London’s largest motorcycle workshop

CHASBIKES has been in business for 31 years and our main purpose since 1984 has been to repair your motorcycle as quickly and efficiently as possible.

We have steadily developed a well earned reputation for both fair pricing, and being able to sort out issues that others generally can't. Our team of mechanics are well qualified and all enthusiastic bikers themselves.

We try to keep our prices down by using pattern or second-hand parts where appropriate. We also refrain from using any bonus schemes whereby staff are given incentives to use excess time or parts.

For any repairs that cannot be firmly quoted for in advance, the price is set on completion according to the time it ought to have reasonably taken. We also don't give discounts for cash.

In the event that any customer is dissatisfied, the proprietor is normally present or can otherwise be contacted immediately by phone.

What we do

We try our best to turn small jobs around immediately and often get bikes onto a bench straight from the recovery vehicle.

This applies to broken cables, punctures, and minor breakdowns (which often have a simple cause).

Extensive experience with crash repairs and theft damage and able to service a vast majority of models (please enquire if unsure).


MOT Specialists

We are the busiest motorcycle MOT station in London and test 7 days a week. Appointments are half hourly, starting 30 minutes after opening time. Please allow 30 minutes for each test. Our current fee is £29.65.


Tyres & Stock

  • We stock MOST size tyres for road and trial bikes, as well as customs.
  • We can order a particular tyre brand for next day delivery if necessary.
  • We have the widest range of chains, sprockets, brakes, batteries and cables in London by far.
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113 Kennington Road - London SE11 6SF (Corner of Brook Drive and Imperial War Museum)

London's most central motorcycle workshop next to the Imperial War Museum, a short walk to Lambeth North tube station (Bakerloo Line) not to far to Waterloo train station (Northen and Jubilee Lines)


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