It's my honest and brief opinion of it. Sorry but it didn't draw me in, the first thing I see is a large red message saying how busy you are.
Trying to find out about your services and prices was too hard.
There are too many fonts battling with each other, pick one, and make that your brand image. Maintain it throughout so visitors get used to the same layout and view on each page.
Give people an incentive to visit, added value content like links to vimeo, you tube or other sources of cycling related material that people will get used to accessing through your site. They may then come back. Maybe a Q&A ask the mechanic page?
The graphics look too amateurish (if that's a word) for a pro website in my opinion. Too many of them going on.
Do you have limits on your free pick up and return? If so, make them clear or I'll expect you to come to Scotland to pick my bike up for a £10 tune up.
All summed up that equals "gash" in my opinion. It could be an interpretation thing. Another word would be, cheap.
Thanks for your opinion on my blog, it's not meant to be anything other than a blog, I'm not trying to make a living out of it so I don't really give a damn about customer feedback on it. The difference is that you should.
I'd also suggest making your social media presence broader, do you have twitter? If so, make yourself popular with some well followed local riders and get them to promote you, people will trust "pro" opinion more than your own. Get known to your local clubs if you're not already. Turn up at a local event and offer free spannering to competitors, take pics and plaster them on your site.
Is that more helpful? Sorry if my first response was too brief. It was honest though.