Your North Wales Bike Shop

About The Framed Bicycle Co

The Framed Bicycle Co. North Wales Bikeshop

The Framed Bicycle Co. is your local bike shop, located at the foot of Mt. Snowdon in Llanberis, Gwynedd, North Wales. We offer a complete range of bike services, from new bikes to bike repair and bicycle restoration.

Whether it’s your first bike, your next bike or your current bike that needs some attention, we can get you out riding on a bicycle that suits you and your riding style. We’re here because we love cycling, we even keep time aside at the weekends and the spare parts stock to fix mechanicals and get you back out riding ASAP.

Meet Our Team

Alex 'Farm Boy' Farmer

Wheeler Dealer

Coffee connoisseur, Fox service centre technician and chief biscuit dunker. Alex is an experienced and qualified technician who’s happy to fix any technical issue you may have. An hobby cyclist that really knows his stuff.

Chris Williamson

Keanu Reeves look alike

Test dummy, amateur code warrior and part-time self proclaimed artist that really likes to ride bikes. Not just another Cytech qualified bike mechanic that’s happy to fix, restore or upgrade your bike, he has colorful allen keys!

Jordan Eade

Employee of the Month

All round nice chap, that screams downhill. He’s our weekend warrior who’s “quick after work ride” is up and down Snowdon, an enduro monster that makes us all feel old because he likes Justin Bieber and we don’t

What we do

If you’re after something a little more personal, or are after some local trail knowledge then come have a coffee and a chat, we also print our own clothing in limited runs

Retail

Our sales staff are on hand to offer advice and experience to help you find the right bike for your needs. We welcome all abilities in the bikeshop and will get you spinning before you buy to make sure it’s the right bike for you.

Repair

If you need help getting back on the road or trail our qualified cycle techs can get you there. We can service, repair and even upgrade your bikes. We run a professional workshop using bicycle specific tools from Parktool and Unior. Our mechanics are experienced and fully qualified, modestly boasting years of experience in sound advice.

Restore

Vintage is back. We know how hard it is to retire an old bike and now you don’t have to. So if you have an old and loved bike that you want restoring to its former glory or giving a new lease of life with modern bike components then we can help you do just that.

The Framed Bicycle Co. ethos.

We believe cycling is a lifestyle choice worth making. We plan to promote this through developing a hub for riders to meet and share knowledge in a relaxed environment.

Our branding looks to the qualities of yesteryear with a timeless look that will encompass everything that we stand for. We hope to bring back a forgotten service to a rural area and develop a varied and inclusive cycling community.

We are a bike shop that welcomes all abilities. We want to encourage everyone to have fun riding whether on the trails or on the roads.

Why Choose Us?

The Framed Bicycle Co. are here in North Wales because first and foremost we enjoy cycling and the lifestyle that it promotes. All abilities are welcome, from beginner to pro.

The Framed Bicycle Co. is built on a solid riding foundation. A foundation that we are happy to share. Any and all questions are welcome.

Our experienced and qualified cycle technicians will provide you with a bike that suits you in every way and can talk you through why.

We stock a wide range of cycles in various sizes, that cover all aspects of cycling. We can find you your perfect bike and you can touch it, even spin it before you buy it.

With every new cycle The Framed Bicycle Co. will provide a bike fit, second week check and a 6 month full service all free of charge.

The Framed Bicycle Co. believes in supporting riders and clubs. Ask in store about our demo days, skills sessions, tech tutorials and course construction projects. We also have a really big ramp, comfy couch, a coffee machine and several good jokes. What’s not to like?