Custom Build


Build your dream bike here at Dave Rayner cycle sport! Along with all the components you need, it has never been easier to build your perfect custom ride. Make a statement, reflect your personality or build the perfect commuter – with the help of our experienced/qualified staff we’ll have you riding into the sunset with a smile on your face in no time!


Our bikes can be pre-built by our professional mechanics and are available to ride straight out of the shop. Built from our most popular options and offered at a discounted price. Pop in to the shop to see our current selection.


We are always on hand to assist you through the exciting process of building your perfect bike! Choose a frame. Select the components and colours, and we’ll do the rest! Building/labour is free when buying all the components from us. We pride ourselves on getting you on the road quickly, most builds take up to a week but this can vary based on specific requirements –We will estimate what the cost will be Adapt this to your needs.

Sally Hurst Former GB Cyclist

“I bought my first ever road bike from Dave Rayner’s and have been going back there ever since. As a local bike shop, they offer the expertise and service that the big chain stores just can’t compete with.

As an above-knee amputee, cycling can be challenging but the team at Rayner’s have always found the right solution to my technical problems: whether that was finding the right pedals to keep my prosthetic limb clipped in; or fitting a new cassette to enable me to climb the steepest hills.

As my cycling progressed, and I started competing for the GB Paralympic development squad, Rayner’s had my back every step of the way. They adapted my bike with a socket support so I could comply with the UCI rules – and ride with one leg. And they even stayed open late the night before I flew out to South Africa for the Road World Cup – to finish building me a bespoke TT bike with deep-rim wheels.

Now I’ve retired from racing, I still go to Rayner’s for my bike servicing and supplies – usually accompanied by a cuppa and a chat about plans for cycling adventures that still lie ahead.”