The Cycle Clinic, Glemsford, Suffolk

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deliquium
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The Cycle Clinic, Glemsford, Suffolk

Postby deliquium » 4 May 2016, 5:53pm

Highly recommended for superb service and stocking items that are sometimes difficult to find - which might suit many people on this forum?

Good source of Tange Levin threaded headsets :D And shiny silver Ultegra hubs 8)

http://thecycleclinic.co.uk/

Posting only as a satisfied customer and no connection with the seemingly one man band?
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Re: The Cycle Clinic, Glemsford, Suffolk

Postby patthebike » 22 May 2016, 10:17am

I too can thoroughly recommend this shop. I've used him the last few times for all my wheel building related items, his advice is spot on and he talks a lot of common sense. I build all my own wheels, but if I didn't I wouldn't hesitate to use him for handbuilts.

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Re: The Cycle Clinic, Glemsford, Suffolk

Postby Sweep » 12 Jun 2016, 9:56pm

Just realised that this is the place, via ebay, i bought two of these from

http://thecycleclinic.co.uk/collections ... increments

Really handy for two 90s steel frames of mine.

Maybe i'm undemanding but i find them rather simply beautiful and functional.

Free postage i think.

Very prompt delivery - one came, inside a jiffy bag i stress, wrapped in newspaper which rather appealed to me.

On looking at that website, intrigued by what the owner, if a one man band as surmised above, gets up to on thursday evenings between april and august. Closes half an hour earlier.
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Re: The Cycle Clinic, Glemsford, Suffolk

Postby mjr » 13 Jun 2016, 4:19pm

Sweep wrote:On looking at that website, intrigued by what the owner, if a one man band as surmised above, gets up to on thursday evenings between april and august. Closes half an hour earlier.

West Suffolk Wheelers & Tri TTs are on Thursday evenings and Malcolm Borg has shown up in results as riding for them - just found him mentioned on http://www.westsuffolkwheelers.co.uk/ra ... g-round-up
MJR, mostly pedalling 3-speed roadsters. KL+West Norfolk BUG incl social easy rides http://www.klwnbug.co.uk
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