Sales and repairs of bikes and e-bikes
Conveniently located close to the canal and Kirkintilloch town centre
Proprietor: Luke Devereux
Tuesday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday: 9:30am – 5:00pm
Thursday: 9:30am – 8:00pm
Friday: 9:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday: 9:30am – 5:00pm
Service and repairs
From a full service to “get me home” repairs, no job too small. A full range of workshop tools, and access to a range of spares, means we can undertake a range of work on conventional bike and e-bikes.
Thinking of an upgrade? Have a look at our upgrades menu, or for anything not listed just ask for a quote.
As well as a small selection of pre loved bikes, I’m glad to stock bikes and ebikes for everything from a saunter along the canal to the sketchiest secret trails in Lennox Mugdock Barrhill and beyond!
If you’re thinking of buying a bike to cycle to work, check out the cycle to work scheme page.
Kona has a long history of making great bikes.
Alongside a range of off road machines covering every base from gravel/CX to enduro and DH that can take you from the commute to the chairlift via every adventure you can imagine, this small company of cycling enthusiasts make a great range of commuter/urban models and even the longtail cargo bike “ute”.
A range of Kona bikes and ebikes in stock now, trail, enduro and xc MTBs, gravel bikes, commuter bikes and ebikes!
Kona continue to impress with their new bikes, but I’ve always had a soft spot for their great machines. This started with my big brother’s Lava Dome, which I was always jealous of. Later I owned a Coiler I owned for a while (now ridden by my 71 year old rad-dad), and a Hoss that was my work-hoss (sorry) and ages my only MTB.
Dawes represents a great range of more traditional bikes from a classic British brand.
Dawes’ sporty younger sibling, offering a range of great value MTB, gravel and road bikes alongside
A high quality, great value range of lightweight bikes for younger riders
You can’t buy happiness.
But you can buy a bike and that’s close!
About The Owner
This is me in my happy place – up a hill with a bike.
My second living memory was, aged two, being taken to buy a tricycle, but insisting on getting the very cool red BMX with stabilisers. Time passed, but bikes remained part of my life, getting into mountain biking seriously as a teenager, and, inevitably, taking a job at the local bike shop (after refusing to apply for any other jobs).
Since then bikes have been a great way of meeting people, getting to work, and having fun for me, and I’ve always looked after my own (and many family and friends’) bikes.
I hope I can enable other people in the area to get the same enjoyment from cycling as I’ve found it has given me.
What Our Friends are Saying
“…half man-half bike (like Sagittarius on wheels)…”
Dropping in is always best, but I know that’s not always possible.