To have your bike returned from Carbon Bike Repair is to expect to forget anything ever occurred in the first place. Was it just a bad dream that I opened my travel bag to find the chain stay snapped on my beautiful Willier Cento1…Oh yes I forgot!
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud CBR contributed a whooping 77 entries.
Entries by CBR
A beautiful gloss metallic black and gold S-Works including the stem and other components which match the bike.
Very. The quality and safety of a composite repair is reflected in the standard of the facilty and the engineers. Safe and complient carbon repairs require resources and training. It takes 2 years for a repairer at CBR to achieve 2 of the 3 qualification levels available at Carbon Bike Repair. The repair ‘theater’ is […]
Recently one of our new carbon room ventilation fans burned out. Before we had our new facility with dust extraction systems, heaters and dremels would regularly burn out. We attributed this to the long hours they had to operate. It had not occurred to me that beside Graphene, carbon might also be a conductor of […]
New challenges face CBR in our quest to remain the best even when it is really busy. Safety is our No1 priority. Quality and turnaround follow. Excellent customer service is key to our status in the industry.
If you are unsure what to do in the event of an incident, here are some options available to you. If it is a carbon bike: 1 – Do not ask your local bike shop to assess it unless they are approved carbon bike inspectors. They will not usually take a risk and could advise […]
If you have a scratch or a mark on your carbon bike which you would like a qualified carbon bike inspector to look at then drop us an email or a message and we will inform you of the next steps. There is no reason why you need to worry before riding out this summer. […]
Like all things new in the bike world, graphene is the shiny new toy. Everyone is talking about it but is graphene really necessary? I would venture to say no. To clarify – We repair any composite construct and we have a keen interest in graphene as we learn new repair solutions. Yes, it is […]
I was asked to look at what might be delamination in the down tube area during an inspection procedure. At first we could not solve where a creaking sound was coming from because the scanner could not find anything and it sounded similar to de-lamination so we had to find it. I won’t mention the […]
We don’t often get asked to repair recumbents but this one is a super light disabled version which is clearly an expensive and hard to find bike. The structural damage affected the chasis and the safety nose cone. I am glad to say we were able to complete this as well as hide the repair […]