Tune Up 1 - $79

Your bike is already in pretty good shape but needs a touch-up before a race or event.
Our experts will return it to you dialled for safe, reliable performance.

  • Check and tighten all bolts including crank
  • Adjust brake pads
  • Tighten brake cables
  • Adjust gears
  • Drive-train wear checked
  • Lubricate chain and cables
  • Check spokes and true minor buckles (wheel stays on bike)
  • Headset checked
  • Frame wiped down
  • Tyres inflated

Tune Up 2 - $169

Your bicycle has not seen a mechanic in the last 6-12 months. We will make sure it's running smoothly and ready to go the distance.
Worn components will be replaced if required. Your bike will be clean, adjusted and ready to go!

  • Tune Up 1 plus
  • Wheels removed and trued
  • Brake surface cleaned
  • Drive train degreased
  • Bike cleaned/washed
  • Brake pads de-glazed
  • Parts installed
  • Bottom bracket overhaul
  • Headset overhaul

Tune Up 3 - $330

Your bike needs some serious TLC. Your bike will be stripped bare, with every part cleaned, greased and re-installed.
Please book ahead as this service will take 6-8 hours.

  • Tune Up 1 plus
  • Bike stripped to bare frame
  • All parts degreased, cleaned and lubricated
  • Hubs re-greased
  • Headset re-greased
  • New Cables
  • Bottom Bracket overhauled
  • Road Bikes: Discount bar tape and free fitting
  • Mountain bikes: Brakes bled if necessary
  • Mountain Bikes: Rotos cleaned and straightened

Sizing and fitting

No matter what type of bike it is, making sure your new bike fits you perfectly is a high priority for us. For any type of bike, no matter how much use it gets, a bike that fits should be comfortable and enjoyable. A bike that is the wrong size will lead to discomfort and possible injury—it could ruin your cycling experience and may even turn you off cycling altogether!
The only way to avoid this is to buy your new bike from a reputable dealer who knows how to match people to the right size bike.

When buying a road bike from us, we take time to professionally fit the bike to you. This includes rider set up, making sure shoes and pedals are installed correctly, adjusting seat height, seat placement, stem length and height. These are all important factors in getting the right fit.

When purchasing a hybrid or mountain bike, the same principle is used but adjustments are less advanced to a road bike setup. Kids too need to have correct pedal height and bar reach adjustment.

Do we get it right first time? Most of the time yes, but sometimes a position setup can feel different once you have ridden the bike for some distance.

So do you continue riding an uncomfortable bike?

NO WAY!

Bring it back to us for another adjustment. It won’t cost you a thing—we just want you riding comfortable!