Outdoor Recreation’s bicycle shop offers bike rentals and a variety of bike services that include a safety inspection, basic and expert tuneups, and bike repair classes so you can make your own repairs.
Safety Inspection – Free!
- Check bike for safety
- Provide list of needed repairs
Standard Tune – $55
- Safety Inspection
- Brake alignment and adjustment
- Shifter and derailleur adjustment
- Lateral wheel truing
- Drive train inspected and lubricated
- Flat tire repair (if needed)
Custom Tune – Price varies based on requested work
- Safety inspection
- Standard tune
- Additional work as requested
Individual Shop Fees (parts not included)
- Brake adjustment, $8 per brake
- Brake bleed, $15 per brake
- Derailleur adjustment, $10 each
- Hub overhaul, $15 per hub
- Complete wheel true/tension, $15 per wheel
- New bike assembly, $65 (includes tune)
- Install brake cable/adjustment, $15 per brake
- Install derailleur cable/adjustment, $15 each
- Install chain, $5
- Install tire/tube, $5 per tire
- Install computer, $10
- Excessive dirt/grime
- Installation of new components
- Labor fees may be assessed based on work required
- Always wear a properly fitted helmet.
- Make sure you know how to operate all parts of the bike as well as the road rules related to cycling.
- Remember that cyclists have the same rights to the road as other vehicles, and are subject to the same signs, lights, and other traffic controls that would apply to a car or truck.
- At night, make sure to wear bright colors.
- Make sure your bike has front and rear reflectors and that your brakes are working correctly.
- Wear a reflective vest and use a headlamp and bell.
TIPS FOR GROUP RIDING
- Always wear a helmet.
- Always travel with the direction of traffic.
- When cars approach from the rear, get in single file.
- If you are in the front, call out your intentions (example, “Slowing,” “Stopping”), as well as any hazards you may see.
- If you need to stop, pull completely off any pavement.
- Keep a safe distance between you and other riders.
- Alert other cyclists when passing by calling, “On your left.”