Roll call in alphabetical order:
Dan, Jason, Morgan, Timo and Tomasz.
In our workshop in Southville you will usually find Jason and Tom
We sometimes have a sign outside gently warning that we are super busy. Or if the door is part way closed, you know we are having a 'challenging' day or it is a bit of a chilly day. We are brave in the winter, but we do have limits.
Despite our 'down to earth' appearance we are stocked like any normal bike shop. So if you need odd parts or just simple accessories (locks, lights, tools etc) it's worth popping in.
In our Long Ashton Shop you will usually find Timo and Morgan.
You can find our shop between The Old Library and Parson's Bakery.
As well as our usual mechanical services, we have plenty of bike related products and tools and we also sell bikes.
We currently specialise in premium children's bikes and are developing a good range of demo e bikes to try out.
" I didn't know you were here"
"These guys are great, very friendly and top service. Use them all the time for jobs beyond my skills"
"Can I put my poster in your window"
"A great comprehensive service carried out on my aging MTB by the Bristol Bikesmiths team. Would definitely recommend"
"Timo is a magnificent beast"
"The knowledgeable, friendly staff provided an excellent service. Will definitely take my bicycles back there for servicing."
"Is Timo here, I need to talk to him about the community Centre"
We'd call this a 'careers' section, but let's face facts, if you want a career try a different industry. This is strictly for enthusiasts and people who hate themselves.
We are always on the lookout for inspired mechanics for both shops.
We are also on the lookout for a part time administrator/shop person (flexible hours) to help Dan. You'd need to be a bikey individual with an eye for retail and accurate with data entry. Oh and you need to like people. The pay is crap, but we are awesome and you can't have everything.