Bike For Life

Community Interest Company Est. 2000

promoting cycling for all

 (01273) 676278

Mobile  07792 211839


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Bike for Life works with a range of partners who all share a vision of more people cycling, more safely, more often.
To find out more about these partners, please click on the relevant logos below.

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Bikeability Cycle Training Standards Board CTC Sustrans Brighton & Hove City Council

Bike Maintenance Courses (Est. 2004)

We run the professional cycle maintenance training centre for the South East with well paid experienced staff offering high quality instruction, now into our fourteenth year. We cover courses for all abilities and welcome beginners, women cyclists and those with disabilities.

We have four progressive levels and also run one to one sessions: please click a link for details.

Level 1 is suitable for the beginner or those who wish to brush up on their basic maintenance techniques. We improve your efficiency and speed.

Level 2 takes you on to brake and gear systems.

Level 3 deals with all the more difficult aspects of maintenance which need occasional attention.


We want to make the courses as affordable and accessible as possible, so these discounts apply over any length of time, and are even transferable between friends and family.
Each course is limited to six participants; please contact us for information on availability.

Bike For Life Protech Level 4

These are private personalised courses or sessions with one of our mechanics.


Our bike maintenance group training days run on Saturdays from 12 midday to 6:00pm at our workshop at -
St Mary’s Church Hall,
61 St James’s Street,
Kemp Town, Brighton BN2 1PR

The first course you take with us will cost £75. Each subsequent course will then cost £10 less, so any two courses would cost £140, and any three £195.

Our advanced course is aimed at those wishing to enter the bike industry professionally as a mechanic or for the keen amateur enthusiast. Cost: £475