It is not really a great surprise to us, but if you’re not convinced then have a read.
Then if you want us to come out and sort out your old bike to allow you to make it happen then get in touch: http://www.tayloredcycles.com/wecollect
“I Googled vintage Dawes galaxy and found this wonderful cycle Beautifully restored by Ross at Taylored cycles. The cycle is now in France with me were I live in Finistere. It rides beautifully and inspires me to explore more of the locality.”
Today is the UWE Freshers Fair at the Frenchay Campus. Taylored Cycles is on site all day with two mechanics to checkover bicycles for any students who want to make sure that their bikes are serviceable for the new academic year.
We are here with the LSTF Travel West Roadshow Team. They are helping people out with their cycling routes into Uni as well as details on bus and train services and general information about cycling in Bristol. There are loads of the excellent free Cycle Maps and leaflets detailing leaisure routes.
Check out the new fully branded Taylored Cycles gazebo and the freshly signwritten new Taylored Cycles Mercedes Vito!
Every day someone tells me that cycling to work has changed their lives. Is there any way that you could make it work for you?
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I just thought that I would share some feedback that we received following our regular Dr Bike Cycle Surgery at Bristol University this Wednesday:
“I attended the cycle surgery today and wanted to express my appreciation for this fantastic service. The person who looked at my bike sorted out some problems I’ve been having with the bike, identified some problems that I didn’t know were there and told me things to do/look out for in future. He explained everything clearly as he went along and the information he gave me will be useful in maintaining the bike and avoid expensive problems with it in the future. I don’t find this kind of information easy to come by – it’s hard to get this kind of clear knowledge and advice from people in bike shops or friends. This service will help me to continue to cycle to campus each day and to maintain my bike. It’s great for students like me who are on a tight budget, not only because the service is free but also because of the tips on how to save money by avoiding future problems. Plus the joy of getting on the bike and realising how much more enjoyable it is to ride now the brakes and gears are working smoothly! Thanks for this service.”
On page 5 of the Business Week supplement in today’s Bristol Evening Post: