Bike Servicing will resume once we return from our annual holidays on the 10th of January.

Engadine Cycles and Scooters in the Sutherland Shire offers top-notch bike repair, servicing, and maintenance services. You can simply drop off your bike at our workshop without any appointment, and we'll strive to have it repaired within the same day or the next working day. Why wait for days or even weeks for your bike to be fixed? Our expert bicycle workshop specializes in repairing all types of bikes, including road bikes, mountain bikes, hybrid bikes, BMX bicycles, and even scooters. We can also repair flat or worn-out pram tires and tubes.

Unlike other shops we do not charge by the hour. This means that regardless of the time it takes us to complete the service, you won't be charged any additional fees. It's worth noting that other establishments in the vicinity often impose higher charges and follow an hourly billing model. Given that servicing a bike can often extend beyond just an hour, the expenses can quickly escalate with hourly rates.

Our team of experienced bike mechanics are among the most skilled professionals in the Sydney region, ensuring that your bike receives the best care possible.

Bike repairs dropped in on Saturday can be picked up either Monday afternoon or Tuesday afternoon, all other days are pickup either same day or next working day.
All bicycle services are carried out using professional bicycle tools, greases, and lubricants.
We use Muc-Off and Ride Mechanic lubricants.

Prices quoted for services are estimates only. Thus, prices may vary if other problems are found during the service.If the price variation is significant we will contact you for approval - otherwise we will go ahead with the repairs.

Senior bike mechanic has 30 years experience in our workshop.

In general, it's a good idea to keep your bike well-maintained to avoid needing urgent repairs. Regularly checking and cleaning your bike can help identify and prevent small issues before they become big problems. Additionally, keeping your tires properly inflated, lubing your chain, and keeping your brakes adjusted can help keep your bike running smoothly and prevent the need for emergency repairs.

At Engadine Cycles, you don't have to worry about being charged by the hour. Our goal is to provide you with the best possible service and make sure that you're completely satisfied with your experience at our shop. We believe that quality service and customer satisfaction should be our top priority, and we strive to achieve this by providing you with a relaxed and stress-free environment where you can feel comfortable discussing your cycling needs with us. So come visit us at Engadine Cycles and let our team of experts look after your bike for you.

Standard bicycle service.-Our standard bike service includes:

  • Alignment of derailleur hanger and adjustment of gears and lubing of gear cables.
  • Adjustment of brakes and lubing of brake cables.
  • Measure chain for stretch and report on life.
  • Lube chain and all pivot points.
  • Adjustment of wheel bearings, headset bearings, and bottom bracket bearings.
  • General check on tension of all bolts and screws.
  • Inflation of tyres to recommended pressure.
  • Minor in frame wheel truing.
  • Alignment of handlebars
  • General clean
  • Test ride
  • ($79.00 Geared bike - $49.00 non geared bike)
Annual overhaul.-An annual overhaul includes everything in the Standard Bicycle Service plus the following.

  • Full clean, grease, and repack of both front and rear hubs.
  • Full clean, grease, and adjustment of the bottom bracket.
  • Full clean, grease, and repack of the headset.
  • Full clean and re-lube of the drive train.
  • Test Ride.
  • $129.00

Wheel Truing

All bike wheel repairs are carried out using either DT, Sapim, or Wheelsmith plain gauge or double butted spokes. The double butted spokes can be either plain stainless steel or black. $20.00

Bicycle Maintenance Tips.

Bike Repair 101: Tips for Keeping Your Bicycle in Tip-Top Shape

Biking is a fun and healthy way to get around, but like any mode of transportation, your bike will need regular maintenance and repairs to stay in top condition. Whether you're a seasoned cyclist or just getting started, here are some tips for keeping your bike running smoothly.

Keep it clean

One of the simplest things you can do to keep your bike in good shape is to keep it clean. Dirt and grime can build up over time and cause damage to your bikes moving parts, so make sure to give it a good scrub down every once in a while. Use a soft-bristled brush and a mild detergent to clean the frame, wheels, and other parts of your bike, and make sure to dry it off completely afterward.

Check your tires

Your bikes tires are one of its most important components, so its important to make sure they're in good shape. Check the pressure regularly (at least once a week) and inflate them to the recommended level. Look for any cuts, bulges, or other signs of damage, and replace the tire if necessary. Don't forget to check the tread, too if its worn down, your bike will have less traction and be more prone to slipping.

Inspect your brakes

Your bikes brakes are essential for your safety, so make sure to check them regularly. Test them out by squeezing the brake levers, if they feel spongy or don't stop your bike quickly enough, you may need to adjust or replace them. Check the brake pads for wear, too - if they are worn down, they won't be as effective at stopping your bike.

Lubricate moving parts

To keep your bike running smoothly, its important to lubricate the moving parts regularly. Apply a small amount of oil to the chain, derailleurs, and other parts that move against each other. Don't overdo it, though as too much oil can attract dirt and cause damage and contaminate disc brakes.

Check the gears

If your bike has gears, make sure to check them regularly to ensure they're shifting smoothly. If the gears are slipping or not shifting at all, you may need to adjust them. This can be a bit tricky, so if you're not comfortable doing it yourself, bring it in for us to help out.

Tighten loose bolts

Over time, the bolts and nuts on your bike can work themselves loose, which can cause damage or even make your bike unsafe to ride. Check all the bolts on your bike regularly and tighten them if necessary. Pay particular attention to the stem, handlebars, and seat post, as these are the parts that can come loose most easily.

By following these tips, you can keep your bike in good condition and enjoy many safe and enjoyable rides. And if youre not comfortable doing any of these tasks yourself, don't hesitate to take your bike to a professional bike shop for maintenance and repairs. Its well worth the investment in your safety and your bikes longevity.