | Second hand | Home pick up

Workshop price list

Workshop price list

Espresso Service – £30
Full Cycling Ireland safety and maintenance check
Adjust brakes
Adjust gears
Check tyres and inflate
Basic clean drivetrain
Check bolts are correct tightness
Wipe down frame
Advice on good maintenance

Americano Service – £60
Your Espresso plus,
Service hubs or headset
True wheels, front and rear
Degrease, clean, lube drivetrain

Cappuccino Service – £80
Your Americano plus,
Service hubs or headset
Service bottom bracket

Mochachococcino Service – £140
Strip the bike to bare frame, service, regrease, rebuild. Includes new cables, brake shoes, cable housing.

Extra shots – Get 10% off when part of a service
Adjust gears – £5
Adjust brakes – £5
Install rim brake shoes (per wheel, inc.) – £10
Install disc brake shoes (per wheel, not inc.) – £15
Install brake or gear cable (inc.) – £8
Install brake or gear cable, internal cabling (inc.) – £12
Replace inner tube (inc.) – £10
Service bottom bracket – £20
Install new bottom bracket – £15
Service hub (per wheel) – £10
Service headset – £20
Install gear shifter – £10
Install brake lever – £10
Install integrated gear/brake – £20
Fit tyre (per wheel) – £8
Fit lights/rack/child seat – £5 to £10
True wheel (per wheel, on bike) – £8
Install bar tape/grips (inc.) – £15
Install chain – £8
Install cassette – £10
Install chainset – £20
Install front mechanism – £12
Install rear mechanism – £12
Clean and adjust disc brake shoes, with removal, clean and refit of rotor (per wheel) – £15
Degrease, clean, lube drivetrain – £15 to £25 (depending on condition)
Fault finding* – Up to £20
Full bike and wheel clean, including removal of parts, degrease, clean and lube – £60

Parts not included except where marked ‘inc.’
Good value pre-loved parts may also be available.

*Most faults on bikes are easy to spot and fix. With my experience and specific tools, even complex issues can be identified and corrected. However, sometimes the real problem can be so elusive I need to charge a little extra time to track down and correct it. Most bike shops will charge you for fault finding without telling you. I prefer to be more transparent.

I’ll let you know when this is going to happen: it involves a strict process of identifying part numbers, swapping out parts and test riding to isolate the exact fault, consulting talk boards and other forums, talking to manufacturers, suppliers and other mechanics. Hopefully, this tried and tested technique will end up solving the problem. But it may result in a delay your bike service. Thanks for your understanding.

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Just ask!