As the third nationwide lockdown is looking likely to come to an end soon, and as we prepare to open our doors to students once again, we have taken the chance to catch up with another of our Bike Inn graduates: one Mr Harvey Tye... trading as Beardyman Bike Repairs. Time For Change Harvey had been working as a skilled carpenter and joiner for 38 years, when he had what might have been called
Students travel from far and wide to train with us here at the Bike Inn - but often it's not so much where they've come from, rather the stories they bring with them that makes doing what we do so rewarding. Training with the Bike Inn though is not the end of the story - not by any means! More often than not our graduates go away and start another chapter in their life, and
The Bike Inn are proud to announce they are sponsoring GT Krush Tunap Pro cycling in 2021! The women’s UCI team is a natural fit for the Bike Inn, as it both showcases and promotes professional women’s cycling throughout Europe. It is calibre such as this that brings mutual benefits to team sponsorship programmes, with the Team being able to call on top notch professional assistance at competitive events, and with the Bike Inn being
Welcome to a new learning experience from The Bike Inn. Our already world-renowned IMI Level 2 course in Cycle Mechanics has gone virtual!! Yep, that’s right, you can now learn the major theory parts of this invaluable qualification from the comfort of your own home. With more information than ever before, you will soon be speeding into the 21st century of bicycle technology, health and safety, workshop practices, tools and legislation. We use Google Classroom

Martin’s New Toy

Elite Direto
OK, let's start with a bit of background... With plans on RAAM 2023 my current state of fitness wasn't too bad considering Tier 4 and Lockdown restrictions - until the Cumbrian winter arrived! Up until that point training had still been do-able and I was achieving gains - with the help of my training partner, a stronger cyclist than me but still very supportive. Originally coming from Norfolk it's as if the hills have eyes

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