NipNip has arrived at Canary Wharf and cannot wait to get wharfer’s bikes running like a dream!
NipNip is London’s most popular bicycle servicing and repairs operator. Since 2013, year on year, they have built a huge base of customers that continue to use their services.
Priding themselves on being the market leader, focusing on quality and customer service using experienced staff and the latest technology. Their aim is to help London become the most cycle friendly capital in the world.
The new workshop, based at Westferry Circus, offers same day servicing and repairs and if a bike has to come out of action for larger repairs, they offer their ‘Famous Blue Bike’ as a free courtesy replacement – pedal your heart out!
Director Matthew Farr said “We have had a very successful seven years and have built a loyal customer base that continue to use our service, we want to bring quality, value for money with a bit of fun to London Cyclists. Our loyalty scheme has proven to be huge success and having our cyclists ‘bike maintenance’ history all within the same platform allows us to really strengthen our relationship with our customers.
We know that Canary Wharf has a massive cycling community, and we look forward to meeting them and giving them the smoothest ride possible!”
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