Custom Bikes


A Picarock bike is designed to be practical, but with a strong sense of timeless style and classic features. Our bikes are versatile because of the many configurations possible. For example, our frames can be built into a lightweight and simple single speed bike for urban riding, but maintain all the features required to upgrade to have gears, fatter tyres, mudguards and pannier racks in case you need to take it on a touring adventure! We like to try out new ideas, and are always creating interesting custom bikes such as vintage style path racers, or elegant ladies town. Take a look at our 'Custom Gallery' to see the sort of things we have made.


Each E-bike is built to order, one at a time, in our shop in Cleethorpes. Our aim is to keep as much of the production process in the UK as possible without the cost getting too high. We don’t want you waiting for your bike either, and the production time will between 2-5 weeks. We want to build an E-bike that will last you a lifetime. Something you can cherish for years to come. You can choose to have a custom build, where the bike will be made specially to suit your needs, choose one of our set 'model' designs or convert a regular bike to an Electric bike. Whatever you envision your bike to be, we will make it. When your bike is ready, you can pick the bike up from the shop, or we will arrange a courier to deliver it to you.


We have put a lot of thought and testing into the design of these frames as they are intended to be versatile, practical and elegant. They have all the mounts to attach mudguards and pannier racks.. Every small detail has been carefully considered, that is why the frames have all the necessary characteristics to be built into all sorts of configurations. It can be built into a singlespeed town bike, and light touring bike, or a path finding, mile eating machine.


The quality of the components is key to the longevity and performance of a bicycle. We have a selection of high quality parts that are used to make our bikes. We like to use simple and interesting parts and accessories that you don’t usually find on your average bike.