Our Work De'ils On Wheels bike workshop VIEW OUR BIKES FOR SALE De’ils On Wheels is our community bike workshop based in Scotstounhill. Services We are a Revolve accredited re-use organisation and we provide the following range of services: Bike sales – we sell quality reused bikes at affordable prices – and all our bikes come with a 30 day sales promise! Bike servicing and repairs Dr Bike checks Parts, spares and accessories – we have a range of parts, spares and accessories – both new and reused – all at affordable prices Bike donations – if you have an unwanted bike then please consider donating them to us and we also offer volunteering and training opportunities through our Community Green Team! Customer Information We are located at: Ground Floor, 40 Kingsway Court, Scotstoun, G14 9SU (see map below) You can contact us on: m: 07515 879747 or t: 0141 433 0427 (main office) e: [email protected] Facebook www.facebook.com/deilsonwheels Twitter www.twitter.com/deilsonwheels We are currently open on: Wednesday from 11am to 5pm and Thursday from 1pm to 7pm You can also contact us for an appointment outwith these times and we will post on our Facebook page other times we might be open too! Or just pop along and visit us – everyone’s welcome and we’d love to see you. “Securing a bike for a growing child at an affordable price, as next year he will have grown out of it, I can get a bike that is safe and I return the last one for re use by somebody else” De'ils On Wheels customer We were a finalist in the RBS Finding Scotland's Real Heroes awards - check out this short video featuring one of our volunteers. About the name De’ils On Wheels – so called in the spirit of Kirkpatrick MacMillan, the Scots inventor of the pedal bicycle. In 1842 the blacksmith rode his machine 70 miles from Dumfries into Glasgow, where people flocked to see the arrival of the “De’il on Wheels”. Unfortunately this led to him crashing into a small girl, and he was fined 5d as a result. However, the judge was so impressed by Kirkpatrick’s invention, he returned the fine. Kirkpatrick rode home, never exploiting his invention, not thinking of patents or money making, and quite unconcerned with the fuss he’d caused!