fettle Hyde Park.
Need a bike service or bicycle repair near Hyde Park? Yep, we’ve got that covered. Just choose a service, your preferred date and we’ll take care of the rest.
fettle Workshop Hyde Park
29 Kendal St, W2 2AW
Mon - Closed
Tues - Saturday 8am - 7pm
Sunday - Closed
Don't just take our word for it.
Enough from us. Have a look at what our customers had to say about our Hyde Park branch, by reading our Google reviews here.
Absolutely amazing service and staff. Loved getting my bike fully serviced by Kit, who was incredibly kind, friendly, knowledgeable and great at adjusting/improving my bike. He took the time to also explain all the different parts being serviced and why. I’ll definitely go there again! Best in London.
- Luca M
Amazing little shop - great booking system, super friendly, highly knowledgeable and a quick fix to a problem with my bike that other shops hadn’t been able to solve. Highly recommended!
- Emily L
fettle Hyde Park Crew.
Just your friendly Connaught Village mechanics over here giving you a wave! Do pop in to say hello.
How to find us.
Fettle Hyde Park is next to Le Pain Quotidien in the quaint Connaught Village, just 2 minutes from Marble Arch. We're opposite the Duke of Kendal. Look out for a our bright yellow and navy exterior.
After building up a reputation as a mechanic in South-West London, Lee was invited to work for the DHB Canyon racing team, later becoming the head mechanic.
He travelled all over Europe working on high-end bikes everyday. He remembers it as a crazy time, being the guy you actually see on TV fixing a bike in the race!
Kit is a senior mechanic in our Hyde Park workshop. After realising on a pub ride he could hit 20mph with his own two legs, he was in love!
He got his first bike, joined a local club and raked in the miles. The itch to fix followed soon after, working at his local bike shop and getting paid in parts, before getting qualified and running a shop in Sydney, Australia.
Hayley joined the fettle team last year, after spending two years cycling her merry way to Australia. And yes, she really is as cool as she sounds. Leaving in 2017, Hayley headed overland across Europe, the Stans and China, before flying to Australia to work and cycle her way around.
When she's not pedalling across continents you'll find Hayley racing for the Velociposse team in London.