Bike Maintenence and Repair
Your Bike is in Good Hands
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 mechanics will discuss the problem with you and will carefully explain what
work should be done, always respecting your choices and your budget.
In the event that a repair is going to be more expensive than estimated,
or if additional work is required, we will call to get authorization for the additional expense.
Walk-Ins are Welcome
Getting ready to ride and discovered a flat tire?
Hit a pot hole and your rim is out of true?
If we can fix it on the spot, we will. And if we need more time,
we'll let you know when to stop by to pick it up.
We do our repair work in the order in which it is received,
so the sooner a bike is checked in the sooner it will be repaired.
If you prefer the convenience of an appointment, we will discuss with you the appropriate
amount of time to plan for the service, letting you know how to plan your visit.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can you fix my bike?
Yes. Our service department works on all bicycles: road bikes, tri-bikes, mountain,
hybrids, kids, BMX, fixies, tandems, recumbent, folding and electric bikes.
Do you work on brands you don't carry?
Absolutely. We work on all sorts of bikes no matter where you bought it from.
Do you pack and ship bikes?
We pack bikes better than they are shipped from the factory, wrapped in foam pipe
insulation rather than the typical corrugated cardboard.
We can take care of shipping so that you don't have the hassle of picking up the huge box
from our shop and taking it to a shipping service.
We have a corporate account at FedEx for ground shipping and we will arrange
everything for you.
Cost for packing and shipping a bike is $60 labor and materials plus FedEx Ground
charges which are typically $50 to $80.
Do I Get a Free Tune-up?
Every new bicycle sold by Biketek includes unlimited free tune-ups and adjustments for
the first 6 months from the time of purchase.
All new bikes go through a normal break-in period, during which it's important to re-tighten
bolts, re-true the wheels and tighten stretching cables and other minor adjustments.
We encourage everyone to bring in your bike for at least two free tune-ups within the first
6 months from purchase.
Do you rent bicycles?
No , we do not. We recommend you contact the nice people at Golden Triangle Bike Rental