To provide durable, good quality bicycles with related bicycle products and knowledge that fulfils the wants and needs of the commuter market at the right price. Our friendly, knowledgeable and professional staff will help inspire, educate and problem-solve for our customers.
Each one of our refurbished bikes goes through a 21 point checklist to ensure we are supplying you with the best quality second hand bike possible. At base level, we service and replace all bearings in rear and front wheel hubs, new bottom bracket and headset service. On point of sale, we request that you return the bike to us after 6 weeks for a full safety check.
Our workshop will service your bike and aim to have the work done on the same day or by the following day stock permitting. You can find us at the junction of Coldharbour Lane and Flaxman Road, just east of the railway station.
We stock the brands that we use and offer reconditioned parts to lower your bill. We also offer a full menu of bike repairs, accessories. We can also pick up and deliver your bike if your schedule is full (call 0207 274 5008 to arrange). Harbour Cycles supply mechanical support for the London to Brighton and the London to Amsterdam ride.
Can we help your sponsored bike ride run smoothly? Get in touch to find out more.
The Harbour Cycles mechanics also offer fleet management either in store or at your organisations depot.
Brenton’s ambition is to develop a landmark community bike shop, building on the great work the community has already achieved in making Loughborough Junction a great place to live and work. As a parent he has a commitment to contributing to the health of the neighbourhood, promoting the positive aspects of city living that all too often go unsung. Brenton Smith has over 25 years experience as a youth and community worker. With a background in mechanical engineering he created a Bicycle project in Burgess Park in collaboration with Southwark Cyclists. He facilitated community bike rides in and around London and developed and designed a BMX Track and Workshop, the legacy of which is now an International BMX Track in Burgess Park.