Bike Service & Repair
Your Bike Repair Experts
When you bring your bicycle to us for maintenance or repair, our friendly, professionally trained technicians will assess your bike's needs and provide you with a free, no-obligation estimate. Whether your bike is in need of a minor adjustment or a major overhaul, we promise that your ride is in good hands.
Professional Service Options
For the most comprehensive service and the best value, we recommend choosing one of our complete tune-up packages. We also offer a la carte bike repairs if you're in need of a minor fix or adjustment. We strive to complete your bike service quickly and accurately. Learn more about our packages and visit us today for your free estimate.
Many services are available on a walk up basis. You don't need an appointment for a flat fix or other minor services. Typical tune up turn around time during the year is 2-4 days, but during busy times can be closer to 10 days.
For full service tune ups and bike assemblies, we offer scheduled appointments. Pick an available slot using the link below.
We accept walk-ins and will fit bikes into our schedule, you do not need an appointment.
The Basic Tune
- Brake adjustments
- Shift adjust front & rear
- Chain lubrication
- Wheel true front & rear
- Hub adjust
- Bottom bracket adjust
- Frame wipe down
- Air up tires
- Worn parts advice
Standard Tune Up
- Basic Tune plus:
- Full bike wash & polish
- Cable/housing clean & lube
- Derailleur removal and cleaning
- Cassette removal and cleaning
- Crankset/pedal cleaning
- Headset bearing service
- Lever bleed as needed*
- (What's the difference between a lever bleed and a full brake bleed?)
- Standard Tune Up plus:
- Hydraulic brake bleed front/rear
- Installation of new cables/housing
- *Parts not included
Advanced Service Options
Full suspension bikes require regular service. Refer to the Fox and RockShox recommended service interval charts, or just ask us. We carry the parts, have the tools, and can perform the work. Add on these services as part of your annual maintenance.
Hydraulic brake fluid should be flushed each season, per manufacturers' guidelines. If your brakes feel mushy, spongy, too tight, or fade when in use, it's time for fresh fluid.
Custom wheels are a great way to dial in your ride with just the right qualities. We can help you select all the perfect components for a wheelset made just for you!
Drivetrain upgrades are popular too. Go 1x, or take it to 12. Let's make it happen!
On the Bike Repair
We recommend having a few products on hand while riding, either in your jersey pocket or in a seat bag. A spare tube, CO2 or frame pump, and some tire levers are all you need. A multi-tool is a great consideration too. Shop online and pickup your items for free on your next ride.