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We’re Hiring!

Here at Shand Cycles we’re extremely busy and are looking to expand the team. We do pretty much everything here in house from sales to fabrication to paint to final assembly, so can be flexible about the actual responsibilities the successful applicant will undertake.

We’re after someone to work full-time, with a view to a longer term commitment at Shand. We’re a growing company and we’d like to grow with our staff.

Our main focus will be on recruiting someone who will be able to help us within the manufacturing process (fabrication/welding/brazing/machining/painting/finishing) although consideration will be given to applicants who believe they have something else to offer.

Please send a short application along with a current CV by email to :

posted by steven - November 21st, 2016

BareBones 200 2016 report

Ian Barrington and Shand Stooshie

Ian took part in the BareBones 200 last weekend in his native Wales and although it’s primarily meant to be a MTB event, this was the second time he’s done it on his Stooshie. Read about his experience over on his Middle Ring All The Way blog.

posted by russell - October 17th, 2016

Price increases

We’re giving some advance notice that prices on our all bikes will go up on the 10th of August this year. We’ve held off on price increases for as long as we could but we just don’t have the option any more.

As a small company, our buying habits dictate that we’re always going to be a little more at risk of price fluctation of raw materials and components. 2 major things have contributed to this increase, the price of locally sourced parts and components and the drop in the value of sterling. Obviously these 2 issues are closely connected. Most of the suppliers we use who are based here in the UK but are buying materials in from outside the UK have increased their pricing quite substantially over the past 6 months. As an example, we’re seeing huge price hikes of up to 20% on some Shimano products. The second issue that affects us is that we buy a significant part of our stock from outside the UK and we pay for this in Euros or US Dollars. The value of sterling is currently very low against both these currencies, this has an immediate and direct affect on how much in real terms it costs us to buy tubes or hubs or dropouts etc.

Obviously any orders placed before the 10th of August will be secured at the pre-increase price no matter when the balance is paid or the bike is delivered.

posted by steven - August 4th, 2016

Transcontinental Race No4, 2016

Emily Chappell with Shand Stooshie ready for TCR No4

Can’t believe it’s 12 months since last year’s race and although I’ve not made it to the start for 2016, Emily Chappell has and she’s written some pre-race thoughts over on her blog.

We wish Emily all the very best of luck and you can follow her and the other riders live over on the Trackleaders TCR page. A fine distraction for the next couple of weeks for sure!

Emily was first woman to arrive in XXX after 3,980kms covering the route in 13 days, 10 hours and 28 minutes. Chapeau Emily – an amazing result!

Emily Chappell Shand Stooshie TCR No4 2016

posted by russell - July 28th, 2016

Bikepacking with BBC Countryfile

Shand Drove on BBC Countryfile

If you’re based in the UK, checkout the bikepacking feature on BBC Countryfile this weekend (BBC 1, Sunday 31 July) with Laurence McJannet, author of Bikepacking.

Laurence borrowed our Drove for the week and took to the Pembrokeshire coastline with presenter Sean Fletcher to explain the joys of off-road touring. You can also view the programme here on iPlayer Countryfile after broadcast.

posted by russell - July 28th, 2016

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