BICYCLE CLINIC LLC
We can repair most vintage bikes subject to the availability of parts. If they are no longer made, it may be possible to track spares down through second-hand sources, or we may be able to offer a modern alternative.
We can either help you keep it on the road, or restore it to it’s former glory with a complete strip-down, re-spray and rebuild. Take a look at the gallery of completed bikes to see what can be achieved. If you’re interested in finding out more, contact us and bring your beloved old bike in and we can discuss the options and possibilities.
at bicycle clinic we specialise in vintage bike restoration and offer every level of restoration service to any bike, in any condition. We have a dedicated restoration workshop with specialist knowledge and a network of partnering companies who we work with to provide chroming and paint finishes. If you have a bike that's been in your family for generations or you've bought a classic frame you'd like to customise and rebuild, we'd love to help!
WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE FOR CHOOSING AND BELIEVING IN THE BICYCLE CLINIC
we do ship bikes nation wide,and free delivery with 30 miles from 32217 zip
Customer happy,we are happy!
Another gorgeous restoration from the customer from south Florida
Barn found from her auntie,late 60s 3 speed bicycle ,completely restored,re chromed,painted,original decals,Bike tag and so much more
We just finished another restoration project,from 10 speed chain driven to endless gears belt powered
Custom paint job,nuvinci 380 hub with roll brakes ,brooks seat with matching grips and so much more
Another job done,another happy customer
Schwinn traveler,3 speed
Hand brakes,and generator light
Completely restored and ready to meet the original owner after almost 4 months !
Another great restoration another great story
This is 1967 Ross five speed bicycle, purchased 50 years ago for daughter’s birthday when she was only seven years old
After five months of restoration, they are here to pick it up and take it back home with the bike belongs !