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The Buxted Bike Workshop offers a professional, affordable and friendly local service for Bike Repair & Servicing.
“I don’t ride a bike to add days to my life. I ride a bike to add life to my days.” – Unknown
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Things can and will go wrong.
Most issues can be rectified and it needn’t cost a fortune either.
So don’t put up with a problem; let’s get it sorted.
Keeping your bike serviced means it runs more efficiently, lasts longer and makes you a happier rider.
We can service all makes, models and sizes.
The Buxted Bike Workshop Ethos
We are a Cytech Accredited Workshop offering bike servicing and repair in the Uckfield, Crowborough, Heathfield and wider Sussex area and our mission is a simple one:
To help you make the most of your bike by delivering a
professional, affordable & friendly local service.
We want to keep your bike running safely and efficiently, ensuring you have a good ride.
We want you to have confidence in your bike's ability to take you where you want to go and have a good time getting there.
We believe that fixing a bike is not just about the issue at hand but looking further down the line at what may have caused it. By doing this we can prevent the same thing happening again and reduce the chances of other issues developing.
- Qualified bike technician*
- Free consultation
- Quality assurance on parts
- All work guaranteed
- Bike collection/return service on request
- Covering all major brands
- Fully Insured
Doing our bit to make cycling even greener
We use the Velorim scheme for the ecological disposal of old tyres - see Workshop & Repair Services page for details
"Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of riding a bike." - John F Kennedy
The Buxted Bike Workshop
Rutts Hall, Limes Lane, Buxted, East Sussex. TN22 4PB
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“Give a man a fish and feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and feed him for a lifetime.
Teach a man to cycle and he will realise fishing is stupid and boring.” – Bishop Desmond Tutu