Bicycle Repair Services
What are your bike shop hours?
10am - 7pm | Monday - Saturday
10am - 5pm | Sundays (Mesa is closed on Sunday's)
Where are you located?
We have locations in Gilbert, Chandler, Ahwatukee and Mesa....in Arizona!
What is your phone number?
(480) 899-3625 | Chandler North Bike Shop
(480) 782-8342 | Chandler South Bike Shop - New Location and Remodel!
(480) 706-0858 | Ahwatukee Bike Shop
How long does it take to get a bike fixed?
We do all repairs on a first come first serve basis. However, most repairs are completed within 1-3 business days.
How much will it cost to get my bike fixed?
When you bring in your bike for service, we always start with a free, no-obligation estimate of the work that will be needed. One of our bike technicians will discuss the existing problems with you and will carefully explain what work should be done, always respecting your choices and your budget.
Can I make an appointment to drop off my bike?
Yes, you can schedule your appointment online. However, because of high demand due to Covid-19 we are temporarily suspending any online appointment bookings. Sorry for the inconvenience, this service will be back before too long. Thanks for your understanding!
Do I need to set an appointment to drop off my bike?
No, please feel free to wheel your bike in the front door anytime for service...walk-ins are very welcomed!
What type of bikes do you work on?
We do it all! From bikes that have not seen the light of day in 30 years to the latest pro level rides. Please do not hesitate to wheel in anything you've got, we'll be able to help! (Gas powered bikes excluded, sorry.)
Do you work on E-Bikes?
Yes, we work on electric bike brands that we sell and can acquire parts for. Currently we have relationships/experience with the following manufactures; Trek, Giant, Diamondback, Liv, Momentum, Pivot, Raleigh, Specialized, Gocycle, Bulls, Gazelle, Aventon, Haibike, Super73, iZip, Stromer, and Serfas.
I bought the "Service for Life" plan when I bought my bike, what's included with "SFL"?
Here's what our unlimited service for life policy includes:
- Brake inspection and adjustments
- Derailleur inspection and adjustments
- Headset and bottom bracket inspection and adjustments
- Wheel hub adjustments
- Frame wipe down
- Spot true wheels
- Tire inspection and inflation
- Chain inspection and lube
- Confirmation of completion with test ride
Non-mechanical benefits/expanded offerings for E-bike buyers:
- Free updates and diagnostics during the duration of 2 Years
- Outside the manufacturer's warranty we discount diagnostic and update labor by 50% with the purchase of our SFL plan.
What is a Basic Tune-up
A basic bicycle tune-up is a maintenance service that is performed on a bike to keep it running smoothly and efficiently. It typically includes a thorough inspection of the bike, cleaning and lubrication of certain parts, and minor adjustments to ensure that the bike is safe to ride. A basic tune-up is typically recommended once a year for regular riders and every few months for avid riders, or whenever the bike begins to feel sluggish or not shift properly.
The specific tasks included in a basic tune-up can vary depending on the bike shop or mechanic performing the service, but it generally includes the following:
- Inspection: The mechanic will inspect the bike to identify any issues or potential problems. This includes checking the frame and fork for cracks or damage, checking the wheels for trueness and wear on the rims and tires, and inspecting the brakes and drivetrain for wear and proper function.
- Cleaning: The bike will be thoroughly cleaned to remove dirt and grime that can build up over time and cause problems. This includes cleaning the frame, wheels, and drivetrain.
- Lubrication: The bike's moving parts will be lubricated to reduce friction and wear. This includes lubricating the chain, cables, and derailleurs.
- Adjustments: The mechanic will make minor adjustments to the bike to ensure that it is functioning properly. This may include adjusting the brakes and shifting, tightening bolts and other fasteners, and truing the wheels.
- Final check: The mechanic will take the bike for a test ride to ensure that everything is working properly and make any final adjustments as needed.
A basic tune-up does not typically include more extensive repairs or replacements, such as replacing worn-out parts or fixing major damage to the frame or fork. These types of repairs may require additional service or a more comprehensive tune-up.
In summary, a basic bicycle tune-up is a maintenance service that includes an inspection, cleaning, lubrication, and minor adjustments to keep a bike running smoothly and safely. It is an important part of bike maintenance and can help to extend the life of the bike and improve its performance.