Bike Repair and Service


Full Bike Overhaul


Get that well-worn machine looking
and riding like a brand new bike


Bike is disassembled, cleaned & waxed
Headset, hubs and bottom bracket overhauled
Labor to change cables if needed (parts extra)
Complete tune-up and drivetrain cleaning
Labor to change handlebars tape/ grips (parts extra)

(Parts and Hydraulic Brake Service extra)

Deluxe Tune-Up $125    

Complete tune-up plus drivetrain clean

Adjust brakes front and rear
Adjust derailleur front and rear (lube pulleys)
True wheels front and rear
Adjust all bearings
Lube chain and cables
Clean cranks, chain, cassette and derailleurs

Additional cost may apply for 24-Hour Rush Service

Complete Tune-Up $85    

Get your bike finely tuned and lubricated

Adjust brakes front and rear
Adjust derailleur front and rear (lube pulleys)
True wheels front and rear
Adjust all bearings
Lube chain and cables
Light cleaning

Additional cost may apply for 24-Hour Rush Service

Safety Check

Great for bikes that are already in good
shape prepared for that weekend ride
Check bicycle for functionality/safety
Air tires, lube chain/pivot points, minor adjustments
Adjust barrel tweaks, touch-true wheels
Quick lube

A-La-Carte Bicycle Services
Install Tube and/or Tire (front or rear) $10
Adjust Derailleur, front $15
Adjust Derailleur, rear $20
Replace Derailleur cable front $23
Replace Derailleur cable rear $25
Adjust Brake cable (front or rear) $20
Replace Brake cable $22
Minor Wheel true $17
Standard Wheel true $25
Major Wheel true (includes spoke replacement) $30
Wheel Build, Custom $70-80
Package Bike for Shipping (includes standard box) $80
Install Chain $12
Install/Remove Cassette $7
Clean Drivetrain $50
Install Fenders $35
Install Fenders, Custom $60
Install or Remove pedals $6
Install Cleats (fitting not included) $12
Install Saddle $5
Lube / Supply / Environmental fee $5

Maintenance Tips

Proper bike up-keep will keep your bike
smiling and save you money

Before each ride:
Check for proper inflation. The recommended inflation for your tire can be found
on the side of the tires and is measured in PSI.
Brakes: Spin the wheels to check for rubbing and proper functioning. Check brake pads for excessive wear and rubbing.
Quick Release: Make sure that wheels are fastened firmly and do not wobble.
Gears: Make sure the gears shift smoothly and that the chain doesn’t jump off the gears.

At least quarterly


Keep your chain lubed and wiped completely clean
Make sure the rear derailleur’s “pulleys” and pivot points are lubricated properly
Lubricate brake pivot points regularly
Keep cables lubricated, especially after wet riding.
Wheels: Make sure hub bearings are well greased and smoothly adjusted.
Bearings: Have crank bearings (bottom bracket) and fork bearings (headset) checked periodically.
Fasteners: Check critical fasteners, such as nuts and bolts at least once per season, and after every service.

At least semi-annually

Inspect rims for cracks or damage
Inspect frame and fork for cracks or damage. Cleaning your bike is a great way to keep it looking new as well as finding problems before they get worse. Use a mild dish soap and brush to gently clean your frame and components. If you notice something that needs attention, we are more than happy to help!

We recommend getting your bicycle professionally serviced at least once per year. The trained eyes and hands of experienced mechanics are often able to detect areas of concern well before the onset of an unpleasant experience. You may only need a quick tune-up, but if you ride a lot, your bicycle may need more service. Check out our Service Menu for the different service packages we offer.