Mobile Bicycle Mechanic Linlithgow Scotland

Business Name: Cycle Tech Linlithgow T/A Andy's Bike Clinic
Phone Number: 07765407663
Contact: Andy Todd
Email: info@andysbikeclinic.com
Web: www.andysbikeclinic.com

Specialising: Andy’s Bike Clinic offers you a professional and personal service for all your bicycle repair and maintenance needs. Serving Linlithgow and the surrounding area, I can service and repair all types of bikes from children's through to commuter, road and mountain bikes. Offering a free pick-up and drop-off service within a ten-mile radius of Linlithgow, our fully equipped Mobile Bike Mechanic's workshop will come to your door at a time that suits you.

Qualifications: 
  • Cytech Level 2 
  • BOSCH e-bike
Locations: Linlithgow and surrounding area

About Andy: When Andy is not fixing bikes he road rides around the Lothians and Borders. Off-road it's predominantly 7 Stanes and local trails at Beecraigs Country Park. Although Andy originally hails from the North East of England, he’s been a resident in Linlithgow for the past seven years with his partner and young son. Continued below............. 
Andy Mobile Bicycle Mechanic Linlithgow Scotland 
................Andy’s been riding, and enjoying, bikes since he was about 4 years old. Starting off with a Raleigh Commando (sadly pilfered by some ne’er-do-well), he then moved on to a Raleigh Meteor. In 1984, Andy managed to get hold of a new breed of bike; a Diamondback Trailstreak (one of the first mountain bikes) from Black’s Cycles in Sunderland. He owned this bike for a number of years, then chose to trade it in for a Trek 4000 from Finch Cycles in Reigate, specifying an upgraded RST Mozo Pro fork at the same time. When that proved too heavy for the commute in Norwich, Andy spec’d up a Dave Hinde Dragon MTB for the road. Again, some naughty people relieved Andy of this bike when he moved to Edinburgh whereupon he opted for a Specialized Pitch Pro which he still owns. With 140mm of travel front and rear, it’s more than enough for tackling the routes around Linlithgow. His stable of bikes grew further when Andy turned 40, with the arrival of a Ragley Blue Pig built up to Andy’s specification.
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