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Name: Daniel Slyfield

Job Title: Senior Sales, Bike fitter

Saddle Safari Employee Since: Full time since 2002, Part time since 1999


Trek Remedy 9 (MTB), Trek Domane SL6 (Road)  Federal Ty Morrow (BMX), Echo Pure 26’’ (Trials bike), Inspired Fourplay 24’’ (Street trials bike), Pashley 26mghz (trials bike), Flyer Custom build (Fixie), Old SchoolBike (MTB)

Lives: Marlow

Info: In-between other jobs Dan has worked at Saddle Safari since he did work experience whilst at school. He is a qualified Bike-Fitter and Cytech Level 1,2 & 3 mechanic, but has also taken over the Web/Online side if the shop. Dan is a passionate Trials and BMX rider and also teaches mechanical training for those wishing to learn more about their bikes. He has also travelled to every continent in the world (bar the poles!). Outside of the shop Dan also works as an international stage mechanic for Ride25 as they make their way around the world.

Interesting fact:  In 2010 Dan was chief mechanic on the gruelling 3005 mile Race Across America (RAAM) for the Sir Steve Redgrave Team. This event is commonly known as the toughest cycle race on the planet!dantrials





Name: Andy Rackstraw

Job Title: Shop Owner:

Saddle Safari Employee Since: 1993

Rides:  Ice trike recumbent

Lives: Marlow

Info: Andy started Saddle Safari in 1993 with a loan from the Prince’s Trust. He has published 3 cycle route books for off road, road & children. He has enjoyed creating a growing business and family with Wife Claire and their three children. Andy likes everything outdoors and also likes the odd rebellion beer!

More recently Andy was diagnosed with a neurological illness called NF2. Although he’s doesn’t spend as much time in the shop he is still very much involved with the day to day running of the business.

Interesting fact: Andy was once a holiday Rep in Spain & and has also been known to perform magic shows as his alter ego Marko Frondini!


Find us

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At the top of Marlow High Street take a right onto Spittal Street.

Once you reach the mini roundabout turn left onto Dean Street.

Our shop is just past the Zebra crossing, on the left hand side.


Cars: There is a pay and display carpark directly over the road from our shop, you can’t miss it!

Bikes: If you are cycling in then we have Bicycle Parking right outside our front door where you can keep an eye on your bike, simply bring a lock!

Get in Touch 

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Phone- 01628 477020