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BICYCLE SERVICING 

At HUB, we're really into our bike servicing. Every member of staff in our shop rides a bike so we know how important it is to deliver a service that is reliable and also makes your commute to work or weekend ride more enjoyable. From puncture repairs, to pro wheel builds, to full strip downs and rebuilds, we can handle most repairs in store and can even offer a same day turn around. We offer a wide variety of servicing, but if you're unsure of what your bike might need, we've put our Full Service options into an easy to read table.

 

Once you've decided on what service you might need, or if you'd like us to check the bike over, feel free to pop by and see us. A check over and quotation is free of charge and can usually be done on the spot while you wait. From there, if you're happy with our quote, we can then book your bike in on a day that best suits you. Equally, you can always book your bike in over the phone or email. We'd love to hear from you, so get in touch at info@hublondon.co.uk or on 0208 969 2999

Please note that the summer months are really busy for us so please call a head to check for availability as we can't always store your bike leading up to its service or repair.

"You and your bike are unique...and so is our bike servicing. We assess each bike individually and can tailor a bike service to suit you and your budget." 

 

"I LOVE this shop, the staff are amazeballs. Always willing to go the extra mile." - Joe Q.

 

"Quality advice, quality service. No bullsh*t. Just brilliant." - Peter D.

 

"Dog's bo**ocks - great service, very friendly, most importantly know their stuff!" - Martin G.

 

"Very knowledgeable staff and very straightforward and friendly. All with a passion for bicycles. Go there!" -  Kevin S.

SERVICING PRICE LISTS


We are usually pretty accurate with our quotations, however if any further work needs to be done and is spotted while we are servicing, we will always get in touch with you to let you know and discuss the repair with you. Our servicing prices are listed below, however these are just guidelines, we're happy to tailor a service that suits you and your bike, so please feel free to pop in and we can spend some time letting you know what sort of servicing your bike needs.

(All of our servicing includes the cost of lubricants and cleaning products, and excludes the costs of parts)

SAFETY CHECK & TUNE: £29.99

 

Ideal for bikes which havn't done many miles or have been sitting over the winter period.

 

  • Bike assessed
  • Frame and forks wiped down and checked
  • Tyres checked for wear and pumped
  • All bolts tightened to the correct torque setting
  • Chain checked and lubed

 

 

STAGE ONE SERVICE: £49.99

 

Ideal as a mid year service for the daily commuter or for the fair weather cyclist who's bike is in need of some TLC, our Stage One is perfect for pampering your bike without breaking the bank.

 

  • Bike assessed
  • Frame and forks wiped down and checked
  • Tyres checked for wear and pumped
  • All bolts tightened to the correct torque setting
  • Chain checked and lubed
  • Wheels tensioned in frame
  • Drivechain degreased and relubed

 

 

STAGE TWO SERVICE: £99.99

 

If you commute most days and average around 50 plus miles a week, you should be treating your bike to a Stage 2 Service once a year. Equally this is perfect if you've recently done a big ride or race and your bike needs an overhaul.

 

  • Bike assessed
  • Bike is stripped down to the frame and forks
  • Frame and forks cleaned down and checked
  • Tyres checked for wear and pumped
  • All cables stripped, changed or relubed
  • All bolts tightened to the correct torque setting
  • Brakes stripped, cleaned and fully serviced
  • Gear system cleaned and fully serviced
  • Bottom brakcet removed, checked and greased
  • Chain checked and lubed
  • Wheels removed, cleaned and tensioned
  • Drivechain degreased and relubed

 

 

STAGE THREE SERVICE: £149.99

 

Our Stage 3 service is ideal for bikes that have been put through a long or hard ride and need complete stripping and rebuilding along with new components. This is not always a necessity but can work out to be beneficial and more cost effective if you have issues with your hubs and headset. 

 

  • Bike assessed
  • Bike is stripped down to the frame and forks
  • Frame and forks cleaned down and checked
  • Tyres checked for wear and pumped
  • All cables stripped, changed or relubed
  • All bolts tightened to the correct torque setting
  • Brakes stripped, cleaned and fully serviced
  • Gear system cleaned and fully serviced
  • Bottom bracket removed, checked and greased
  • Chain checked and lubed
  • Wheels removed, cleaned and tensioned
  • Drivechain degreased and relubed
  • Headset removed and fully serviced
  • Hubs stripped, cleaned and fully serviced

 

 

INDIVIDUAL & STAND ALONE JOBS

(All prices exclude parts)

 

  • Puncture Repairs: £10
  • Puncture Repair on an Internal/Enclosed Hub: £20 
  • Hub Servicing: £20 per hub
  • Disc Brake Bleeding: £25 per brake
  • Brake Service: £10-£15 per brake
  • Gear Service: £15-£25
  • Headset Service: £25
  • Bottom Bracket Service: £25
  • Wheel True: £15-£20 

Whether it's rebuilding your existing wheel set or building you a brand new set, we're ready to get you rolling. Our mechanics are expert wheel builders and are on hand to help you choose the best parts for your new wheels. We primarily use DT Swiss and Sapim spokes and have access to a wide range of hubs and rims such as; Mavic, Ryde, Halo, Ambrosio, H Plus Son, Hope and Shimano, to name just a few. Labour costs for wheel building is £40 per wheel. 

Internal hub gears? Not a problem. Shimano, SRAM, Rohloff, Sturmey Archer; we carry spare parts for all major hub brands. We can fully strip and service your internal hub and get you back on the road in no time. We reccommend getting a hub service once a year in order to keep it running smoothly. You'll find internal hub gears on most Dutch style bikes which we can also fully service on site. 

If you own a Brompton and are stuggling to find a good shop to take it to, to be repaired, look no further. Our mechanics have been servicing Bromptons for over 20 years so have a fantastic knowldege of older models. We don't always stock Brompton parts as we usually order them specifically for repairs, so if your bike is in need of a service please feel free to pop it in for an initial quote. From there you're welcome to leave the bike with us while we order the parts or you can take it away and bring it back when suits you. Most parts take around 2-3 days to order in so you won't be without your bike for too long.

You've spotted a crack in your frame...it's the end of the world! Don't worry, there may be something that can be done! We deal with some of the best frame repairers in the biz, so if you have a damaged frame, feel free to send some photos through or bring your bike in for a check over. We usually deal with Argos Cycles and Carbon Bike Repair when it comes to repairing steel, alloy and carbon frames. They also offer a colour match service so the repair is less noticable. Before the frame is sent off to them, we offer a full strip down and rebuild service and can even keep all your components here while the frame is being repaired. While we rebuild the bike we can also replace any parts that need to be changed and service the bike for you.

Ideal as a mid year service for the daily commuter or for the fair weather cyclist who's bike is in need of some TLC, our Stage One is perfect for pampering your bike without breaking the bank. 

If you commute most days and average around 50 plus miles a week, you should be treating your bike to a Stage 2 Service once a year. Equally this is perfect if you've recently done a big ride or race and your bike needs an overhaul.

Our Stage 3 service is ideal for bikes that have been put through a long or hard ride and need complete stripping and rebuilding along with new components. This is not always a necessity but can work out to be beneficial and more cost effective if you have issues with your hubs and headset.