Scotland’s Cycle Repair Scheme

Flat tyres, loose brakes, clunky gears - we can get you out pedalling again!

Whether it’s an old bike that has sat in the garage for decades or a newer one that just needs some love and attention, we can provide our expert maintenance skills to get your bike repaired safely and back on the road.

All types of cycles are welcome – Adults, Childrens, Tandems, Tricyles and more – we love them all!

Do you have a bike that is needing some help to get in shape?

We’re Approved! YES!

When available, the Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme is providing maintenance support for free up to the value of £50.

More information on this scheme can be found on the Cycling UK website.

Book yours in today

My Shed Story

“Realising that retirement was approaching, I began to think of ways how I would like to spend the extra free time I would have. I knew my uncle was a member of the Men's Shed in Beauly and he was always proud to show me photographs of the projects they had been making for the local community and he clearly enjoyed himself there. I thought this was something which could appeal to me too so I googled 'Men's Shed' and found there was one in Montrose.

Having worked in an office all my career, I had only limited practical skills picked up from home DIY, but was assured this would not be a problem. I was initially allocated to work with one of the members who was restoring a bench and from chats quickly got to know a lot of the guys. Having shown I would not be a danger to myself, I quickly progressed to my own projects, both for myself and for the community. I have found the members to be friendly and are always willing to help and provide guidance.

The Shed has given me opportunities to do all sorts of different things which keep me occupied and interested. It is great for social interaction, meeting new people in the Shed and, through our fundraising and community projects, interacting with various other people in the area including local councillors, the local MP, school teachers and the business community.”

Jeremy