Spokes and Spanners are a family run bike shop based in North Camp, Farnborough who specialise in mountain bikes. We offer bike services and repair for all bikes and pride ourselves on going the extra mile for our customers.
As an authorised retailer for many mountain bike brands including KTM, Hope, Renthal, Rideworks, Moon, Rockshox, 661 and Shimano to name a few. Being avid cyclists allows us to select and use the best products, which often gives out customers peace of mind.
We stock a wide range of mountain bike parts in our Farnborough store. Should you not be able to find what you need, simply ask a member of our team who will be happy to help.
Spokes and Spanners arrange a regular Mountain Bike Ride from our Farnborough store to various places around Hampshire and Surrey.
Meet The Team
Dean started Spokes and Spanners in 2012, originally as a BMX specialist shop but Dean and Damon quickly realised their interests lay with Mountain Bikes and the shop now specialises in KTM and Saracen Bikes.
Dean started his working career as a motorcycle mechanic after studying at Merton college. For a time he worked as a motorcycle courier, which he gave up to become a house husband.
Now, Dean is responsible for repairing mountain bikes and advising customers on the best options available to them. He is a keen cyclist and regularly rides in races and does regular shop rides 2 or 3 times a week.
Damon Lock should have been born with wheels and not feet. From the age of 8, he has been competing in Motorcycle Trials and built his first bicycle in his family’s garage with parts that he saved up and bought himself.
The love of riding anything with two wheels continued on. Pushing limits with Downhill, XC, Enduro and Cycle-Cross. His favourite place to cycle is the beautiful wilds of Scotland, combining mountain biking through the Glens, with his love of nature, fishing and shooting.
Damon helped establish North Camp’s first and only cycle shop back in 2012 back then Spokes and Spanners was named ‘Xodus Cycles’. With a new premises and a re-branded name he and owner Dean developed their love of cycling to become a successful community business.