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Bike Service

expert Repair & Maintenance

We pride ourselves on our workmanship and treat every person and bike that comes into our shop the same. Be it your old Trek touring bike that oozes with nostalgia but hasn’t seen the light of day for a decade, or the latest and greatest in cutting edge racing technology, our professional service team has years of experience servicing bikes of all shapes and sizes, and certifications from Barnett Bicycle Institute to back up their expertise. We will look over your bike while you’re here in our shop, invite you into the service pit to explain to you what we find to be the issue, communicate that to you clearly, answer any of your questions, and you will leave with an estimate on both cost of the repair and a timeline on how long your bike will be off the road or trail. Our service menu is listed below. All prices are labor only, parts and accessories are not included. Visit us today for more information.

service menu

Basic tune

$80

Includes tune up of shifting and braking systems, bearing adjustments, installation of wear items (brake pads, chain, cassette, and tires), and a full safety check.

complete tune

$120

Includes everything in the basic tune plus a tune up for the wheels: truing, tension balancing, and re-dishing as needed.

Overhaul

$40-80 per component

Modern bicycles rarely need full overhauls. Instead, we inspect each bearing system separately and recommend overhauls only when bearings are worn out.  Charge varies based on complexity of the component being overhauled.

brake bleed

$40 per brake

We recommend this service at least every other year or when braking performance declines and levers start feeling squishy. Price includes fluid and small parts.

chain replacement

$20 plus parts

Replacing your chain when it begins to "stretch" saves a lot of money by prolonging the life of your cassette and chainrings. We're happy to measure chain wear any time at no charge and will let you know approximately how much life yours has left or you can purchase a chain checker and keep track of your chain wear at home.

flat fix

$10 plus parts

Depending on the type of puncture, we'll patch or replace your tube. Patching is cheaper and generates less waste while being just as durable as a new tube, but some punctures are too large to patch well.

tubeless setup

$30-40 plus parts

We use Whisky rim tape and the appropriate Orange Seal sealant for your riding conditions in our tubeless setups. We prefer to keep these overnight to make sure every tire holds air as well as a tube would.

tubeless refresh

$10 plus parts

Whether your bike is being ridden or sitting in the garage, sealant will dry out over time. We recommend refreshing your sealant with 1-2 oz of sealant every 6 months to ensure that your tubeless setup keeps performing well.