Got to agree with that but, you forgot that even though the youth in Halfords are all just sitting around doing nothing except playing with the car stereos there will be a 7-10 day wait for your bike to be seen.Butters said:Badly and expensively yes. Your local specialist is likely to be better value and have more experience than a 12 year old BMX rider who can only bunnyhop with stabilisers on
Based on my experience with my local Halfords, whether they do repairs or not, I would avoid them at all costs.smoove said:Just wondering if anyone knows if they do general repairs on push bikes? Need to get brakes and gears sorted :>)
boycee said:If you find a bike hut, and someone with some knowledge then yes. Since they have started dealing with some half decent bikes (kona, specialized, etc) they have also started employing people who know the difference between a cassette and a saddle. Which is handy!