NEW LABOR RATES EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2021
We take great pride in being a full-service bike repair shop. We offer tune-ups and adjustments for all makes and models of bikes, with the exception of department store bikes. We reserve the right to refuse working on said bikes due to their poor quality and lack of ability to hold most adjustments made on them.
That said, our services include but are not limited to the following.
Tune-ups and more in-depth repairs are done on a first-come first-served basis and we schedule the bike to be worked on the next available day. We offer the ability to hold a spot for your tune up without leaving the bike with us. If you choose this option, we ask that you bring the bike by so one of our service writers can fully assess and diagnose the bike. At this point we take a $20 non-refundable deposit (which goes towards the overall cost of the tune up) and ask that you bring the bike back to us the evening prior to your scheduled date.
Tune-up Package: $100
This service includes making sure the tires are aired up according to the recommended pressure, adjusting the brakes, making sure the wheels are true, making sure all nuts and bolts are tightened to spec, making sure the shifting is smooth and operating correctly, clean and lube the drivetrain, giving the bike a light cleaning.
Tune-up Plus Package: $150
This service includes the standard Tune-up as well as, removing the drivetrain for cleaning, cleaning the bike, and waives the basic drivetrain parts install fees, additional labor is discounted.
Tri Bike Tune-up: $175
Tri Bike Tune-up includes the Tune-up PLUS package as well as thoroughly cleaning and polishing a Triathlon bike, refreshing tubeless sealant (materials/sealant extra), and includes the labor to replace internally routed cables.
When dropping off the bike one of our service writers will go over the bike with you and make recommendations as to what should be done, which may increase the cost of any tune-up regardless of what level of tune-up has been discussed.
1. Tap and face the bottom bracket, English and Italian thread. This is important for newer external bearing bottom brackets.
2. Ream and face the head tube, 1",1 1/8", and Cane Creek integrated (sorry we can't do Campy integrated spec). Imperative for smooth headset operation.
3. Machine fork crown race, 1" and 1 1/8". Imperative for proper seating on crown race and smooth operation of a headset.
4. Fork tip alignment. We use this service in the event you have problems installing the front wheel or have damaged the fork tips in an accident.
5. Derailleur hanger alignment. Important for proper shifting.
6. Seat tube reaming, 25.4mm to 31.8mm. Important with carbon seat posts to prevent damage from burrs or out of round seat tubes.
7. Thread 1" steerer tubes. For the old school when restoring older 1" threaded forks.
8. Spoke threading, we use a Phil Wood spoke rolling machine to cut and thread 14 gauges spoke to any length. The Phil Wood machine will roll threads on the butted part of double butted 14/15 gauge spokes.
9. Replace or tighten Rivnut inserts for water bottle cages. This is a common complaint with aluminum bikes, the threaded insert loosens preventing the cage from being properly tightened.
10. Tap or chase threads for rack mounts, pedals 1/2" and 9/16", water bottle bosses, derailleur hanger, and other threads on bicycles.
11.Machining disc brake mounts with the Gan-o-matic tool. Imperative for squeak free disc brake operation.
12. Professional wheel building and repair, we stock a number of wheel system spokes to fix wheels from Campy, Mavic, Velomax/Easton, Bontrager/Rolf and others.
13. Thread repair for stripped threads using a Helicoil repair kit for 5mm, 6mm, and 10mm threads.
14. Campy Ergo Power shifter repair. Every part of Ergo Power shifters is replaceable, the usual repair is a replacement of the "G" springs, spring carrier and index ring bushing.
15. General bicycle service, tune ups, overhauls, wheel truing, puncture repairs, etc.