Fix Your Bike February

Fix Your Bike February
Published in Cycle Ontario | about 2 months ago

February is indisputably the best time of year to fix your bike!

Traditionally February is one of the slowest months of the year for bike shops. If you’re a hardcore, year-round commuter, chances are it’s about time to think about brake pads and check your chain for wear.

Every spring we get swamped with bikes coming in for tune-ups. The Spring of 2020 was overwhelming with not just our regular customers but also with new & returning riders. If you’re a sun-loving, climb-crushing, seasonal rider, it’s the best time to service your bike before the spring tune-up rush: not only will you beat the crowds — you’ll be ready to roll right out the door as soon as spring flowers start poking their little heads out of the ground.

Waterloo Bike Shop is ready to bring your bike back to it’s best with our #FixYourBikeFebrurayService. The Fix Your Bike February Service is designed to get your bike back to as close as possible to how it was when you bought it. This service is the perfect off-season package to get your bike ready for storage, prepped for trainer season or simply to give it the love it deserves after a long spring, summer and fall.

Fix Your Bike February

Fix Your Bike February

Fix Your Bike February Service - $99.99

  • Partial disassembly of bike
  • Lubricate headset (where applicable)
  • Lubricate crank axle (where applicable)
  • Lubricate kickstand (where applicable
  • Lubricate wheel bearings (where applicable)
  • Stand true wheels
  • Clean, adjust and lubricate rear derailleur
  • Clean, adjust and lubricate front derailleur
  • Clean and inspect chain for wear
  • Lubricate v-brake posts (Cantilever and v-brakes)
  • Check and adjust brake pads
  • Remove and lubricate seat-post
  • Check seat and adjust
  • Replace reflectors (as required)
  • Remove and clean cassette/freewheel
  • Check lighting system (if equipped)
  • Check computer (if equipped)
  • New cables and housing (as required)

Does not include the rebuild of shocks, forks or dropper posts or bleeding of disc brakes.

The bike will then be put back together and it will undergo a 15 Point Basic Tune-up.