Missing Link Cycles

We are here at 58 Clyde Street, in Whangarei New Zealand. Catering for all your cycling needs. Owned and operated by Brent Love, I have been in the cycling industry since 1996. As an enthusiast, I trained at Barnetts Bicycle Institute, in Colorado USA, completing the Advanced Mechanical module. This Qualification started me on the path of mechanical inquiry, to further my interest in the efficient workings of the modern bicycle. Suspension, wheel building, disc brakes, carbon and steel, the workings of the bike intrigue my curiosity, to strive and offer the best service to every customer.

10 thoughts on “Missing Link Cycles

  1. Hi Doug,
    I haven’t received an email from you previously. Can you be more precise on what you are after?

  2. Missing Link Cycles is one of the best bike stores I’ve ever been to, not only is Brent extremely knowledgeable and helpful, but he is without a doubt the best bike mechanic I’ve ever met.
    There is a great vibe in store, that makes you just want to go and ride as soon as you walk out.

    Can’t rate the store high enough!


  3. Hi Brent.

    With regards to the speedo it seemed to work perfectly on my way home today so hopefully it has come right.

    James B

    1. Hi Jim,
      I am glad that we got it sorted for you, any other issues please don’t hesitate to contact us.

  4. There are too few bike shops left that are driven by a passionate Mtber and that person is still on the tools, advising and selling you the right bike to best suit you. Brent is one of those crazy people left that I have ridden with and known for quite a long time now. He will wear your ears off talking about trails and developments in cycling. Whangarei (my home town) is so lucky to have this independent bike shop. Thx Brent. Be back soon.

    1. Hi Shane, thanks for the kind words. Yes I rather enjoy riding the trails and anything really. Can’t wait to show you some new and improved riding when we see you.

  5. Hi,
    Do you folks do bike tune-ups and maintenance? Got a couple of pushbikes and a recumbent trike that haven’t been ridden in a while and need a service. If so, can you give ma an idea re: cost? May I bring them around?


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