Our shop is situated in the charming Surrey Village of Chobham (equidistant between Woking and Sunningdale) at:
84 High Street
Telephone: 0800 756 1284 (UK free phone) and 01276 856779 (best for mobiles and international / non UK callers)
Brilliant Bikes Opening Hours
|Thursday (out riding at 17:30 prompt!)||9:30am||-||5:30pm|
Sunday and Bank Holidays
"Life is not a spectator sport!" These days we ride not work!
* Early / Late pickup of bikes is available on request (subject to staff availability)
** During Christmas and New Year we will be posting Internet orders
Chobham has a free car park, and handily enough it's right next door to our shop. Be aware that it has a height restriction - so don't enter if you have bikes on the roof.
Parking is free all day at the weekends and for 2 hours on weekdays. On weekdays you do need to get a ticket by just pressing the green button on the pay and display machine.
The number 28 bus runs from Guildford to Woking to Chobham Monday to Saturday (not Sundays), and we have a bus stop directly opposite (when coming from Woking) or right outside (when going to Woking) - we mean right outside too! When it's raining our shop sometimes transforms into a bus shelter.
The no 28 bus connects with Woking and Guildford train station where trains run regularly to London (Waterloo and Clapham Junction), Guildford, Portsmouth and the West Country.
We keep more or less the complete range that you see in our online shop - a complete selection of Brompton and Intense spares and accessories of course and complete bikes from Brompton, Pashley, Marin, Intense and Frog.
We have demo and courtesy Bromptons if you want to try / keep riding while yours is serviced and Intense demo bikes (Marin demo bikes can be arranged with a week or twos notice.
We also have a fully equiped workshop where we try and turn your bike (any type / make / colour) around as soon as possible so you can get back riding.
Chobham is an old village - we have St Lawrence church - dating back to approx 1080 in the centre of the village.
As normal - right next to, and right opposite the church are pubs - the White Hart and The Sun Inn where you can grab tea, coffee or a bite to eat (how unique - a pub that does food!)
If you are looking for a coffee shop / informal restaurant - Pasha at the other end of the high street from us caters for all tastes, invluding vegeterian, gluten free and is very bicycle (and rider) friendly