Repairs and servicing
If you’re not confident working on your own bike, or just don’t want to (we totally understand, no judgment here!) Frome Community Bike Project offer a range of service options performed by our qualified mechanics. Pick from one of the below options, and give Alex a call on 07968 628700 or an email to email@example.com
Tier 1 bike service
A tier one service covers: – Checking and adjusting brakes – Setting up gears so they shift smoothly – Tyres inspected and inflated if needed – Checking wheels for any damage and light truing – Bolts checked and tightened if needed – Frame and forks checked over for any damage. It excludes any parts that are needed, and any larger issues found will need to be booked in with us.
Tier 2 bike service
A tier two service includes everything in a tier one service plus: – Taking apart the drivetrain, cleaning and reassembling it – Checking and adjusting (if needed) the headset – Hubs checked and adjusted if necessary. A tier two service includes fitting of parts like chains, cassettes, cables, brake pads, but not the cost of these parts. We will of course contact you ahead of fitting any parts.
Tier 3 bike service
A tier three service includes everything in a tier one service plus: – Hubs checked and serviced – Headset checked, serviced and tightened – Bottom Bracket checked and thread re-greased. A tier three service includes the cost of fitting parts such as headsets and bottom brackets if required, but not the costs of these parts. We will of course contact you ahead of fitting any parts.
You can also find us popping up all over Frome offering free Dr Bike safety checks. Head over to our events page to book your bike in for a free check.
Bike maintenance courses
Join one of our regular bike maintenance courses to learn how to fix common bicycle bugs. Save money and keep your bike on the road by doing simple repairs yourself. Head over to our events page to book your place on one of our free classes.
Workstand hire and membership
Coming soon! If you’re skilled with a spanner and know your star-fangled nuts from your Italian-threaded bottom brackets, or simply want to fit some new brake cables then as a Frome Community Bike Project member you’ll be able to book a spot in the workshop and use our kit!
All profits from Frome Community Bike Project will go to Frome’s Missing Links who are a local charity working to link up traffic-free routes in and around Frome.