Welcome to Planetary 14 Bikes.

Planetary 14 Bikes is a bicycle repair and service workshop owned and operated near Berwick-upon-Tweed in North Northumberland by Norman Gauld.

Norman has nearly 30 years cycle trade experience so knows a thing or two about bicycles especially what does and does not work.

If you just need a simple repair or a full blown rebuild, then P14B can help.


Short of time? Car not big enough to carry a bike?

To make life easier for you, P14B operates a pick up and drop off service. In return for a small charge to cover fuel, we will come to you to collect your bike and take it back to the workshop for the work to be done. Occasionally, some repairs and adjustments can be made immediately but that depends on the complexity of the job and whether or not the appropriate parts are on the van.

Call or text us on 07546 937700 to arrange a pick up at your convenience.

Sometimes we can’t answer straight away. If that’s the case, please leave a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can…


Finding hills a bit of a struggle? Want to explore further afield for the same effort?

P14B is also the authorised supplier and service agent for Wisper Electric Bikes covering North Northumberland and the Eastern Scottish Borders.

We usually hold a couple of demonstrators that we will bring for you to try at home. You’ll be amazed…


Bikes fitted with hub gears.

P14B assembles bikes fitted with Rohloff Speedhubs. Mighty fancy stuff. Not cheap, but excellent. Others do it too. But, owing to the way we do it, ours are generally more affordable than theirs…

Prices from £1,799 for a complete, new bike.

We have many years experience in servicing Speedhubs so oil changes, cable replacement, sprocket changes, rim replacement – not a problem. All done with genuine parts to Rohloff specification.


Traditional board games.

Our sister business is on a mission… to think up ways of getting people to sit around a table when it’s cold and wet outside, and then talk to each other and share a pizza.

The pizza is optional but having fun is compulsory