Founded with a love for bikes and cycling
We want you to be Happy with your bike so you are Happy when you ride! We ride, we have decades of product and mechanical knowledge, and our bike servicing philosophy is to service every bike as if it were our own.
Where are we located?
Our address is Shop 2, 356 George Street (corner of Allen Street) Waterloo.
Our shop is located on the corner of George and Allen Street Waterloo, and our entrance is on the Allen Street side.
Where’s the best place to park?
The best place to park is Allen St, between the George St and Elizabeth St intersections (Map here). Key in “Corner of Allen St and Elizabeth St” into your GPS.
We are 5 minutes walk down Botany Road from Green Square station.
History of Happy Wheels
Happy Wheels had its beginnings as a service-only business run from home. In 2010 we opened our bike servicing business in a small space located in Kingsford. After quickly growing out of Kingsford, we re-located to Kensington and from there we had a bit more room to offer a greater range of parts and accessories, wheels, wheel hire, Focus Bikes, and finally Cervelo and Look Bikes. It wasn’t long before we grew out of Kensington and so now you can find us at Waterloo , with Moots, Bianchi, Avanti, Malvern Star and BYK added to our range. Happy Wheels also stocks a range of kids through the freestyle scooters, decks and parts.
Drop in and you’ll be greeted by one of our friendly crew: Stew, Admo, Jeff, Benny, Aaron, Yaniv or Mireille. We have years of experience with bikes, servicing them, and helping customers find the right bike or accessory.
Stew (Computa) Campbell – Owner, Bike rider, Bike mechanic, Bike advisor
Those that know Stew (nicknamed “Computa”) know that Stew doesn’t stop talking about bikes or racing. Starting late in life at the age of 4, his knowledge and experience on all things bikes has been obtained as a bike mechanic and through years of A-grade road / track racing, age group world championship duathlon racing, and age group world championship triathlon racing. Stew puts thought into every component that goes on a bike and the placement of each bolt, cable guide, hanger, and decal. He has extensive knowledge and has been around long enough to know the workings of the older classics while keeping up with the latest developments in bicycle technology.