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When is it time to service your bike's suspension?

Excessive oil leakage, grime build up, dry/cracked seals, bottoming out under pressure, and sticky or dragging feeling from your suspension can all be an indicator that its time to get your suspension serviced. Just like a vehicle, regular maintenance will keep you bike operating at it's peek performance and extend the life of your investment. The first step is to bring your bike down to one of our locations and have our experts give you a free estimate and diagnosis.


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Front Suspension

Most manufactures recommend having your front suspension (forks) serviced once a year or every 50 hrs (heavy use) - 125 hrs (average use) of trail time, again depending on manufactures recommendations. Doing so will give you the best intended performance and keeps them snappy and responsive.

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Rear Suspension

Similar to forks, rear suspension (shocks) also require regular maintenance to keep the back end of your full suspension bikes working properly. Also similar to forks, shocks should be serviced or inspected every 50-200 hours depending on level of abuse and manufacture recommendations.

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Seatpost/Dropper

Seatpost suspension (dropper) used to raise and lower the height of the riders saddle, has several different types (hydraulic, air, spring) and typically should be serviced when a problem arises or every 200-400 hours of use and also depending on manufacture recommendations.

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Basic Fork Tune - $100. (includes repalcement seals)

- Separate lower legs

- Remove/replace wipers and dust seals

- Inspect & replace parts as needed (air side only)

- Clean, grease and reassembly

- Air pressure inspection ans inflation according to manufacturer specs.

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Full Fork Rebuild - $175.

- Separate lower legs

- Remove/replace wipers and dust seals

- Remove/replace oil bath

- Disassemble air and damper sides, inspect & replace parts as needed

- Clean, grease and reassembly

- Air pressure inspection and inflation according to manufacturer specs

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Basic Rear Shock Tune - $60. (includes replacement seals)

- Air can service

- Disassembly, clean lube & inspection

- Remove/replace all dust wipers and air seals

- Reassembly & air pressure inspection and inflation according to manufacturer specs

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Full Rear Shock Rebuild - $175.

- Air can service

- Disassembly, clean lube & inspection

- Remove/replace all dust wipers and air seals

- Rebound assembly rebuild (may need to be sent out to manufacture if required)

- Reassembly & air pressure inspection and inflation according to manufacturer specs

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Seatpost/Dropper - $50-200. (depending on type)

- Disassembly and inspection

- Lubrication and cleaning

- Cable replacement and/or adjustment

- Hydraulic bleed (replacing fluid and removing air)

- Seal replacement if needed

- Pressure inspection and inflation according to manufacturer specs

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