Here are links to people, companies and organisations that I visit regularly or want you to know about.

The Bike Inn who trained me to the highest standard in bicycle mechanics:

Cycling Scotland have responsibility for key elements of the Scottish Government Cycling Action Plan target for 10% of all journeys by bike in Scotland by 2020:

This is the Cycling Action Plan for Scotland – CAPS:

The website/blog of Brian Palmer the best dressed and best equipped cyclist on any of the Scottish islands:

SUSTRANS who have provided a national cycle network throughout the UK:

St John Street Cycles make Thorn bikes, many equipped with Rohloff hubs, share here your views or find out more:

If you are not cycling you could be playing a synthesizer, I do, this is a patch site for the Korg MS20, my current instrument:

The man who cuts his own wood, warms himself twice:  and my supplier when I cant scavenage enough!  Dunearn Logs

In line with (2018) new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) I would like to reassure all my clients of how I use your personal data:

  • I keep essential information for contacting you, this may include email addresses, postal addresses and telephone numbers.
  • I keep essential financial information for HMRC purposes.
  • I never share or sell your data to third parties for commercial gain.

Tel: 01383 860199
Mob: 07772 948568


Cycle Fix is a network of mobile bike mechanics, I am not a mobile service, but reference to these people may help you find someone who is.

Alongside my recently gained City and Guild in Bicycle Maintenance I have other qualifications I am very proud of. Among them, Modern Studies at O and Higher Grades, this gave me a superb initial grounding in who gets what and why in our complicated human society.  I have a pal who teaches it and we both know that this is THE resource for anyone teaching or studying it: