Standard Tune-up

$99.99

  • Brake adjustment – front and rear
  • Derailleur adjustment – front and rear
  • Basic wipe down of frame
  • Tightening of all bearing assemblies
  • Lubrication of cables, chain, all pivot points
  • Tires inflated to the recommended max. psi
  • Derailleur hanger alignment
  • Minor truing of wheels
  • Safety Inspection and Test Ride

All additional labour 50% off
Parts Extra

Pro Tune-up

$149.99

  • Brake adjustment – front and rear
  • Derailleur adjustment – front and rear
  • Basic wipe down of frame
  • Tightening of all bearing assemblies
  • Lubrication of cables, chain, all pivot points
  • Tires inflated to the recommended max. psi
  • Derailleur hanger alignment
  • Safety Inspection and Test Ride
  • Regrease of bearing assemblies as needed
  • Software Update
  • Replacement of brake/shifter housing & cables
  • Minor truing of wheels (Including spoke installation)
  • Dielectric Grease of major connections
  • Update of Software

All additional labour 50% off
Parts Extra

Epic Tune-up

$249.99

  • Brake adjustment – front and rear
  • Derailleur adjustment – front and rear
  • Tightening of all bearing assemblies
  • Lubrication of cables, chain, all pivot points
  • Tires inflated to the recommended max. psi
  • Derailleur hanger alignment
  • Safety Inspection and Test Ride
  • Software Update
  • Replacement of brake/shifter housing & cables
  • Thorough Cleaning of Frame
  • Cleaning and regrease of bearing assemblies/ Installation
  • Removal and regreasing of Bottom Bracket/Installation
  • Comprehensive truing of wheels
  • Removal & Cleaning or Installation of drivetrain components
  • Dielectric Grease of major connections
  • Shrink tube of major connections

All additional labour included
Parts Extra

Service

à la carte

Bar Wrapping $25
Battery Lock/Wicket installation $50
Battery Test $50
Bearing Repack $50
Bike Boxing $75
Bottom Bracket installation  $50
Brake adjustment $25
Brake adjustment Inc. Bleed $50
Brake installation  $50
Chain installation  $25
Derailleur installation  $25
Destructive battery lock/Wicket removal and installation $50
Drive side crank installation and gear adjustment $50
Drive Train Clean and Full Bike Detail $75
Flat Repair (Motor Wheel) $50
Flat Repair (Non-Motor) $25
Flat Repair Scooter (Motor Wheel) $50
Flat Repair Scooter (Non-Motor Wheel) $50
Fork Installation (including moving brake) $100
Freewheel/Cassette installation $50
Gear Adjustment $25
Headset installation $100
Misc. Service (15 min increments) $25
Motor wheel build $150
Non-drive crank installation  $25
Part or accessory Installation $25
Stem installation $25
Wheel true $50

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Bike Maintenance Guide

Below is a list of items to check on your electric bike before riding it, especially  after a prolonged break:

1. Adjust your seat:
Tighten and adjust your seat to ensure you maintain a comfortable ride. A loose seat can be uncomfortable and cause the rider to lose balance while sitting, if they are not careful

2. Check tire pressure:
Bike tires lose pressure when they sit idle for a long duration or just in general after some time.  It’s always best to ensure your tires are filled to the manufacturers recommended pressure level, which can be found on the tire side wall.

3. Check spokes:
Check for loose/broken spokes by running your fingers over the spokes. Imagine a harp player who plays the instrument by gliding their fingers over the strings. Similarly, you do not need to grab the spokes but glide your fingers over the spokes and you will know if they are loose. If they are loose, bring them to us so that we can inspect and fix the spokes in question.

4. Brake Levers:
Pull brake levers to ensure they work with both sides of brake pads. The brakes should completely stop the bike, while the wheels are in motion. If you notice a loose brake cable it should be replaced immediately.

5. Brake Pads:
Brake pads are essential for safety and they must be checked every few months Brake pads should maintain their grip and not become loose. If they appear worn out, replace your brake pads.

6. Bike Chain:
If you notice the bike chain skipping when shifting or pedaling or chain not going through gears smoothly, bring the bike to our shop so that we can inspect and perform a tune up.

7. Apply Dry Lubricant
Apply dry lubricant to gears, the chain, and all moving parts of the bicycle to ensure everything is lubricated.

8. Thorough check

Make sure all other components of the bike such as; stem handle bar, headsets, front wheel skewer, rear motor axels, pedals, are inspected and are tight prior to riding.

This checklist should be part of every bike rider’s seasonal ritual to ensure they have a safe ride with their electric bike.