The shop is situated at Smithbrook Kilns, a small retail estate on the A281 just outside Cranleigh in Surrey. This is a dream location to buy a bike with plentiful parking, grassy areas, a restaurant where you can go and have coffee, and space to test ride bikes away from traffic. Approaching 25 years of experience, we offer expert advice, aided by extensive product training received from our high quality suppliers.
Nick started building bikes in the 80s as junior time trialist before turning to mountain biking. He has been riding the Surrey Hills for over 20 years and knows the single track trails like the back of his hands. Nick is a qualified CTC mountain bike trail leader and Level 2 bike mechanic. He is also one of the founding members of Cranleigh Cycling Club and is a well known face on the roads and local trails. He's a self- confessed "Strava Diva" when it comes to anything flat or single track, especially when riding his E-Bike ;)
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Nick, who can be found in the workshop, is a transplant from the Bay Area of California, now residing in South London and riding the Surrey Hills. Mainly an enduro mountain biker, he can be convinced to don the lycra for a road ride if there is a promise of a beer (or two!)at the end. Speaking of beer, he is also an avid homebrewer as well as a dedicated low&slow BBQer. 'Nothing better than a 14hour smoked brisket and an IPA!'
Zak has been road cycling and racing for 6 years and has worked in the bike industry 4. Currently studying at the University of Surrey, he joins the team on Saturdays and during breaks to assist with sales & bike building. His main expertise is in road racing and when he's not studying you'll find him training in the Surrey Hills.
Dan is currently our Business Apprentice & has been Mountain biking in the Surrey Hills since he was a child. Dan is also very proficient in Pole-Vault, training and competing regularly with the England team at Lee Valley. At the shop, he is responsible for increasing efficiency, looking after stock & most importantly, making the tea!
Jenny has been road riding for 12 years and often enjoys endurance riding in the alps. She completed Le Loop, a charity ride that follows the route of the Tour de France in 2019 as well as placing 11h and 13th at the World Championships in 2016/17. Jenny is passionate about encouraging people to ride their bikes with confidence and enthusiasm and as such is an active committee member of Cranleigh Cycling Club. In 2021 Jen qualified as a Cytech level 2 mechanic, meaning she is well equipped to build and repair bikes!