Services

*All Service and Assembly options include optional pickup and/or delivery.

Assembly
I have assembled bicycles of every frame material and nearly every brand. Shimano, SRAM, and Campagnolo components receive proper care and adjustment according to their unique needs and requirements. Zipp, Mavic, Shimano, Bontrager, Rolf, Campagnolo, Fulcrum or even custom hand-built wheels will receive manufacturer-correct service. Read more...


Platinum Assembly: $135
Custom assembly from a bare frame requires extra time and attention. Assembly compound on all threaded surfaces; running all cables and cutting to proper length. Bicycle may also be set up to fitting dimensions when you provide the data. Includes pick up and delivery.
Gold Assembly: $60
When your bicycle arrives partially assembled in a box - whether new from a web retailer or after being shipped home from your trip abroad - this service will do the trick and get you rolling quickly and smoothly. Includes pick up and delivery.

Repairs & Overhauls

I focus on high end, custom and elite bicycles. I repair all makes and models of bicycles and offer free diagnostic estimates but may recommend another service option if I feel you'll be better served elsewhere. I work by appointment only and all my prices include pick up and delivery, which allows me to work on your schedule and can reduce time without your bike. Simply call or e-mail to make arrangements.

Platinum Overhaul $170

The "full-meal deal". The entire bike is striped of parts down to the frame, components are ultrasonically cleaned, lubed and reassembled. Great once-a-year service to keep your bike running like new.
  • Remove all parts from the frame and fork. 
  • Clean rims, spokes, hubs, brake calipers, drive train, and frame. Polish frame and fork. Disassemble parts where appropriate. Lubricate, grease, and re-assemble. 
  • Lube all serviceable pivot points, cables, and threaded connections. Trim all cables and housings where appropriate. 
  • Adjust lateral, radial, centering, tension balance in front and rear wheels. 
  • Adjust serviceable front and rear hubs, headset, bottom bracket, pedals, brake pads (center and balance clearance), shift levers, front and rear derailleurs. 
  • Secure/tighten all fasteners for components and accessories. 
  • Includes installation of any new parts.

Gold Major Tune Up $90

Recommended seasonally if the bike has been ridden frequently, especially in wet weather. Consider new cables, housing or drive train elements with this package as there is no charge for installation. 
  • Remove and ultrasonically clean chain, cassette/freewheel. Chainrings, and derailleurs degreased and wiped clean. 
  • Clean wheel rims, spokes, hubs, brake calipers, and frame. 
  • Lube all serviceable pivot points, cables, and threaded connections. Trim all cables and housings where appropriate. 
  • True front and rear wheels laterally, so brakes can be properly adjusted. 
  • Adjust serviceable front and rear hubs, headset, bottom bracket, pedals, brake pads (center and balance clearance), shift levers, front and rear derailleurs. 
  • Secure/tighten all fasteners for components and accessories. 
  • No additional labor charges for cables, housing, chain and cassette replacement.

Silver Tune Up $65

Great value if your bike has little use over the past few years and just needs a 'freshening up' to get it ready for in season riding. 
  • Adjust front and rear wheel hubs, headset, bottom bracket, brake pads (center and balance clearance), shift levers, front and rear derailleurs. 
  • Secure/tighten brake/shift levers, brake calipers, handlebars, stem, seatpost, seat, crankarms, chainrings, pedals, and accessories. 
  • Lube brake/shift levers, brake/shift cables and derailleurs. Trim brake and shift cables, secure with cable ends. 
  • True front and rear wheels laterally, so brakes can be properly adjusted.  
  • Wipe down frame and parts.

Tandem Orientation

Riding a tandem is another great way to share the sport of cycling - whether with your significant other; a cycling buddy: or someone who may just want to enjoy the ride. However, there is quite a learning curve and many teams give up shortly after embarking on this journey that starts difficult but holds many rewards if you stick with it.

My wife and I have many tandem miles under our belts - including one of our favorite rides that we shared with 25,000 other riders: the Five Boro Bike Tour in New York City. Additionally, I have taught almost 100 tandem teams to ride successfully and enjoyably by sharing my handling, communication, and uncommon-sense tips. My Tandem Orientation almost guarantee's success!

Tandem Orientation $150 (supply your own tandem)
  • Meet at my location or I travel to you - within reason (IRS mileage rate may be assessed over 50 miles one way)  
  • Perfect for beginning teams or riders getting back on the tandem after a break.
  • Up to two hours of on- and off-the-bike instruction, coaching, and Q & A 
  • Learn handling, communication, and basic riding techniques to make tandem riding more successful and enjoyable. 
  • I coach the captain (front) and stoker (back) separately and ride with them until they are comfortable and confident in their respective jobs. 
  • Maximize your value and combine with a tandem fitting for a package discount - I adjust both riders' station to allow for proper positioning, comfort, and efficiency on the bike!

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