Dr Bike mobile repairs

Benefits of our Dr Bike

  • Supports and rewards those already riding to work
  • Encourages new riders by demonstrating support
  • Safety checks on all bikes keep staff safe
  • Honest and impartial advice from mechanics specialising in commuting bikes
  • Reduce parking space demands and help meet active travel targets
  • Fitter and healthier workforce
  • Sustainable message to staff
  • Friendly support from a local company – we’re always on hand for advice across our services
  • All mechanics DBS checked

Our Dr Bike mobile repair sessions are a great way to promote cycling to staff and ensure they’re riding safe, roadworthy bikes.

Regular sessions are also a great way to keep staff riding by quickly resolving issues such as punctures or worn brakes, rather than leaving the bike at home and taking the car instead.

We offer options for single or regular sessions (eg weekly or monthly) where we come to your place of work – usually by specialist cargo bike – and setup our mobile workshop to service employees bikes.

Every bike gets a 35-point safety check, and each participant receives a Safety Repair Report detailing all the work and recommendations for additional repairs.

We ensure there is plenty of opportunity to ask our friendly mechanics any questions and employees are encouraged to watch them work and pick up any tips and advice.

Our Dr Bikes are also popular at festivals, community events and fetes as a great way to promote sustainable travel, rewarding those who have made the effort to travel by bike.

For more details including our brochure and pricing get in touch using the form below or give us a call.

Social Distancing– Dr Bikes in the time of Social Distancing

With current social distancing guidelines as of early June, we have special measures in place to allow social distancing to keep your staff and ours safe. These are risk assessed and we complete a site specific assessment in addition at each session.

Our measures are continually reviewed to keep them in line with any guideline changes and we are more than happy to work with employers on any specific requirements they may have. Measures are currently as follows:

  • Cordoned work area allowing mechanic to keep 2m distance at all times
  • Bike drop off point away from work area
  • Bikes wiped down with alcohol spray before and after mechanic work
  • Mechanics to wear fresh gloves for each bike and use alcohol gel to clean hands regularly
  • Socially-distanced card machine process for any parts purchases
  • Clear signage advising of measures
  • Report sheet on work completed to be emailed to participants if required, rather than on paper

Get in touch for more information

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