Cycletastic is Open every Saturday 1.30-4.30 pm
Keep an eye on the CYCLETASTIC FACEBOOK PAGE for News Updates
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THE ENTRANCE TO THE SHED IS ON STREATLEY ROAD NW6
It sits BEHIND the Advice for Renters Office 36-38 Willesden Lane NW6 7ST
Come to The Cycletastic SHED to get your Bike Serviced
To Learn the Basics of Bike Mechanics, To Buy a Second Hand Bike or Part,
To Buy New Parts for your Bike
To Use Tools to DIY Fix Your Own Bike £5 minimum donation
To find Out About BIKE ABILITY TRAINING
To Volunteer to Help Others to Fix Their Bike
Bike and Parts Donations are Always Welcome
Contact for Cycletastic is: firstname.lastname@example.org
see also www.brent.gov.uk/cycling
Cycletastic rolls out of Queens Parade on 30th March 2016
We are downsizing and return back to our faithful shed in Kilburn behind Brent Private Tenants’ Rights Centre (Advice4Renters).
36-38 Willesden Lane NW6 7ST, Cycle Shed entrance in Streatley Rd.
Email email@example.com . Please check the Cycletastic face book page to find out if we are open.
Shed reopening : Saturdays only 12-4pm from 16th July 2016 …until it gets too cold !
We will continue to offer:
- Bike repair and advice at the shed
- Home Visit Bike Repair
- Assisted D.I.Y bike repair using Cycletastic tools and parts
- Training information
- Bike recycle (where space allows)
- Recycled Bike Sales
- New and Recycled Parts Sales
- Pick up bike maintenance skills
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Cycletastic shed and yard
Cycletastic has been lucky enough to move into a ‘proper’ shop unit at Queens Parade, Willesden Green, NW2 5HT
OPEN: Mon-Thu and Saturday’s: 12 Queens Parade,Willesden Lane NW2 5H (07742-689-785)
Our Mechanics Haroon and Richard are on hand to repair your bike and offer local cycling advise. Or why not have a search through our reconditioned bikes that have been donated by local residents and reclaimed through police channels.
If you have the time we’ll take you through the basics of how to repair your bike while you wait. We also have New and Used parts and accessories for sale at bargain prices.
We also have a series of workshops available for you to book in an learn how to look after your bicycle. For more details get in touch from the contacts page.
Read on below for our previous and most current blog posts.
The Cycletastic Shed on Streatley Road is now open from 1.30 -4.30 each Saturday in 2018. Please check the Cycletastic Facebook Page for short notice updates. We will continue to open until the winter weather sets in again.
The shed is there to help visitors learn how to keep their bikes running smoothly . Simple things such as how to maintain the correct tyre pressure for your bike, how to check and adjust your brakes, how to make the chain run smoothly without over oiling it….everything to help you enjoy the rides you make on your bike. The Cycletastic tool resource is there for your use to help you learn new bike fixing skills. Volunteers will help you.
For those that can afford to pay there is a £5 minimum donation for using tools if you want to DIY fix your own bike at the Cycletastic shed. If you donate more we can then help people on low income or on benefits with free parts such as brake blocks and cables.
If you ask a Cycletastic mechanic to do work on your behalf we will ask for payment for this work but we aim to keep prices lower than bike shop rates.
Bike repairs can also be booked in for work which is completed outside shed opening times.
Second hand and new parts are available and there are children and second hand bikes for sale £20-150.
New Volunteers are always welcome to join us (the existing volunteers). Volunteers can use tools for free and have access to low cost parts for their own bikes. Its sociable and you get to build your bike fixing skills and knowledge.
Cycletastic also helps visitors find information about free cycle training in Brent and other boroughs to improve your bike riding confidence on the road. Route planning information is also available with any of the friendly helpful volunteer mechanics.