Workshop - Electric Scooter Shop

Services we offer:


Tyre and Tube repair

From Xiaomi to Dualtron, we have you sorted.

We carry a wide range of tyres and tubes to get you back on the road.

Tube replacements starting at $70 or solid tyres starting at $124 installed, the choice is yours.


Battery capacity test

Our capacity test will tell you how your battery is preforming in mAH or AH.

Price is $79 and includes a print out of your results on a chart.

Same day results if before 12 P.M.


Brake Service

Our brake service will restore your brakes as they were out the box.

Price is $45 and is exclusive of new pads or rotors.


General Service

At $90, this is the best value service

General service includes:

Brake adjustment

Tightening of bolts

Air pressure check

Brands we service

Plus Much More...

We are often asked:

The answer is that you always replace, not repair, the tube. You need to match the replacement tube with the valve angle on your current tube or it may not seat in the wheel correctly. You will need a very sturdy set of tyre levers, and be careful not to pinch the inner tube while you lever the tyre back on

A quick-fix for scooter disc brakes can be to loosen the bolts mounting the brake bracket, squeeze the brake lever to grip the disc (which centres the brake), then re-tighten the mounting bolts before releasing the lever. The inner pad on a scooter brake is static, and to bring it out to the disc you need to access the back of it. The brakes come from the bike world where you can adjust through the spokes, however on a scooter you need to remove the whole mounting bracket and wind out the rear pad from the back of the backing plate, then re-mount it.

If you have cable-operated brakes the cables will stretch over time, especially when brand new. You can micro-adjust at the brake lever by winding out the thread and re-locking with the nut, or pull through a bit more cable at the caliper end after loosening the allen bolt that secures the cable, then re-tightening.

Changing a tire is much like changing a tube, except of course you remove the whole tyre from the rim. A bit of silicone sprayed on the wheel rim can help you slide the tyre over it. Make sure you fit the new tyre in the correct rolling direction (marked on the sidewall).

Tyre life varies a lot with riding style, and the performance level of the scooter. If you run a tyre-shredding power-monster scooter and leave a trail of rubber at every set of traffic lights, reckon on 500kms max. But we have seen a carefully-used tyres set run to 1500km.

This question is so important that we cover it individually with every electric scooter we sell. Correct pressures will make your e-scooter safer to ride, improve your mileage, and reduce the risk of punctures. And the opposites are also true! Most 10” tyres are designed to run at 45psi. Smaller tyres are sometimes (not always) set a bit higher. You WILL lose pressure over time, so check the pressures every 2 weeks minimum. We can guarantee that any electric scooter that comes for a puncture repair we will check it and find the other not-punctured tyre is soft and hasn’t been pumped for a good while!

All e-scooters run a controller unit that manages the electrical functions. These are a notorious weak point in many e-scooter designs, and any running issues usually come back to a problem with the controller unit. It isn’t a serviceable part, and if it has failed will require replacement. Sometimes, not always, you will receive an error code on the throttle display. This sort of issue will require a technician to examine your scooter.

An e-scooter is a moving piece of machinery, and as such vibration can begin to work components loose. Most electric scooters come with a multi-tool for home adjustments and tightening, and we encourage everyone to periodically check the tightness of the various nuts and bolts that assemble their scooter.

Contact us now to book your electric scooter in

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09 445 6969