Professional People, Training & Tools!
We're Service Pros! Our service staff is professionally trained and certified to work on all bicycle makes and models, not just the ones we sell. And every member of our service team participates in training sessions with factory service techs several times each year. So, whether it’s a minor tune-up or a major overhaul, you can count on us to do the job right the first time, every time.
Estimates Are Always Free
When you bring in your bike for service, we always start with a free, no-obligation estimate of the work that's needed. One of our service pros will discuss your bicycle with you and carefully explain what we recommend, always respecting your choices and your budget.
Walk-ins Are Welcome
Getting ready for a ride and discovered that a tire's gone flat? Did you hit a pot hole and knock your rim out of true? Sometimes you can't plan when your bike needs attention. Why not bring it in? If we can fix it on the spot, we will. If your bike requires more attention we tell you how long it will take and give you a call when it is ready.
We recommend you have a "tune-up" done on your bike periodically.
Standard Tune Up: $84.00 Recommended yearly for the recreational rider. Includes- adjust brakes, adjust gears, tighten spokes, true wheels, adjust bearing tensions, spray lube all moving parts & lite cleaning.
Deluxe Tune Up: $119.00 Recommended yearly for someone who rides 500 plus miles a year. Includes- All of the above of a standard tune up plus remove and clean drive train (chain, freewheel, crank, front and rear derailleurs).
Over Haul: $139.00 November -February, $199.00 March - October Recommended yearly for someone who rides 1000 plus miles yearly or if you have not had any type of tune up in three years. We completely remove all parts, down to bare frame. Clean and lube all parts. Clean and polish frame. Repack hubs, headset, and bottom bracket bearings with grease. Lube all cables. Adjust brakes & gears, tighten spokes and true wheels.
Please call for pricing on individual jobs such as adjusting brakes, adjusting gears or truing wheels.