We’ve got a really busy workshop that services and repairs all types of bikes.
As dedicated mountain bikers, we started doing suspension servicing on Fox and Rock Shox forks and shocks three years ago. Regular servicing of your suspension means that your equipment performs better and stays in good condition for longer.
Our mechanics have all attended Specialized Bicycle Components University’s ‘Technical Masters Course’ which has given us a greater understanding of what it means to run a professional workshop that turns out great work on a consistent basis.
All of our staff ride road bikes as well, so don’t just think that we only like to look after mountain bikes. We’ve got a healthy respect for the asphalt, and we’ll always take great care of the roadies.
Services range from a simple Tune-up, to a General Service, and the the Full Services. In particular, we pride ourselves on the Full Services that we offer. They’re principally aimed at road and mountain bikes that see a lot of use through regular training and racing. We strip the wheels and drive train from the bike in order to clean it thoroughly. We use high quality bike cleaner from Finish Line that leaves the frame looking spotless. The next step is to degrease the drive train. Whilst that is drying, the wheels get checked over and cleaned. Then the bike gets reassembled with new cables and any other new parts that are required. Of course, the service isn’t completed until the bike is test ridden and given the final tick of approval. Regular servicing prevents prematurely worn out parts, and makes bikes run smoothly and silently.
Bicycles are pretty complicated machines. We love for fellow riders to do their own work on their bikes. So we’re always happy to offer advice, or if worst comes to worst, we can do the work for you. Check below for the kind of stuff we can do in the workshop and how much it’ll cost you. This is by no means a complete list. If you’ve got a particular problem that you need solved, give us a call on (08) 9387 3708, or flick us an email firstname.lastname@example.org with your question. Bookings are essential for servicing.