We have a professional, comprehensive workshop capable of doing everything from a quick tune-up to suspension servicing and custom builds. The boys have years of experience and are avid cyclists who care about your bike as much as you do.
|Comp Service||Expert Service||Pro Service|
|Frame wiped down||Frame wiped down||Frame stripped down and washed|
|Check and adjust brakes||Check and adjust brakes||Check and adjust brakes|
|Check and adjust headset||Check and adjust headset||Check and adjust headset|
|Align derailleur hanger||Align derailleur hanger||Align derailleur hanger|
|Adjust and tune gears||Adjust and tune gears||Adjust and tune gears|
|Inspect cables and housings for damage/wear||Inspect cables and housings for damage/wear||Replace cables and housings|
|Check and torque all fastenings||Check and torque all fastenings||Check and torque all fastenings|
|Test ride||Clean drivetrain in chemical bath||Clean drivetrain in chemical bath|
|True wheels and adjust hubs||True wheels and adjust hubs|
|Remove, clean and regrease bottom bracket||Service or replace bottom bracket|
|Test ride||Service or replace headset|
|Wash all components|
|From $80*||From $160*||From $299*|
These are add-on services for full-suspension bikes and bikes with dropper posts. These should generally be done once a year and are easily added on top of our Comp, Expert and Pro Services.
Bikes with a nice air fork will periodically need service. For most people, we recommend an annual fork service.. For people who ride heaps or in harsh dusty or muddy conditions, you'll want to service it more often to prevent premature wear or even damage to the fork.
A fork's performance will slowly degrade overtime as the oil and grease gets dirty. The service is completely worth it and will make the fork ride like new again. We can service pretty much any Fox or Rockshox forks inhouse.
Full-suspension bikes will also need a rear shock service. Similar to forks, we recommend at least an annual shock service to keep them running smoothly. This service includes disassembly, cleaning, new grease and oil and a replacement dust wiper. Servicing your shock regularly will keep it smooth and trouble free in the long run.
Some Specialized bikes (mostly the Epic) come with proprietary technology called the Brain. These need to be serviced by a Specialized expert at 50 hours from new and every 150 hours from there on. For most riders, this is an annual service but it depends on how often you ride.
This service includes replacing dust seals, cleaning and replacing the oil and recharging the negative chamber. If your bike has a Brain, the suspension body requires servicing every 30 hours of riding.
Command Post Service
Just like shocks, dropper posts need service to keep them smooth and trouble-free. The Specialized Command Post should be serviced once a year, sometimes more if ridden heaps or in harsher conditions. If your post is having trouble extending or just not as smooth as it once was, it probably needs a service.
$90 (includes labour and parts)
We have two outstanding mechanics with years of experience and a real passion for biking. With heaps of road and mountain knowledge between them, they're all up-to-date with modern bike tech and regularly attend programs like SRAM Technical University and Specialized's SBCU.
Aaron is the real deal bike mechanic. With a wealth of knowledge acquired over the years and an inquisitive mind, he always has time for you. Aaron rides a Specialized Sequoia, homemade SS cyclocross bike and a S-Works Tarmac.
August loves bikes. Always friendly and outgoing, he displays a charisma that you don't often see in bike mechanics. He's always there to help. His background is dirtjumping and he currently rides a Specialized P3 and a Specialized Demo.
*Prices quoted are for labour content only. Parts are additional.