January 19, 2017


We recommend the Standard tune-up on a yearly basis for most enthusiasts to keep your bike in top working order, this can also head off any excessive wear to drivetrain parts and wheels. Coupled with suspension service for your front fork and rear shock (if your bike is so equipped), proper maintenance can save you thousands of dollars over the life of your bike.

Standard Tune Up

Derailleur Adjustment

Brake Line & Pad Adjustment

Bearing Adjustment

Wheel True

Check and adjust tire pressure

Frame Inspections

Secure all nuts and bolts

Basic Cleaning


Deluxe Tune Up

Everything in the Standard Tune Up

Bottom bracket overhaul

Full drivetrain removal and cleaning


Supreme Tune Up

Everything in the Standard & Deluxe Tune Up

Brake bleeds if needed

Tubeless conversion or refill
(stem, tape, valves not included)

Spotless bike detailing



Other Possible Maintenance &
Service Items For Bike Owners

Suspension Service

Wheel Trues

Bearing Replacement

Cable & Housing

Brake Bleeds

Brake Pad Replacements

Basic shock service (oil and seals incl.)

Basic fork service (oil and seals incl.)

Bleed brake

Adjust brake

Tubeless tire install (incl. sealant)

Drive train

Tire Replacement