Unit 34 Station Road Workshops Station Road, Bristol BS15 4PJ, UK – 0117 327 0079
Great service! Trusted my bike in the hands of Greg and I wasn't disappointed. I have recently moved to the area and so spent a bit of time researching the different local bike shops and chose Bomber as it seemed the owner had a real passion for cycling and could deliver a good service. My bike honestly feels better than when I bought it, so thank you very much. I will be returning for my regular service and for any work required in the future.
Thoroughly recommend this place. Run by someone that clearly knows their stuff. Excellent service and fair pricing.
62 High St, Bristol BS15 3DR, UK – 0117 935 2042
Whether your bike is worth less than a hundred pounds or multiples of thousands of pounds one fact unites us all and that is looking after it and servicing it is far cheaper than ignoring a problem or suspicious noise. When you get to the limit of your maintenance experience and knowledge you need someone you can trust to talk to to find out what’s wrong and come up with a plan of action to fix the problem so that costs don’t keeping mounting and further damage or unnecessary wear is avoided. You want connection with that person so that you can talk things over even if you don’t have the vocabulary and your lack of knowledge is self-evident. You also want the piece of mind that if you suggest something that could incur unnecessary cost you will get the right solution at the right price and never the one at that higher price even if it could be justified. The icing on the cake is the small things that go beyond what you expected. It’s also important for peace of mind that before you leave your bike you know how much everything is going to cost and if another problem is found you’re told and can decide whether the work should be done knowing how much it will be. In the last few weeks I’ve had a broken spoke and bent wheel, my Ortlieb pannier clip needed replacing after being knocked off my bike, my pedal crank bearings were worn and my disc brake was clicking so I went into John Woods Cycle Repair Centre in Hanham and everything above is what I got from Mat and his team. I’ve had a lot of experience of bike shops over the years and they are one of the best.
My local bike shop but wouldn't go elsewhere even if I moved. The guys are all really helpful and give great services. You won't get any "cheap" bikes or services here, if you're looking for that, but you get what you pay for with bicycles and I was very happy with my bike and will carry on coming here for services, parts and accessories.
5 Staple Hill Rd, Bristol BS16 5AA, UK – 0117 939 2746
I often find in bike shops that they have an air of snootiness against those who don’t know much about bikes. This place is nothing like that. They are friendly and down to earth. The service was good too.
Very friendly, very helpful and a very reasonable price! I took my bike in as the gears kept skipping and the chain was rubbing against the derailleur. I dropped the bike off at 9am and by 10.30am it was sorted. I went to pick the bike up and Phil explained to me exactly what was wrong with it and how he had fixed it, he also showed me a part of how the bikes gears worked as well. I cannot recommend highly enough.
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