The layout of our workshop and operating procedures have now been modified to ensure that we can comply with the Government’s COVID-19 guidelines and we are now back in business!
However, if you wish to visit us, please phone first to book an appointment so that we can maintain social distancing at all times and ensure the safety of our customers and ourselves.
In addition, please remember to use the hand sanitiser provided in order to minimise the risk of transmission of the virus AND, from Friday 24 July, you are required to wear a face mask.
Welcome to the Wheelwise Engineering website.
From his workshop in the village of Cowfold in West Sussex, the owner, Steve Rolfe, builds and repairs spoked motorcycle wheels to the highest standards and to any specification.
With over forty years in the business and a wealth of experience, Steve is always up for a challenge.
So call him to discuss your specific requirements on:
+44 (0) 1403 864 533
or drop into his workshop for a chat:
The Smithy Workshop
The workshop is on the A272 in the middle of Cowfold, opposite the Playing Field. The normal opening hours are as follows:
Monday: 2:00pm to 5.00pm
Tuesday to Friday: 10:00am to 1:00pm; 2:00pm to 5.00pm
Saturday: mornings only, times will vary
If you are visiting us, please always ring beforehand – we would hate you to have had a wasted journey!
Please also note that our email account is used for outgoing traffic only so please always contact us by phone. (We aren’t able to read incoming emails and they will be lost in the ether!)
We were very saddened to learn of the passing of Pete Harber, also known as “Pete the Paint”. We had known him for many years as a colleague and friend. He was an extremely gifted and talented craftsman with a strong artistic flair, no more so than in the design of his Vincent V Twin powered BSA (an A10 being his frame of choice).
We built the wheels for his DiFazio Norton Commando, which was found in a very poor state in a barn in France.
The world will be a far less colourful place without Pete and he will be sorely missed.
The location of Wheelwise Engineering is shown on the map below.