Hammersmith & Fulham and Neighbour Boroughs
- Call-Out Servicing -
- Workshop Servicing -
- Riding Lessons -
- Maintenance Classes -
Road Bikes; Cargo Bikes; Hybrid Bikes; Dutch Bikes;
Tandem Bikes; Trike Bikes; Mums Bike, Dads and the Kids Bikes;
Penny Farthing Bikes; Recumbent Bikes; E-Bikes; BMX Bikes; Ladder Bikes!
and always Flying Bikes :-)
all delivered from a bicycle
- Help people have a bike that performs at it's best, to get the best cycling experience.
- Help people modify and equip their bikes, to enable them the most usability, comfortableness, satisfaction and
- Help those who want to know how to look after their own rides.
- Help new and old cyclists gain the
confidence to ride safer, more courteously, for more reasons than just work and to travel further afield than
they ever dreamt they could (for riders 18+).
My main qualification is my love of the
bicycle. I really enjoy the bicycles complex simplicity
and the freedom they give us and so I love making them look good and
fly as well as they can.
But be assured! I also have a City & Guilds Level 1&2 Cycle Industry qualification in Cycle Mechanics, with around 3 years teaching experience, delivering the same said City & Guilds level 1&2 mechanics courses, and 9 years and counting, delivering one day maintenance classes for companies and private clients.
I am provisionally certified as an NSI, (National Standard Instructor), for delivering cycle training. (now known as Bikeabilty)
Fully insured and currently over 9 years professional experience as a cycle mechanic and teacher.
got into the bikes mechanics around the age of 10, after getting a
racing bike for my birthday. Looking after my bike was fun, but I grew
up in a small
village with miles of fields between things and so it also meant that if
I didn’t learn to look after it, I would have to walk.
later after hearing the quote, "If you find a job you enjoy, you’ll
never have to work again." I tried hard to work out what that was; me
thinking my vocation was around art, philosophy and counselling; the
idea of being a cycle mechanic was an unexpected surprise.
I had recently returned to my old hobby of fixing up bikes which led to some cycle touring around 2010 and then later I met a guy who had a load of retro bikes that he wanted restoring for a project of his.... and so one thing led to another.... and Cyclic Nature was born.
I kind of believe the job found me! But that quote certainly helped.
P.S. Still very into the field of mental/spiritual health and long philosophical conversations over coffee... just saying ;-)