The Bicycle, Pram and Wheelchair Repair Specialist
Bikeboyz was established in 2009 with one mission: to bring reliable, high quality Bike Repairs to the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. Our passion for excellence is what inspired us, and continues to drive us to this day. All our repairs are completed with meticulous detail, to make your bike feel as good as new.
A properly serviced and adjusted bicycle makes the ride safer and more enjoyable.
Bike Repairs conveniently available at your home or place of work.
Servicing & General Maintenance
Tyre Fitting & Puncture Repair
Insurance Reports & Repairs
Family & Pensioner Discounts
Pick Up & Drop Back Service
Wheel Building & Truing
Bike Strip & Rebuilding Service
Free Quotes & Estimates
All work guaranteed
Bicycle Gear & Brake Adjustments
Bike Boxing & Shipping
All jobs Big & Small
Fully Insured Business
Frequently Asked Questions
I’m not sure what repairs are needed to my bike.
We are more than happy to provide a cost estimate before the job is commenced.
What if I need a special part or replacement?
Our fully trained mechanic is mobile and carries a large range of spare parts and all the tools and equipment needed to do the job correctly on-site.
What if you can't complete the repairs 'on the spot'?
If for some reason your job requires special work that cannot be completed on the spot, we will take your bicycle back to our fully equipped workshop for repair. Your bike will then be delivered back to you, at no extra charge (Sydney Eastern Suburbs only).
How often should I service my bike?
Should I repair my bicycle, or purchase a new one?
Why do I continually get punctures?
Under inflation, which more often than not will cause a pinch flat (snake bite);
Sharp objects in the tyre such as glass, wire or a thorn. These objects must be carefully removed from the outside and inside of the tyre. Many reoccurring punctures happen because the sharp object is still protruding through the inside of the tyre.
Hitting large potholes, drain grates or curbs.
Putting too much sideways pressure on the valve stem while pumping. This action cuts the tube at the valve stem interface where it come through the rim.
Bald or badly worn tyres.
Damaged or torn rim tape.
My bike is rusty, is it safe to ride?
Can I get the rust off my bicycle?
Why can’t I pump my tyres at the service station?
If you have a question, please click here and we will answer your question as quickly as possible. Here’s just a few of the questions asked by our clients.
Pram or Wheelchair repairs
Repairs at your home or office.
Bicycle repairs at events