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Botley MTB CLanfield bike shop Outpost

open weekends 10am to 5pm

Botley MTB Clanfield is an outpost of our bike shop carrying essential spares, plus various parts and accesories. It’s the closest bike shop to QECP visitor centre, so if your bike goes wrong on the trails you can stop by and try to fix it, instead of having to pack up and head for home! It takes around 6 minutes to drive from the BMTB Outpost to QECP main car park.

We don’t have a mechanic on site, however if you’re a competent home mechanic we have a self service workstand and lots of tools available for you to use. Please note, we do not accept any liability for injury or damage to your bike which occurs whilst using our equipment, or which may occur afterwards.

Parking is available on site during opening hours. Upon your return you can jet wash your bike so you don’t have to put a dirty bike in your car or worry about it when you get home!

The Clanfield outpost also serves as a weekend drop off and collection point for our main workshop in Botley. If you can’t make it to our shop, you can leave your bike here we’ll return it back once the required work has been completed.

The BMTB Outpost is based at South Coast Auto Detailing, so you can even have your car professionally valeted whilst you’re riding your mountain bike at QECP! Parking and bike wash are free with every car clean!


Orange Crush Mountain Bike at Clanfield QECP Bike Shop
Bicycle Tools at Clanfield Bike Shop

Clanfield workshop pricing

Self service workshop time: £10 per hour
Car parking: £5 per day (opening hours only)
Self service bike wash: £5
Parking and bike wash are free with
every car clean. Prices start from £40 for a full car valet inside and outside. Vans and large vehicles may cost slightly more.
Instagram: @southcoastautodetailing

how to find us

Closest post code PO8 0RN (not exact, follow map below!)

Access is strictly via the yard entrance on North Lane.
Go up the road at the right hand side of The Rising Sun pub, as if you’re driving up to Butser Hill. The entrance will be on your right hand side, through the donkey paddocks (opposite the big flint house). Park in the yard on your right hand side.