Joe's Average to Not-So-Average Service Packages:

*All prices subject to change for additional parts, labor, and installation (if necessary)

How's it all go down?


We check our service email everyday and will do our best to contact you within 24 hours of receiving your service request. You can also bring your bike into the shop during business hours and be greeted with a big smile and a furry friend (or two).

Once we receive your bike, we perform a thorough no-cost assessment of your bike's service needs. Then, we'll provide you with a cost estimate for things that we recommend being done and things you'd like to have done. With that information, we'll talk through the options and decide what works best for you. Lastly, once you give us the green light, your bike goes into the service queue and one of our awesome technicians will work their magic! Pretty simple, right?


Other common services + pricing:

Install Tire/Tube – $9 (per wheel)
Bleed Disc Brake – $35
True Wheel – $20-$30
Adjust Brake – $15 each
Adjust Derailleur – $20 each
Install Chain – $10
Install Disc Brake Pads – $12
Adjust Headset – $5-$10
Box Bike for Shipping – $65
Assemble New Bike – $75
Re-assemble Shipped Bike – $45
Install Rear Derailleur – $35 + parts

We are a full service repair shop with experienced, skilled technicians.  Come in or call for pricing on other services.



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