Bike Services

We love bikes and we really love to make them work well! Our in-house bike repair shop offers a full range of services including everything from simple flat fixes to Full Tune-Ups for riders who demand the most from their bikes. Don’t see your need listed below? Don’t worry, we can help you with nearly any bike related adjustment or repair. Bring in your bike and we’ll take a look!

We offer complete services for both front and rear suspensions, ranging from basic oil, seal and wiper changes performed in house and back to you within the same day, to full factory overhauls that need to get sent out. We use Suspension Experts/FOX Racing Shocks for that. Ever wondered what the Pros recommend for your suspension units on your Mountain bike? Here is what SRAM/Rockshox recommend. Servicing your suspension on a regular basis will get you the plush, responsive feeling back, that you felt when the bike was brand new. It can also help prevent more damage that eventually would mean new parts or even a new fork/shock. Key is to stay on top of it, just like you tune up your bike.

This is the ultimate treat for your hard-working Mountain steed! We will do a complete tune up, including both front and rear suspension services, oil and seal changes (parts included in price), headset and bottom bracket service, fresh shift cable(s) (parts included), a full pivot service (remove, clean and rebuild all suspension bolts and torque them to spec! (Additional parts that are needed are extra)


Another very important thing about your bike is a good FIT: it will make for a better, longer, more comfortable ride. Here is what we offer to make this happen for you.

– Minor adjustments (on bike): roll handlebars, rise/lower stem, adjust seat position are FREE with bike purchased from us

– Basic Fit: $30 includes swapping stem/saddle out and the ability to demo ride them for up to 7 days.

– Beyond Basic Fit: rate $30/ 1/2 hour

We will gladly box your bicycle to ship for $50. We offer all UPS shipping options. Shipping costs will be determined once the bicycle is boxed.

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